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  • Don’t worry....
Herbi’s meals will even satisfy the omnis in your life 😉😍.
Thanks for the feedback Teaghan 💚🙌🏾
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    @herbidoor

    Don’t worry....
    Herbi’s meals will even satisfy the omnis in your life 😉😍.
    Thanks for the feedback Teaghan 💚🙌🏾

  •  14  4  9 hours ago
  • Thanks to my love for the coconut bowl 💕🥭🍌🍓 Filled with mango, maca and kale blend ✌🏻
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    @veganfoodblogbyemily

    Thanks to my love for the coconut bowl 💕🥭🍌🍓 Filled with mango, maca and kale blend ✌🏻

  •  16  3  15 hours ago
  • In l❤ve with Certified Organic Leeks, try using them instead of onions, chop them up pop them in the oven and they go crunchy 😋. So many reasons to eat them:
1. HEART HEALTH
Numerous studies have demonstrated that vegetables belonging to the allium family can have a positive impact on blood pressure. Reducing blood pressure is very important to take the strain of the cardiovascular system and reducing the risk of stroke, heart disease, heart attack and atherosclerosis.
Another reason that leeks may protect your heart from future complications is that they may help reduce cholesterol levels in the blood.

2. ANTI-CANCER
As a member of the allium family, leeks are a great source of the allyl sulfides that research has showed can combat various types of cancer. The cancers that allyl sulfide can help protect against include prostate, colon and stomach cancer.

3. ANTIBACTERIAL
Garlic and onions have been well researched in terms of their antibacterial properties. Leeks contain the same compounds which make those other allium vegetables so effective in combating bacterial infection.

4. DIGESTIVE HEALTH
Leeks are actually a natural source of prebiotics. Prebiotics are the good type of bacteria that thrive in the digestive tract. They contribute to a healthy digestive system and are play an important role in the absorption of nutrients.
Eating leeks can help keep the stomach’s bacterial environment in balance, help to eliminate toxins and stimulate digestive fluids. All of these factors contribute to a healthy digestive system and can help improve overall health.

5. BONE HEALTH

Leeks can help keep your bones healthy and strong and reduce the risk of developing conditions like osteoporosis. They contain a good amount of calcium as well as magnesium both of which are vital to ensuring bone health.

6. BLOOD BOOSTER

leeks contain a good amount of iron which help prevent anemia and similar conditions. Symptoms of anemia stemming from iron deficiency include fatigue, headaches and general weakness. Leeks are also a good source of vitamin C which helps the
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    @gcorganicmarket

    In l❤ve with Certified Organic Leeks, try using them instead of onions, chop them up pop them in the oven and they go crunchy 😋. So many reasons to eat them:
    1. HEART HEALTH
    Numerous studies have demonstrated that vegetables belonging to the allium family can have a positive impact on blood pressure. Reducing blood pressure is very important to take the strain of the cardiovascular system and reducing the risk of stroke, heart disease, heart attack and atherosclerosis.
    Another reason that leeks may protect your heart from future complications is that they may help reduce cholesterol levels in the blood.

    2. ANTI-CANCER
    As a member of the allium family, leeks are a great source of the allyl sulfides that research has showed can combat various types of cancer. The cancers that allyl sulfide can help protect against include prostate, colon and stomach cancer.

    3. ANTIBACTERIAL
    Garlic and onions have been well researched in terms of their antibacterial properties. Leeks contain the same compounds which make those other allium vegetables so effective in combating bacterial infection.

    4. DIGESTIVE HEALTH
    Leeks are actually a natural source of prebiotics. Prebiotics are the good type of bacteria that thrive in the digestive tract. They contribute to a healthy digestive system and are play an important role in the absorption of nutrients.
    Eating leeks can help keep the stomach’s bacterial environment in balance, help to eliminate toxins and stimulate digestive fluids. All of these factors contribute to a healthy digestive system and can help improve overall health.

    5. BONE HEALTH

    Leeks can help keep your bones healthy and strong and reduce the risk of developing conditions like osteoporosis. They contain a good amount of calcium as well as magnesium both of which are vital to ensuring bone health.

