Three must-have apps for vegans
It’s not that hard to find sources for Vegan diet these days. Thanks to the Internet, information about raw Vegan food and recipes can be found with just a few clicks. And now, with the advent of smartphones, searching has never been easier and more convenient.
Smartphones’ popularity is mostly aided by the thousands of apps that users can download from app stores. Entertainment site Spin Genie’s creator, Gaming Realms, says that 2015 will be a big year for the mobile industry, what with mobile developers creating an app for almost anything. In the past, Vegan recipes and ingredients can only be found in books. Now, new vegan-friendly apps seem to be getting released in app stores every month.
Here are three apps for the vegans out there.
The Go Vegan! app is created by the renowned author Sarah Kramer. It has over 50 delicious animal-free recipes for entrees, main courses, and desserts. The app is updated regularly so users can always look forward to new content. Apart from written recipes, the app also has several instructional audio and videos on preparing food. The app is available for $6.99.
Do Eat Raw
Do Eat Raw doesn’t just feature raw vegan recipes. It also has an FAQ section for those who have questions about the ingredients used for the vegan diet. It boasts more than 300 raw vegan recipes, and has an integrated shopping list for when users need to purchase a long list of ingredients. It also has a built-in timer for dehydrating ingredients. Do Eat Raw can be downloaded for $0.99.
21-Day Vegan Kickstart
The 21-Day Vegan Kickstart app provides users with resources to improve their health. It is created by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, making the app a very credible source of Vegan information. The 21-Day Vegan Kickstart app makes becoming a Vegan extremely easy with its delectable recipes! The app is free for iOS users to use.