The Vegan Way

The Vegan Way is a book filled with everything Jackie Day has learned as a happy vegan, a health educator, and author of the popular vegan blog, My Vegan Journal. A lifestyle guide that’s a real game-changer, The Vegan Way is for those who are intimidated by going vegan overnight, but don’t want the transition to stretch out for months or even years. In a 21 day plan that emphasizes three core reasons for going veganbeing as healthy as you can be, being compassionate to animals, and respecting our planetJackie provides inspiration along with a specific goal to achieve with all of the support you need to accomplish it. It might be something as simple as switching out your coffee creamer for vanilla almond milk or kicking the cheese habit. Readers will learn where to dine and what to order when eating out, the most vegan-friendly places to visit, how to avoid clothing made from animals, and how to decipher those pesky ingredients lists. And throughout, Jackie will be providing glimpses into the finer points of vegan living, giving readers something to aspire to as they get past Vegan 101. Readers will also find a handful of easy and delicious recipes sprinkled throughout. The Vegan Way is a road map that puts positive thoughts about health, the environment, and animals into action, transforming your life into a vibrant, healthy, and compassionate one.

Sample recipes from The Vegan Way


This dish may not sound fancy or flavorful, but everyone, and I mean everyone, Ive ever made it for, has loved it! Its well worth the investment of time to cook down that cabbage. If youre worried it will taste like sauerkrautit doesnt, the cabbage becomes sweet. I could eat Krautfleckerl every day! My mother used to make Krautfleckerl with homemade pasta. She would roll the dough out flat, and then cut it into square pieces, which is how its traditionally done. I dont make noodles from scratch, so Ive found that bow-tie pasta works best for me, but if you enjoy making your own pasta, this is a great dish to use it in. Just serve it up witha vibrant side salad, or anything else you enjoy, and BAM. Tummy satisfaction!

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Three Sisters Chili

This recipe was inspired by the brilliant crop-growing strategy of Native Americans who planted beans, corn, and squash together because they were so beneficial to one another. The corn provides the structure for the beans to grow (no need for poles), the beans provide nitrogen for the soil, and the big squash leaves create shade, which helps prevent weeds from growing. Harmony and cooperation in the garden I love it!

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Homemade Collard Rolls

These are super healthy, and fun to make when you find particularly large-leafed collard greens at the farmers market!

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