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7 You-Won’t-Believe-It’s-Vegan Vegan Snacks. by MyFitnessPal’s Recipes. July 23, 2018. 1 Comment. Share it: 4.83/5 (6) Sample rating item.

You don’t have to be a vegan to enjoy vegan snacks. In fact, there’s no nutritional downside to gradually upping your vegetable intake. We’re here to help you emphasize a plant-rich diet in snack. Big thanks to PETA for keeping a running list of “accidentally vegan” foods!

Always check labels because ingredients can be changed at any time. Always check labels because ingredients can be. You Won’t Believe It’s Vegan!: 200 Recipes for Simple and Delicious Animal-Free Cuisine by Lacey Sher and Gail Doherty (reviewed by jae steele, author of Get It Ripe) Overall Feeling: Last summer there was a syndicated review circulating the Associated Press of my book and two others, one of which was this one. From basic dishes to world-class entrees and hors d’oeuvres, You Won’t Believe It’s Vegan! serves up over 200 delicious recipes that just happen to be animal-free. With sections devoted to appetizers, entrees, sides, drinks, Down to Earth’s famous desserts, fun food for kids, and raw food alternatives, this book contains all the ingredients for.

2. Pringles. The ultimate stackable snack can be found at your local grocery store—just be sure to go for the vegan-friendly Original flavor (Barbecue is vegan in some regions; check for milk in the ingredients!). 3. Takis.

Two flavors of these spicy, crunchy chips are vegan: Takis Fuego and Takis Nitro. 4. Vegan banana oatmeal blender pancakes are so delicious, fluffy, and soft you’ll have no idea they are made with healthy whole food ingredients!

Vegan Blueberry French Toast Breakfast Muffins. Mixing up breakfast in the. Don’t be scared to try the food, you are already eating many vegan foods without even realizing it. Fruit, vegetables, nuts, seeds, grains, beans, pasta with tomato sauce, many breads, salads, veggie soups, fruit smoothies, popcorn, hummus, pretzels, dark chocolate, guacamole are all things that are almost always vegan. 13 Junk Foods You Won’t Believe Are Vegan.

Kale can go shove it. These packaged foods are totally vegan and totally bad for you. Fruit and nut butter, made from blended nuts, is a delicious vegan snack with many nutritional benefits. Fruits provide fiber, vitamins and minerals, while.

Mouthwatering snacks made with Non-GMO, Gluten Free, Plant-Based & simple ingredients. Feel Good & Thrive with Simply 7 Snacks check them out today!

List of related literature:

Vegan Cheese: Filtered water, tapioca and/or pea starch, non-GMO expeller pressed canola and/ or safflower oil, coconut oil, pea protein, salt, vegan natural flavors, inactive yeast, vegetable glycerin, xanthan gum, vegan lactic acid, yeast extract, titanium dioxide (a naturally occurring mineral).

“History of the Soyfoods Movement Worldwide (1960s-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook” by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
from History of the Soyfoods Movement Worldwide (1960s-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook
by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
Soyinfo Center, 2019

Two vegan products we loved initially and suggested weren’t vegan by the time we were finished writing this book, and we had to remove them from our recommendation lists.

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by Rory Freedman, Kim Barnouin
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The ingredients now are: Wheat gluten, raw peanut butter, water, tomato puree, soy flour, salt, natural (vegetable) flavors, dextrose, L-lysine, caramel color, onion powder spices, vitamins (niacinamide, D-calcium pantothenate, thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, riboflavin,

“History of Soy Sauce (160 CE To 2012)” by William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
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by William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
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That doesn’t mean that vegan comfort foods can’t be part of a healthy diet.

“Plant-Based Sports Nutrition: Expert Fueling Strategies for Training, Recovery, and Performance” by D. Enette Larson-Meyer, Matt Ruscigno
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Ingredients: Soy Crisps, Lightly Salted: Defatted soy flour, soy protein concentrate, soy isolate, potato starch, sunflower oil, salt.