    6. BLOOD BOOSTER

    leeks contain a good amount of iron which help prevent anemia and similar conditions. Symptoms of anemia stemming from iron deficiency include fatigue, headaches and general weakness. Leeks are also a good source of vitamin C which helps the

  •  19  1  17 August, 2019
  • Get up close and personal with our Tacos 🌮 Consist of lightly cooked corn tortilla, salsa medley, in house made hash browns, scrambled eggs, homemade hummus, habanero jam & vegan aioli — then all topped with wild rocket! All sourced as locally, and ethically as possible x
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    @themilkmansdaughter_gc

    Mermaid Beach, Queensland, Australia

    Get up close and personal with our Tacos 🌮 Consist of lightly cooked corn tortilla, salsa medley, in house made hash browns, scrambled eggs, homemade hummus, habanero jam & vegan aioli — then all topped with wild rocket! All sourced as locally, and ethically as possible x

  •  61  5  17 August, 2019
  • I truly believe that there would only be a small percentage of people that would harm animals intentionally, they are what’s called psychopaths usually.

However, whether you know it or not by purchasing animal products you are actually paying someone’s else to do the dirty work and harm the animal. 
Think about it, you may see it all pretty (🤮) in packaging at the supermarket and in the nice bottles of milk...all of those products are forms of torture, slavery, pain, rape and other unimaginable things, it’s ok I didn’t really think about it either—until someone planted a seed and I did start to think....
That moisturiser I was using-tested on animals....that shampoo-tested on animals....that chicken in my salad—-a harmless chicken that wanted nothing more than to love it’s own life.... What are we even doing??? How is this so OK???? It’s not, just because it’s normalised and accepted means absolutely nothing—-(coz I mean Trump is the US President so there’s my point)
My point on my page is to plant seeds in your minds to make you think about what you eat and where it comes from... I was where you were once too
😬🤙🏻💪🏼🌿🌱👌 Watch @wthfilm @dominion @cowspiracy @earthlings @forksoverknives 
#vegan #veganfood #veganlife #veganfacts #dairyisscary #goldcoastvegans #plantbased #plantsaredope #healthyfood #healthyliving #noheartdiseasehere
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    @__veganswithattitude__

    I truly believe that there would only be a small percentage of people that would harm animals intentionally, they are what’s called psychopaths usually.

    However, whether you know it or not by purchasing animal products you are actually paying someone’s else to do the dirty work and harm the animal.
    Think about it, you may see it all pretty (🤮) in packaging at the supermarket and in the nice bottles of milk...all of those products are forms of torture, slavery, pain, rape and other unimaginable things, it’s ok I didn’t really think about it either—until someone planted a seed and I did start to think....
    That moisturiser I was using-tested on animals....that shampoo-tested on animals....that chicken in my salad—-a harmless chicken that wanted nothing more than to love it’s own life.... What are we even doing??? How is this so OK???? It’s not, just because it’s normalised and accepted means absolutely nothing—-(coz I mean Trump is the US President so there’s my point)
    My point on my page is to plant seeds in your minds to make you think about what you eat and where it comes from... I was where you were once too
    😬🤙🏻💪🏼🌿🌱👌 Watch @wthfilm @dominion @cowspiracy @earthlings @forksoverknives
    #vegan #veganfood #veganlife #veganfacts #dairyisscary #goldcoastvegans #plantbased #plantsaredope #healthyfood #healthyliving #noheartdiseasehere

  •  11  0  17 August, 2019
  • I will never get over this beautiful slice of heaven hidden away in Naples and our MUCH deserved break
P.S. That's a real random person who walked in and played piano, and a second random person who walked in and decided to sing with her 😍✨
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    @emileefleg

    Naples, Italy

    I will never get over this beautiful slice of heaven hidden away in Naples and our MUCH deserved break
    P.S. That's a real random person who walked in and played piano, and a second random person who walked in and decided to sing with her 😍✨

  •  47  1  17 August, 2019
  • Cajun 😍 coated pumpkin and southern red beans! Hold on to your hats 🎩 as this ones bursting with flavour 🙌. Soul cook!!
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    @therusticbowl

    Cajun 😍 coated pumpkin and southern red beans! Hold on to your hats 🎩 as this ones bursting with flavour 🙌. Soul cook!!

