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How to Arrange a Vegan Picnic Duly

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Summertime is a perfect time of the year to arrange picnics with your friends and relatives. Aesthetic and pleasant for the eye blanket with a wicker basket filled with treats on it surrounded by green and fresh grass can gladden anyone. But what will change if you will decide to arrange a vegan picnic with your vegan or non-vegan friends? Nothing. Just your choice of dishes and the feeling of serenity.

Vegan diets exclude cruelty and consumption attitude towards animals and other living creatures which positively affects your mental health and the sense of reconciliation.

First, you need to get sure that treats will be tasty and appetizing. Also, our appetite goes up when we’re out in nature so presented dishes should be nutritious and suit everyone in your company.

The best meal which you can have on a vegan picnic is a sandwich. You can prepare numerous varieties of sandwiches to satisfy all preferences. Sandwiches with vegan cheese, avocado paste, peanut butter, jams, vegetables alongside with other varieties are welcomed.

Also, don’t forget about snacks and fruits. Bananas, apples, salted and fried nuts, vegan yogurts and granola bars can fuel you up before or after a course meal.

Grilled vegetables taste amazingly as well as grilled bruits and bakeries do. You can grill hot buns with garlic, peppers, carrot sticks, cabbages or tomatoes and other sliced vegetables to combine them with spicy and hot deep-sauce.

Vegetable rolls are welcomed too. Cut the eggplant, tomato, pepper and courgette into thin slices and place them one on the other like lasagna leafs. Then add spices with mashed garlic and roll them into one roll. Your dish will be ready in fifteen minutes on the grill.

Make sure that don’t use any disposable cutlery and packages otherwise you will pointlessly pollute the environment. Reusable cutlery, bottles, cups and bags are necessary if you decide to spend a day out in nature.

Treat nature with respect and don’t expect her to answer you the same. Nature is independent and stoical and it’s our duty to make sure that our presence won’t harm her but only benefit. Make sure that you don’t leave any litter after you’re done.

It is truly possible to fully enjoy your life and nature without harming her and any living creature.

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