“History of Soybeans and Soyfoods in Canada (1831-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook” by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
from History of Soybeans and Soyfoods in Canada (1831-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook
by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
Soyinfo Center, 2019

Remember to read the ingredient lists carefully, and if it doesn’t say “vegan” on the box, then it probably isn’t.

“Vegan Cookbook for Beginners: The Essential Vegan Cookbook To Get Started” by Rockridge Press
from Vegan Cookbook for Beginners: The Essential Vegan Cookbook To Get Started
by Rockridge Press
Callisto Media Incorporated, 2013

1 (12-oz.) container low-sodium organic vegetable broth 2 oz. unsweetened shredded coconut 1 oz. unsalted peanuts 1 (4-oz.) can all-natural tomato sauce, no salt or sugar added 2 whole-grain tortilla wraps

“You Can Drop It!: How I Dropped 100 Pounds Enjoying Carbs, Cocktails & Chocolate–and You Can Too!” by Ilana Muhlstein
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by Ilana Muhlstein
Galvanized Media, 2020

Yet it’s enough to add delight, delectableness, and ease to your healthy vegan fare.

“The Mindful Vegan: A 30-Day Plan for Finding Health, Balance, Peace, and Happiness” by Lani Muelrath, Neal Barnard
from The Mindful Vegan: A 30-Day Plan for Finding Health, Balance, Peace, and Happiness
by Lani Muelrath, Neal Barnard
BenBella Books, Incorporated, 2017

This saw me bingeing on entire trays of medjool dates, raw vegan chocolate, huge selection bags of dried fruit and nuts, and getting through entire tubs of almond or peanut butter in a week.

“The Goddess Revolution: Food and Body Freedom for Life” by Melissa Wells
from The Goddess Revolution: Food and Body Freedom for Life
by Melissa Wells
Hay House, 2016

The snack is labeled as vegan and certified gluten-free, a claim which is obvious if one reads the list of ingredients on the back but appeals to the conscious shopper.

“Jesus and the Politics of Mammon” by Hollis Phelps
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by Hollis Phelps
Cascade Books, 2019

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  • Is it just me or are vegans hypocrites like the producer said with the fig bees and wasps crawl into plants and flowers to pollinate other flowers and birds drop seeds in other animals poop have seeds in it

  • i came here confident because im a billie eilish stan and have seen almost all her interviews so i thought i would do good

    TURNS OUT I WAS LYING TO MYSELF

  • Just a quick fact-checking. Wild figs indeed have dead wasps inside them due to the pollination, but most of COMMERCIAL FIGS (industrially produced) do not need to be pollinated/fertilized by wasps. You can research this a bit on google about which kind of figs that are cultivated this way (without pollination).

  • I feel like if the but not vegan for the Cinnoman Twist they should get it because there is no way Taco Bell can assure that those twist did not come into contact with meet. Like how are we cooking these and is it possible the cake into contact with meat even if they aren’t being cooked. I.e. contaminated gloves cross contaminated meat with the twist.

  • Well! Now you know how we (vegans) feel when something perfectly vegan like a peanut is not vegan because a stupid company wanted to put some gelatin on it ����‍♀️

  • Oreos may not be made from any dairy products, but they have cross-contamination to small amounts of milk. You can’t guarantee that Oreos have no cross dairy contamination because they are made in factory’s, Alert they aren’t pure vegan

  • Im not vegan but i am lactose and you can most deffintilty enjoy Oreos without milk, chocolate almond milk and oreos is actually super good, and tbh who are you if you drink glasses of milk above the age of 10 for pleasure. Milk sucks lmfao its like 2 steps up from tap water lmfao

  • You need to try these taste test in the Midwest and not on the West coast.
    You will get a completely different response.
    Come to the St Louis Missouri area and try this same test.

