I saw some really amazing youtube videos and stories about 80/10/10 diet and totally want to give it a try. I do need some tips about how to transition from vegan diet to 80/10/10, and how to deal with social situations. I mean, I am already having a hard time trying to figure out how to be vegan around people. :( HELP!
Also needing some tips about how to living under (college kid) budget in Germany since I don't really speak the local language. Oops. :P Fruits just seem like a luxury item in Germany, and I don't really know how to look for bulk/whole food dealers here. Do you guys have a database for it? Or tips for how to find them?
What can I do when I just crave some warm meals? I've notice that my body (or more like my belly) just really want some warm food to warm up, especially in the evenings. Too much cold or uncooked food tends to give me some digestive problems.
What to do during winter?
Thanks for helping! I can't wait to begin this new life style! :)
Find the nearest English speaking German over the age of 30 and ask where the farmers bring their produce. In my town there's a farmer that brings in his local veg on a wagon at a specific place in town almost every day and sells them at discount prices. It's the closest thing to co-op quality and price that I've found in Germany so far, but I would have never been able to find it if it weren't for the locals!
p.s. Ulm is a pretty town, I'm just over an hour away from there. =]
i was not able to find some local who knows that much about veggie shopping. :(
BUT, I did find this Turkish stand in the wochenmarkt that sells fruits in a grad student price. Plus Lidl, I'd say I am a happy eater now. :)
Boy, that took me a while to answer. Sorry 'bout that. Where do you live?