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Try just replacing one or two meals a week with meatless ones
Making the leap to a plant-based diet is a powerful lifestyle change, and many folks get overwhelmed at the thought before even giving a plant-based diet a go. I think the key is to do what you can and not be too hard on yourself, especially when you're first starting out. Try just replacing one or two meals a week with meatless ones, then work yourself up to one or two meatless days a week or a whole meatless week each month. As you discover the joys of cooking with fresh fruits and vegetables, eating vegan will gradually become easier than ever.
For anyone just starting out on the journey to a plant-based diet, I think having good recipes at hand is really crucial. One of the great points that one of the plant-based chefs in Planeat makes is that you really have to rethink your plate . The typical meat and potatoes fare doesn't translate to a healthy vegan diet, but that doesn't mean plant-based foods aren't filling and delicious! If you're not sure where to start, I encourage you to look for recipes online and check out some good vegan and vegetarian cookbooks. With the right tools, it's so much easier to change your diet for the good of the planet and for your health.