  • here’s a tip: I made the peanut butter popcorn, nd they turned out very sticky and gooey with the sauce on top, so suggest in a large microwave safe bowl, put in the popcorn, add in the sauce, and mix until every kernel has drops of the sauce on them, then microwave them for 2 minutes so the peanut butter sauce hardens and you dont have ew sticky hands and you will enjoy them better because putting the sauce on the warm popcorn jus made them soggy and that tasted, “:) ” so I suggest do it my way,

  • HA*�� I knew the *CRESCENT ROLLS �� were vegan, because for my vegan friends I made *Pasta with garlic infused canola oil ��tomato sauce mixed with an assortment of
    roasted veggies and crescent rolls* YUMMMMM �� Much Love ������

  • Tips to make perfect popcorn:
    Place the pot (with oil) on a medium high stove plate
    Put in 2 kernels of corn wait for them to pop. (testers�� )
    Then add in the rest of the kernels and close the lid.
    Turn off the stove when the intervals between each pop starts to slow down

  • thank you so much for watching! if you want to watch the first video in this series: https://youtu.be/Hd22fIlAbXo
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  • Not all white sugar is vegan. There are some brands that are. But sourcing the sugar that’s in process foods may be quite challenging.

    When you think about foods that vegans can and can’t eat, you might reasonably assume that eggs, meats, and dairy products are only ingredients off the table. If only it were that simple.

    Depending on how strict you are in your vegan diet, you might avoid any food products that interact with animals in any way, whether it’s a fish bladder used to filter wine or collagen-derived gelatin found in gummies, and this information requires a bit more investigating to find out.

    One of those more unlikely “no-go” foods is white sugar. Sugar comes from stalks of sugarcane, right? And sugarcane is a (fairly sustainably-sourced) plant. So, at what point does sugar go from plantto animal-derived product?

    The answer lies in the sugar’s coloration. Granulated white sugar isn’t pure white on its own, and oftentimes, the refining process of sugar involves the use of bone char. Although white sugar doesn’t contain bone char, it is decolorized with the ingredient to achieve the white hue. Bone char, which acts as a crude filter, is a porous material made by charring the bones of cattle from Afghanistan, Argentina, India, and Pakistan, according to peta.org.

    Brown sugars and powdered sugars aren’t totally off the hook either. Brown sugars (light or dark) and powdered sugars are usually made from refined white sugar, either by adding different amounts of molasses to the crystals, or by pulverizing the granules until they turn into a powder. Either way, the white sugar used to create these products is not considered vegan.

  • PS the generic name for biscoff cookies is spéculoos! It is just the name of the kind of cookie:) They are from Holland/Belgium and they are sooooo good

  • Omg do you even know what vegans is milk egg stuff that come from animals your telling me belvita doesn’t have milk Oreos doesn’t have mild omg

  • Very sure the Ghiradelli brownie mix is NOT vegan. Their chocolate chips have had milk added to them for at least a few years now, so the mix with their chocolate chips added would definitely not be vegan. Not sure about the hot chocolate as they don’t list ingredients online. Also, search online for tips on how to get a boxed brownie mix to bake properly with the other brand because often with just an egg substitute they turn into an oily, chewy mess. A lot of the flavors of Jello pudding mix are vegan (most or all maybe), not just vanilla. That also needs less non dairy milk to set.

  • OREOs are NOT vegan, they do not contain dairy, eggs or so, but they do damage their habitat because of palm tree oil. Just google it and it’s the first thing you’ll find

  • Oreos still can have cross contamination with milk during production.. so if you are vegan it is best to just avoid them.
    The dunkin hines cake mix is completely vegan, you can sub the egg with applesauce or bananas as well if you don’t want to use soda.. imo it doesn’t make sense to go vegan but then still consume soda. Unless you’re doing it for reasons unrelated to health.

