VEGAN MEAL PREP FOR LAZY PEOPLE // HEALTHY RECIPES

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  1. It would have been a lot more helpful to those of us who have electric pressure cookers if you volunteered the info as to how long you cooked it for. What: 10 minutes? 30 minutes? Don't need to now how long it comes to pressure, just how long to cook.

  2. A pressure cooker makes my plant based diet so much easier. I love my instant pot so much, I actually buy dried beans now and don't worry about ruining them.

    For non vegans, it makes the easiest to peel hard boiled eggs, hubs is nonvegan.

  3. I'm not crazy about the flavor of Nosha, but the macros, vitamins, and minerals are unbeatable. I'll have to try your method with half a packet. I got a box with your code and I have 11 packets left.

  4. GIRL!!! did you know you can rinse your beans BEFORE you cook them and boil them with dinkable water so by the time they are done and soft, you can eat them as soup insted of rinsing the water they are cooked in, because it is filled with all the vitamins and minerals from the beans and by tossing the water away you are waisting all those nutrients we all oh so want. So please don't waste that, instead save it if you are not having it right in the moment, it also makes for a beautiful, hearthy, warming meal, ou can eat it with tortillas and salsa: it's a 10/10.

    DON'T WASTE YOUR BEAN WATER!!!!

  5. Thanks for this video! The recipes are delicious and Nosha is awesome–glad to see people picking it up. I've been using Nosha a quick, healthy breakfast for a few months now, and it's a diet game-changer. Since starting it, I've felt more energized and lighter on my feet throughout the day. It's been a helpful way to go vegan too. Thanks again CLV!

  6. I like your video. I've recently started drinking a Nosha shake everyday for my breakfast too! It substitutes my daily multivitamin. I've been drinking it for about 2 months everyday and I've had a noticeable increase of energy, my mind feels sharper and my digestive system feels stronger. I highly recommend it over other vitamins or shakes, since it is actually just real organic fruits and vegetables dried to a powder. Therefore your body processes it as real food vs other supplement shakes. At $4.50ish per meal the price is definitely right.

  7. Do you always eat organic? What do you think about the fact that organic food is grown with manure which is a byproduct of the meat industry? Vs conventional being grown with synthetic fertilizers? Not hating, I realize everyone draws a line somewhere, I just feel like conventional is more vegan.

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