Spice it up and keep it saucy.

Even meat-eaters like their chicken tossed or dipped sauce. Sauce is one way to add variety to any diet, especially a vegan diet. I use a variety of sauces and spices to create new tastes that appeal to my taste buds. I love garlic, so I often use garlic powder or garlic and herb seasoning to tweak my food prepped meals. Today for lunch I added garlic and herb seasoning to my pasta with tofu. I simply sprinkled over the top after the food was prepared and I was about to eat. It was almost like I was eating my pasta with garlic bread, which would be another way you can tweak a prepped meal (by adding a side dish).

I also mix up my sauces. As you may have seen in my last post, I like to keep a large variety of sauces. One of my favorites that was not in the picture is Soy Citrus Orange sauce (I buy the Safeway brand). Try adding different sauces to create different dishes. I can use the same food prepped rice to make a teriyaki dish, a Mexican dish, a soup, etc. Imagine how many different dishes I can make using beans, tofu and veggies. When you combine all of those, imagine how many different delicious meals you can make.

The vegan life is eazy.

Eazy Food Prep

I stay very busy working 6-7 days a week, so the only way I can accommodate a vegan lifestyle is by food prep. I make a large amount of beans, rice, pasta, and even smoothies to last me a few days to a week. The smoothies will hold for at least 3 days, pasta for 5, and rice and beans for 7. When its time to eat, I can quickly cook up some veggies or tofu and add to my rice/beans/pasta. I cook the rice and beans differently every time I make them to add some variety.

I understand that this may sound boring to you, but I find it healthy and delicious. It is healthier for me, better for the planet, and I am saving animal lives. Even if you are not ready to go vegan, try implementing a few vegan meals into your week and see how you like it.

I have always been a very simple eater. In the words of Rae Sremmurd: “I like what I like.” I keep it simple and eat things that I know I like and I can cook in a variety of different ways. If you like to cook many different things, you can easily add things such as potatoes, other fruits and veggies, salads, etc. You can also get snacks such as chips, nuts, carrots/peppers and hummus. If you would like any customized tips to help you try some vegan food prepping, please reach out and I would be happy to help you create a plan.

Welcome to Eazy Vegan

Disclaimer: This site is not fancy. Just a behind the scenes look at how eazy the vegan life can be.

I started this site for all of you meat-eaters that meet a vegan and then out of your mouth come the most illogical 5 words that could ever be spoken: “I could never do that.”

People can fly to the moon and you can’t go a day without meat or cheese?

These are the worst 5 words of all time for one main reason. They are only true if you believe that they are. If you would like to use the words: “I could never do that.” , then at least use them correctly. Such as while watching a documentary on factory farming.


 This will be a positive and happy site showing the positive effect of a healthy vegan diet.

This site will not be bad-mouthing any of you meat-eaters out there… I will simply be promoting a natural whole foods, plant-based diet to anyone and everyone. This site will show you how eazy the vegan life can be. Let’s get started with the center piece of my vegan diet.

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