  • I’ve never been more happy to know that biscoff cookies are vegan. I have them with some apple juice in the mornings whenever I purchase them

  • Have to click off this video. It’s hella annoying how you raise your eyebrows and pause for like 3 seconds after you state what non-vegan product is in the food and give some reaction like cmon can you just skip to the next product.

  • Just make sure you look at your labels for some of these foods. I’m gonna be standing in the store for hours just reading labels XD

  • I have a theory that refined palm oil is indirectly non vegan because orangutan deaths, among others, are a direct consequences of palm oil cultivation. Maybe you could do a video about foods that indirectly harm animal lives by destroying habitats and biodiversity. Not trying to shit on vegans. Just pointing out that all logic can be fallacious if not applied carefully. Anyway, thanks for taking time to read this and have a great day.

  • I would consider any foods that aren’t made with certified sustainable palm oil as not vegan because they illegally and unsustainably destroy the habitat of the endangered species, “the orangutan ��” in Southeast Asia for it because it’s cheaper. These foods don’t technically use animal products but they do use products that cause the orangutans declining habitats.

  • Golden Oreo’s are definitely the best! I just have just stared on my vegan journey. I am so glad there’s a few “cheat” things out there. Thanks so much. Love your enthusiasm.

  • Trader Joes: hmm what should we name our candy
    Trader Joes employee casually eating a pack of swedish fish
    Trader Joes: THAT’S IT!
    (in the most dramatic voice possible)
    SCANDANAVIAN SWIMMERS!

  • I’m not vegan, and the though of going vegan scares me and I probably wouldn’t be able to stick to it, instead I try eat no dairy or meat, by eating alternatives etc. Even though I already basically eat vegan I don’t want to fully commit because the thought scares me

  • You Rock! This video is wonderful!!!!

    Thank you for taking the time to inform the public!

    Also Yall Look Out For Palm Oil (Not Vegan Friendly)!!!

    #VEGAN4life

  • Alcohol regular store bought stuff is toxic. In large quantities, it makes you throw up. Does not contain the bacteria that made it. That bacteria makes so much gas, you would throw up still. Bad stuff. You are better off with a date and honey fermentation that you can taste every day and make sure some of your saliva is in it every day. So it is not a problem for your stomach. It will teach your body what to do with its sugars from food. I did one for two years. Never can get drunk on alcohol anymore. Resistant to anything slipped in my drink or injected with in the blood. No date rapes. Foreing honey has less water to make more profits.

  • duuude, a little late but damn, This video was informative as hell!!! Thank you!! I’ve been vegan for a year and I’m super paranoid and this video clarified ALOT!!!

  • I can’t imagine a life without meat or dairy. But it was really interesting watching this video. All the time I was eaten gelatin I was really eating mashed up dry cow bones…

  • Hey guyz! I wanna give u a tip. U can watch biyahe ni drew channel. Actually means travel of drew. It’s a tv shows gma channel 12. From that biyahe ni drew u can get ideas where to go or eat around the Phil. Ok! Thanks guyz! Ur awesome! Keep it up����

  • I know I’m late to the party, but thank you for taking the time and effort to create this video! I’m transitioning to veganism and this definitely helps as a guide for what to watch out for when I’m grocery shopping! ❤️

  • If there’s something on this list you eat regularly, keep in mind that the off brand is sometimes vegan. You can also look for organic versions cuz sometimes they are accidentally vegan. Hope this helps somebody��

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  • It’s a amazing to see a young person who is so passionate about eating clean and is then so caring to make educational videos for others. The future is super bright people!

  • I’ve been looking for vegan bread in my country but there’s literally only one brand of bread that doesn’t say ‘may contain milk and eggs’ so look out!

  • Thank you for all your hard work! New vegan here so this is super helpful! I was shocked yesterday when I went to the store and checked Quorn (I loved this brand even when I was meat eating) AND IT HAD EGG IN IT! I was so sadddd

  • I accidentally ate one of those morning star chickpea burgers last week… it’s so annoying that so many brands advertise their stuff in a way that implies that it should be vegan but isn’t.

