My only family throw me away like a trash because I'm not a cute baby, I am only 10 months old

How to Cater Vegan
Veganism is a popular lifestyle that comes with a long list of mental and physical benefits. If you are a practicing vegan, or must plan a catered party for an upcoming vegan-themed event, you will appreciate these vegan catering tips! Continue reading to learn how you can cater your party with a vegan meal spread.

What is Veganism?

To better understand how to cater to vegans, it is helpful to learn what veganism is about. A vegan is a person who follows a diet that is free of animal meat and by-products. This includes all dairy, such as milk, cream, cheese, and butter. It also include all animal meat and by-products, including poultry, beef, pork, lamb, eggs, and seafood. Some orthodox vegans also avoid using or wearing anything made from animals, such as leather, feathers, hides, furs, and more.

Beverages and Cocktails

There are endless choices for vegan beverages, alcoholic cocktails, and even mocktails. So long as you do not use any mixers that contain dairy, you are in the clear. Stick with lemonades, wines, beers, iced teas, hot tea, coffee, soda, juice, and liquor. Avoid milk-based products, or substitute them with coconut, cashew, or almond milk products.

Appetizers

Appetizers that are vegan are easy to come by. Summer is the time for fresh produce, so simply load up on all kinds of fruit and vegetables assortments, both raw and prepared. Grape and cherry tomatoes, zucchini, squash, broccoli, carrots, radishes, cauliflower, bell peppers, and more, are all fantastic options for color and taste. Try them in salads, on sticks, marinated, or dipped. Your vegan guests will love them all! You can also include vegetable and legume dips, like hummus, chickpea, falafel, eggplant, onion, and more! Just be sure they are free of sour cream and dairy products.

Main Course

Whether dinner or lunch, your main course is simple to plan for a vegan guest list. Choose hearty vegetables, like eggplant and portobello mushrooms, to substitute main course meat dishes. Tofu is a great option, too. When prepared well, these vegan courses are just as filling and delicious as meat. Consider pasta dishes for evening soirees, like eggplant parmesan or risotto. Pair these courses with delicious, vegan-style salads and sides, such as vegan pasta salad, coucous, tabouli, rice, potatoes, corn on the cobb, grilled asparagus, and more.

Dessert

Desserts are sometimes a challenge for vegans because most contain some form of dairy. However, there are excellent choices for vegan-friendly desserts, so long as you choose them carefully. Any type of cake, pudding, or cream pie will not likely be fit for vegans, so you may need to have them specially made using dairy substitutes, like almond milk, applesauce, and nut butters. Fruit smoothies are another terrific option so long as you use non-dairy milk, such as almond, cashew, or coconut.

MY FAMILY DOESNT LIKE ME ANYMORE BECAUSE I AM TOO BIG - I'M JUST A BABY, PLEASE DON'T LET ME DIE HERE...

He's only 10 months old and already experiencing how cruel people in this world can be. He can be a bit of scaredy cat but lets not forget he's just a baby and so many of these sights and sounds are new to him, and he's still learning how to be an adult.

Our hope is that someone makes room in their heart for this big puppy with the cutest little pouty black bottom lip and cartoon like face. But his reality today is a needle and a lifeless body in a plastic bag.

NOT RESERVED - PUPPY BOY BRODHI WILL BE KILLED SHORTLY AT NYCACC IN BROOKLYN, NY

We are NOT the City Shelter to where pictures were taken. FOR MORE INFO ON THIS PET please contact:
Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC) at (212) 788-4000
Ask for information about animal ID number BODHI, ID# 43719

Shelter contact information:
Phone number (212) 788-4000 (automated only)
Email adoption@nycacc.org
Addresses:
Brooklyn Shelter: 2336 Linden Boulevard Brooklyn, NY 11208


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The Paleo Diet and Omega 3 Benefits
First of all, the paleo diet is a diet where you are supposed to eat whatever your ancestors ate. I know this is a very brief description but it captures the essence of this diet. It might me hard to replicate our ancestor`s exact diet, but you could always eat a modernized version of it.

How could you do this well? Firstly, you could start by implementing more nuts, seeds, grass fed meat and wild caught fish in your diet. If you implement more of these foods then you will most likely increase your omega 3 intake.

Why your omega 3 intake could increase when on the paleo diet:

• Grass fed meat has a lower omega 6:3 ratio than industrial raised meat has
• Flax seeds contains high amounts of omega 3
• Wild caught fish contains more omega 3 than farm raised fish
• Pastured eggs contains vast amounts of omega 3 and has a considerably lower omega 6:3 than conventional eggs has

Why it is important to get enough omega 3:

These are some of the positive effects that omega 3 is said to have:

• Lower the risk of coronary heart disease
• Anti-inflammatory
• Improve your cholesterol
• Support against cancer, depression, ADHD and Alzheimer

Plant based omega 3:

Another great source of omega 3 that you will probably encounter when following a paleo diet are seeds, such as flax seeds. Flax seeds contain large amounts of ALA fatty acids, which is a type of omega 3.

When ingested ALA is converted to DHA and EPA in the body. These two types of omega 3 are what most of the health benefits with omega 3 are linked to. However, your body converts the ALA to EPA/DHA at a low rate, hence it could be hard to obtain the same amounts of DHA/EPA from plant based omega 3 sources as you could from animal based fat sources. Nevertheless, omega 3 from plant based sources such as Flax seeds are still beneficial for you and should be a part of your diet.

An easy way to implement flax seeds in your diet is to include it in bread recipes. Here it is important to grind the seeds in order for your body to digest the seeds properly.

Why it is important to focus on the omega 6:3 ratio:

When it comes to omega 3 it is important to pay attention to the ratio of omega 6:3 and not only the omega 3 intake in itself. The ratio I am here talking about is the ratio in your body.

The modern man probably has a ratio around 20:1, and the optimal ratio of omega 6:3 which is associated with most of the health benefits lays somewhere around 4:1- 1:1. When regular grain fed beef has a 6:3 ratio of around 20:1, and grass fed beef has a 6:3 ratio around 3:1, then you see why it is beneficial to consume grass fed beef over grain fed beef.

Conclusion:

In conclusion, omega 3 fatty acids are very beneficial for you. However it is important to keep in mind that the ratio of omega 6:3 is vital in order to enjoy the benefits of omega 3. Seeds, grass fed meat and wild caught fish could help you optimize the omega 6:3 ratio in your body.

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