What I Eat On A School Day • Vegan Recipes [Plant-Based] • Lisa Lorles


** HI BABES! I have since clarified that I eat a vegan diet but I am plant-based as I use/own non-vegan products. I am here to share vegan recipes

If you make any of the recipes, tag #LisaLorles on Instagram!

For those who may ask I’m going to university to become a dietitian and I go to the University of British Columbia! Thanks for watching, I love you guys!!!

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HIIII THERE! I’m Lisa. I’m a full-time university student studying nutrition and health sciences, and I’m obsessed with everything health, beauty & fitness related. I eat a vegan diet & I love to share my recipes 😊 Subscribe to get updates whenever I upload!

Chickpea Sandwich:

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Q: What equipment do you use?
A: Canon Mark III or Canon 70D and Final Cut Pro X

Q: What’s your ethnicity?
A: Half filipino, half canadian

Q: Are all products you use vegan?
A: No. Although I eat a vegan diet, not all products I use are vegan but the majority are cruelty-free. Therefore I am plant-based with a vegan diet.

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  1. I just subscribed to your channel today and I am in love with all your recipes I'm going to try the chickpea sándwich as I am obsessed with chickpeas. Great channel! Sending love from New York ❤❤❤

  2. Uh when I watch your videos I honestly start watering at the mouth! PLEASE keep doing these videos, I haven't yet found another YouTube channel with food as healthy and tasty as yours! <3

  3. I'm not vegan but liking the thought of it. Been watching some of your videos now, they're always so simple, so easy to follow and so motivational! Love the nutritional facts thrown in here and there too. If only I could give two thumbs up for every video. Thanks girl. 😊

  4. IT may take some more of work, but instead of using caned chickpeas you can use dry chickpeas. it's better.
    that way you don't have all the sodium. you need to rinse them in water over night, drain them and then Cooke them, and the trick is to cook them with a little bit of baking soda. the soda makes them tender.
    Then you can make a spread out of them that will be good for a few days. or you can just season and eat them as they are.

    you can freeze them after you Cooke them, and use them later. or freeze them after you rinse them and keep them in the fridge potentially for years. I had a bag of rinsed split peas I forgot in my parents fridge for a whole year, a year later defrosted it and made a soup out of it.

    There is really no need for canned food, besides time constrains and laziness.

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