  • Just goes to show, animals are needed for survival.. humans been using animals for survival since the beginning of of human age. Can’t change that. Veganism is a backwards way of thinking.

  • I never like eating meat but of course I couldn’t make my choice growing up what I eat. I went Vegan at age 17 when I told my family to suck it up I’m buyin my own food now I’m 19 and think it’s gross as hell for meat

  • Try to meet up with THE HUNGRY SYRIAN WANDERER….he’s in his shop @YOLO, Las Piñas, Metro Manila. You could have a great moment to find really great taste in Filipino food…..and he’s so much hilarious in dealing tourist and travel vlog here in Phil. So nice watching ur daily vlog guys. More power and God Bless U!

  • Today is my 2nd day being vegan… and I had orange juice with my breakfast… 150ml of it… ������ so glad I watched this today ��

  • hi nice channel. i love anything garlic. btw you’re australian right? can you do vegan version of australian food? or cooking with vegemite? i’ve had it on toast, but i think you can do more with it.

  • You have learned your first big lesson about being vegan….EAT FRESH. All of the items you mention are processed food or drink. I know you are most likely vegan for the animals, but another big benefit of being vegan is for yourself….HEALTH. Stay away from instant foods. Eat whole foods, the animals and your body will thank you! �� ��

  • I’ve been really wanting to go on a vegetarian diet for a week or two to see how it’s like and see if I’ll be more comfortable with it but I love fried eggs and dairy but I don’t know if vegetarians can eat dairy and eggs. I don’t wanna sound dumb but can someone help me please?��

  • I find it really strange that her mum didn’t bother to teach her polish. I’m English and my partner is polish and I have a daughter from a previous relationship. We are both English but “I’ve ” self taught her Basic polish for when travel to Poland

  • What a great video, I really enjoyed it. Also, Vlog Cast did a video on trying out Polish candy. You can check it out here and check his vlogs too https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jO-w3XNurrU&t=8s

  • The first snack often eat a baby and child so it was fun to see you eating that, you reminded me baby me. Regards from Polend and you can visit US more often ��

  • I just found your channel and I really like the way you’re behaving. Like, so energetic and crazy. In a good way of course. You kinda remind me of Liza Koshy idk xd Thumbs up!

  • Dobrze mówisz po Polsku ale dużo Ci jeszcze brakuje do pełnego profesjonalizmu, język polski jest bardzo trudny i wiem jak trudno jest się go nauczyć. Sama jestem Polką i nie raz słyszałam obcokrajowca który przyjechał na wakacje lub po prostu mieszka w Polsce i nie do końca opanował ten język �� Wybrałaś produkty standardowe są owiele lepsze słodycze w Polsce a ty kupiłaś słodycze normalne. Gdybyś pojechała do Lidla znalazłabyś tam lepsze rzeczy�� Ale te też są w miarę okey �� Pozdrawiam ��
    (Tłumaczenie):
    (Translation):
    You speak Polish well but you still lack a lot of professionalism, the Polish language is very difficult and I know how difficult it is to learn it. I am a Pole myself and more than once I have heard a foreigner who came to vacation or just lives in Poland and did not quite master this language. �� You chose standard products are better sweet sweets in Poland and you bought normal sweets. If you went to Lidla you would find better things there But these are too okay �� Regards ��

  • I really wonder how they do it, looking and tasting like real meat. This is a must for health-conscious people. I tried it before at Bodhi and I was surprised, how could that be possible?

