EASY VEGAN BREAKFAST RECIPES FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS (SAVOURY) // dorm-friendly

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  1. Thank you for this video, it's being a lot of time since I didn't watch your channel because of what happen to Puerto Rico. I have to say that after hurricane Maria I tried to maintain a vegetarian diet but I couldn't since lot of the food were meat can and I need to eat. No power electricity allows me to buy fresh food but now I'm trying to return to vegetarian, your channel always gives me the best ideas. That chickpeas avocado sandwich looks delicious and definitely will try it soon.

  2. By the way , just to let you know , for some reasons your channel popped up on my channel two months ago and you were the one made me be a vegan just overnight seriously , your recipes are so effortless that it made me really easy to follow , thanks for such an inspiration

  3. Pure brilliance, Rose! I had never thought of making tofu scramble in the microwave! Or adding beans to avocado toast!!! OMG. Another pro tip: If you want to add more flavor/veggies to your tofu without chopping and sautéing, stir in some premade salsa! Seriously so easy.

  4. I thought I was the only one who loves a savory breakfast but there you are…..and so happy to find you Rosa! This morning I had chickpea miso soup with wakame, carrots and green onions and tofu. Yummmmmm! I have been enjoying your videos and learning a lot from them so I want to just say thank you so much for the fun and instructional videos….and for being you. So happy to know you! (Vegan for 1.5 years…69 yrs old) sincerely, Maxine.

  5. What do you guys think about raising chickens for eggs? (I know that this is a vegan channel, but I'm curious about the ethics of it.) What if you free range them, don't harvest them for meat, and essentially keep them as pets that you happen to be able to benefit from? I mean, it's not like milk where the cow has to be raped/impregnated every year to produce. This is just a chicken's menstrual cycle–that you can eat

  6. So I'm a "semi-vegan"/"semi-vegetarian." And I get a lot a hate from full time omnivores and vegans. I eat animal products 1-3 meals per week. I have mixed feelings on the ethics of eating meat, strong feelings about how meat eating impacts climate change, and a strong taste for animal products. So this is how I reconcile those feelings–reducing rather than eliminating. What do you all think?

  7. So good!!! Looks like my week so far lol. Honestly this is just how I was brought up. No social media at the time. Just parents who preferred good real food minus animal crap. Ya.. I cook for meat eaters, a vegetarian and a vegan.. but THESE kind of recipes are WAY more satisfying. I see how my family sees my love of food and is slowly joining me. 😉

  8. Hi Rose! I love how you bulk up your meals with fiber/protein rich ingredients like tofu, beans, whole grain, etc. it’s very relatable to my meals and only think that keeps me full.

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