  • Dozen eggs that you can use to bake approximately 6 desserts: $4.50
    9oz. package of whole flaxseed that you can grind down, mix with a few tablespoons of water to make a “flax egg” and make dozens of desserts: $2.19
    Who can tell the difference in the final product? No one
    Non vegans: “Eating vegan is sooooo expensive!” ��

  • The dry roasted peanut contain wheat flour that is coating and if they are not dry roasted then the product is manufactured on the same equipment use for the dry roasted nut that why some say gluten I’m vegan 6yr also work at planter hope this help some peanut butter has milk also

  • for the popcorn: add oil and kernels to the pot and shake it up on low heat. wait for around 5 kernels to pop and increase the temp to high. it’ll pop quick since the kernels are preheated. when you can take the lid off without popcorn flying out, turn the heat completely off and pour it into a bowl right when the popping stops so it wont burn. the more oil the better it will taste but i would say 1 tablespoon wont be enough.. atleast cover a small layer of the bottom of the pot/pan

  • You guys I have a life hack that will CHANGE your life! This is so easy to make popcorn no burnt anyth Ng garenteed! Put two tablespoons of popcorn kernels into a brown paper back and seal if firmly by folding it over repetitively, microwave on high for about a minute then check on it and then if necessary microwave on high for another minute. THIS WILL CHANGE UR LIFE PLEASE TRY IT!!!

  • haaa.. die Veganz Produkte sind auf Deutsch… Das ist nun ofiziell Deutschesstaatgebiet! Uns egal in welcher Sprache das Video ist. ��

  • Are you german? if so you’re accent is amazing i would’ve never guessed if you hadn’t said that you lived there, i mean living there doesn’t mean you’re from Germany but like what do i know

  • Honestly I think that the hanuta and the fish sticks taste pretty similar to the non-vegan original, but maybe I’m vegan for too long ��

  • Wow, I’m german but living in the states for the last 10 years, and I didn’t realize you were German until i checked out your profile. Ueberhaupt kein deutsches akzent!

  • I Am Not Surprised But You’re Reaction Throughout This Video Had Me Laughing☺ Thank You For Sharing Because Im A Beginner and I Needed To Hear This ��✨

  • Hi sonI followed this recipe. It tastes really good but the garlic is really too strong. Can u recommend how i can reduce the garlicky taste? I would hate to throw it away. Help( thk u in advance

  • Guys if you’re not vegan and making the avocado hummus toast for breakfast then save the skins and use one half for a perfect shaped poached egg without the weird vinegar taste

  • I’m moving to Munich for two years as an au pair and I’m vegan that got blessed with plant based kids. Thanks for all the neat go to videos

  • you want spicey chips but your going vegan and. your a. bout to get spicey chips abd say screw it (most spicey chips are not vegan) easy just have popcorn and and hot sauce

  • Why am I torturing myself!!?? These look amazing!! But can’t even try these until I am released from hospital due to a gallbladder surgery. I barely eaten in a week! ������

  • I’m a little late but popcorn can be easily made on the microwave without oil as well. Just throw some popocorn in a microwave safe bowl and a few tbspoons of water and cover it with a yet again microwave safe lid (plastic wrap can work as well just make sure you pierce it) Then put it in the micreowave about 3.5 minutes or until they stop popping and voilá! Add seasoning or salt to taste and enjoy �� (i hope this doesn’t make anyone burn their kitchen down ��)

  • hab dich erst gerade entdeckt und bin mega begeistert…versuche mich langsam in der veganwelt zu orientieren. super schönen und verständlichen content����

  • Does anyone know if you could substitute the spelt flour for coconut flour in the banana bread recipe? I just don’t think I’d ever use it again if I bought it. =)

  • There’s a easier way to get the kernels to pop even. Put the amount you want with the oil, put the heat high, take a wooden spoon and keep mixing the kernels evenly with the pan’s lid in your hand, when the first kernel pop very big and beautiful shut the pan and leave it; shake the pan until you hear the last pop, give it a sec, if nothing else pops open it and you’ll see all kernels popped and none is burned.

  • Today we went to a Vegan Restaurant with you guys and tried the most filipino food there! VEGAN�� Would you try it? Don’t forget to like our facebook page to be ready for our announcement���� FB: Happiness Crossing

  • It’s better to eat barbeque streets food than restaurant:) trust me it’s more smoky and super yummy!!!!!!! Next time I hope you make vlog in streets thanks

  • HAHAH Yesss! food here is exotic in some places….try those foreign tree worms in Palawan! disgusting looking but pretty good once you eat them…..YOU EAT THEM WHILE ALIVE! haha

  • oh my goodness! I wish for more vegan restos in manila.. metro manila is mostly meat though…it would be nice if more vegan and vegetarian stores pops up

  • New subscriber here…i am an avid followers of Making it Happen, the Juicy Vlog, Flying Kell, Kulas, and other Foreign vloggers..i find your content unique especially this one showcasing vegan food here in Manila…looking forward to see more videos…you are such a unique couple…

  • Happiness Crossing
    you are amazing couple vlogger,im really happy when i watching your video.I suggest try to colab bisayang hilaw.always take care guys GOD bless.

  • I hope to see you guys do a collab with other foreign vloggers in the Philippines.
    Thank you guys for showing the world, the universe rather; that it is really more FUN in the PHILIPPINES!!!
    MORE POWER!!!
    God bless always!!!

  • Ii think Fernando is his name right? He looks absolutely nothing like the Fernando who arrived in the Philippines a few months ago. No matter how hard I stared at his face, I cant find the old Fernando in that face. If not for the hair, I’d say he can really get away with murder. Dont know why you ever put on that beard. You look absolutely.handsome without it.

  • There’s another real, real good Vegan place called, BODHI Vegetarian, SM City Manila, LG Level, 1000 Natividad Lopez St, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines.

  • Guys!!! This is so exciting! I’m so going to go there!!!! Too many people told me traditional Filipino food is so meat based, so it’s really cool to see that I will be able to try some! Do you use happy cow? X

  • I’ve been loving all your videos and your positive, uplifting spirits. Did you find the fountain of youth in the Philippines? You both look like teenagers now! ��������☀️��

  • the happiness Crossing blog is the best candidate to travel in Dinagat Island the only blogger. I seen to travel in Dinaga is Kyle the Becoming Pilipino blog. if I can afford I will fly you bouht of you in the island in 2020. the province are poor do we have something to see in the island beside being poor? YES BONZAI FORIST growing wild in the island and more beach. the Dinagat island are 65 percent virgin.

  • Hey Fernando, how are you brother??
    Say something in Portuguese cos whole Brazil loves you, about 150milion people �� and you never said a thing in Portuguese ��. E verdade q tu e brasileiro? Pq tu parece more like boliviano ��

  • you 2 are boring for not eating meat..here in the philppines love meat esp fista? i think you shoud eat meat na before.. its to late

  • ive been vegetarian since i was 4 i feel so guiltyy ive eaten fries and candies and cereals with gelatin. i feel so guilty

    STOP PUTTING GELATIN IN EVERYTHING

  • The most Well love traveller/Vlogger Couple not just by Philippines but the whole world.
    Truly HAPPINESS SMILE FUN ADVENTURE & LOVE!
    Missing you Guys!

  • Why eat meat like food and crave meat taste when you are vegans? Well your choice… try eating real pinoy vegan food… or you could cook it so other vegans may know also…
    1.Vegan adobo(e.g. string beans, kangkong, banana heart, bamboo shoots..)
    2.vegan sinigang(unripe jackfruit, etc…)
    3.kinilaw na puso ng saging or banana heart ceviche/salad
    4.pako salad
    5. Laing
    6. Ginataang gulay(cooked in coconut cream e.g. unripe jackfruit, stringbeans, winged beans, bamboo shoots, bananan heart etc…)
    7.dinengdeng or sinuam(saluyot or jute leaves and bamboo shoots)
    8.pinakbet
    9… etc and many more

  • OMG. Please address on your next video your reaction after finding out what you ate isnt actually “vegan”, but real meat!! VIGAN is a province. What they meant is the foods were cooked the Vigan-way. Not vegan. LoL i wanna know ur reaction! Hehehehe…

  • for the popcorn my mom is the popcorn Queen so…
    you put sunflower oil so that the bottom layer of your pan thing and then put as much popcorn to your cowantaty* of liking and then put a lid on it and put to the highest (for me ten) when you here the first pop put down two levels and wet till it stops popping and voila! we add salt btw

  • I was laughing bcoz of this.. Maybe it was actually Vigan (a place in the Philippines) not vegan.. Hahahahaha That food looks like real meat..

  • Holy moly I’m going to eat there later for sure, this got my head gobsmacked in so many different levels, that vegan bagnet, sisig and isaw looks authentically real meat, I got to see how they taste like. I may have just found my freeway to vegandom, thanks you guys, and by the way, it’s really vegan, not Vigan as I first thought it was too. Dinner there is definitely on my list☝️✌������❤������

  • Hello Fernando and Vanessa. I hope you can visit the Western Visayas region especially my province Iloilo, the city of love. We also have some vegan dishes here like laswa (mixed vegetables soup) and tambo (bamboo shoots in coconut milk). Wishing you can consider travelling here as well. Good luck and God bless you always!!!

  • Helli guys.try also Quan Yin Chay Vegetarian Restaurant.located at Ongpin St corner Salazar st. There’s a lot of delicious vegetarian food you can choose there.Godbless and staysafe.we love you Vanessa and Fernando.

  • That bagnet really looks real pork. I’m so confused that I have to look it up on the internet. https://primer.com.ph/food/location/philippines/makati/cosmic-restaurant-in-poblacion/

    Yup, it’s true. It is vegan-vegetarian Restaurant.

    That’s amazing ������

  • For alcohol, I highly recommend the website barnivore. It’s basically an ongoing encyclopedia of drinks that are confirmed either vegan or non-vegan.

  • i have tips for the popcorn
    first add 2 or 3 tbs of oil to the pot, when you think it’s hot enough add 2 corn seeds and when they pop add the rest of your corn (¾ cup) and take it off the heat for!!30 seconds!! and after this time but it back on medium heat and shake it couple times through the process
    the trick in this is making all the seed have the same temperature

  • Hi there, I love your recipes. Don’t take me wrong, the sound it’s not very good. There some wireless microphone that you can buy and make the recipe more clear to hear. Thank you to teach us with your amazing recipes!

  • Anja, Just heard on the radio 4/23/2020,
    That the slaughter houses are having a very difficult time staying open. Tyson has closed & people are wandering what to do with all their cattle? LET THEM GO AND GRAZE AND ENJOY THEIR FREEDOM!!!!! ������

  • This looks soooooo delish. I can’t wait to try this tonight for dinner! Thanks for this simple, delicious yum yum in the tum tum!:)

  • I completely forgot about the potato mayo! I’ve not been able to find tofu at all and I’ve been going without anything because I forgot there are alternatives, totally doing this, I have loads of garlic and potatoes �� may try with beans too �� brilliant!

  • You don’t eat it in one sitting??! That would be hard for me ����! I absolutely love aioli ��! Great as a Pizza dipping sauce or with spaghetti! Or plain on some toast ��

  • Thank You Anja! I have been looking for a garlic gravy!!!!! Its awesome!!!
    God Bless You dear.. I love your channel!! Its the BEST!!!! You have a cheerful
    personality and I have shared you with my friends… Have a blessed weekend dear!
    Your missionary friends from Trenton Georgia!

  • Yum Anja! I can’t wait to try this but I will have to give it a go with the beans or potatoes. So when I do that will it still be a suitable dressing to store in the fridge for day a week?:)

  • Yum,indeed! Can’t wait to try this. I’m thinking the addition of soaked cashews or ground hemp might be interesting.
    As always, thanks Anya! ✌��