  •  7  1  17 August, 2019
  • loads of cupcakes for caitlin’s 21st last weekend 🌸
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    @_bvked

    loads of cupcakes for caitlin’s 21st last weekend 🌸

  •  456  7  16 August, 2019
  • Which do you think he enjoyed more?
The sensory foam or 👉🏽 chickpea korma?

We think chickpea korma has to be up there as one of the best waste free meals!

You can basically use any veggies you like (curries are our go-to dish for when we need to use up random veggies that are starting to look a little less than fresh)
AND the juice strained from the can of chickpeas makes a taste safe sensory foam that the boys absolutely love!

See our stories for both recipes.
We’d love to know your go-to dishes or other #wastefree hacks 👇🏽
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    @_kindreds_

    Which do you think he enjoyed more?
    The sensory foam or 👉🏽 chickpea korma?

    We think chickpea korma has to be up there as one of the best waste free meals!

    You can basically use any veggies you like (curries are our go-to dish for when we need to use up random veggies that are starting to look a little less than fresh)
    AND the juice strained from the can of chickpeas makes a taste safe sensory foam that the boys absolutely love!

    See our stories for both recipes.
    We’d love to know your go-to dishes or other #wastefree hacks 👇🏽

  •  49  9  16 August, 2019

Top #goldcoastvegans Posts

  • More plant-based goodness from the amazing chefs at @eden_health_retreat 🌿 My experience at Eden was a seriously energy-shifting and mind-changing one ~ and I’m looking forward to sharing it all very soon in a vlog I made whilst I was there ✨
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    @amandaducks

    Eden Health Retreat

    More plant-based goodness from the amazing chefs at @eden_health_retreat 🌿 My experience at Eden was a seriously energy-shifting and mind-changing one ~ and I’m looking forward to sharing it all very soon in a vlog I made whilst I was there ✨

  •  835  12  13 hours ago
  • This morning’s breakfast:
✨ 1 frozen banana
✨ handful frozen raspberries
✨ a few frozen blackberries
✨ 1 tbsp @amazoniaco cacao coconut protein
✨ splash of home-made almond mylk
Blended & topped with:
✨ home-made choc granola
✨ fresh strawberries
✨ a whoooole lotta peanut butter

#ohheckyeah #eatmoreplants
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    @amandaducks

    Gold Coast, Queensland

    This morning’s breakfast:
    ✨ 1 frozen banana
    ✨ handful frozen raspberries
    ✨ a few frozen blackberries
    ✨ 1 tbsp @amazoniaco cacao coconut protein
    ✨ splash of home-made almond mylk
    Blended & topped with:
    ✨ home-made choc granola
    ✨ fresh strawberries
    ✨ a whoooole lotta peanut butter

    #ohheckyeah #eatmoreplants

  •  2,148  75  19 July, 2019
  • 🦋☀️ day four at @eden_health_retreat and it’s officially my favourite day so far!

This morning:
- 6:15am qi gong class
- nourishing plant-based brekky
- flying fox (heck yea!!)
- 55 minute Indian head massage

To look forward to:
- raise your vibration class
- nourishing plant-based dinner
- crystal bowl sound healing
- a beauuut nights sleep

I’m filming a YouTube video about my whole experience here & I can’t wait to share what I’ve learned and felt this week 💭💆🏼‍♀️🧚🏼‍♂️
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    @amandaducks

    Eden Health Retreat

    🦋☀️ day four at @eden_health_retreat and it’s officially my favourite day so far!

    This morning:
    - 6:15am qi gong class
    - nourishing plant-based brekky
    - flying fox (heck yea!!)
    - 55 minute Indian head massage

    To look forward to:
    - raise your vibration class
    - nourishing plant-based dinner
    - crystal bowl sound healing
    - a beauuut nights sleep

    I’m filming a YouTube video about my whole experience here & I can’t wait to share what I’ve learned and felt this week 💭💆🏼‍♀️🧚🏼‍♂️

  •  1,816  39  14 August, 2019
  • Fun fact: I used to haaaaate açaì bowls AND peanut butter... and now they’re two of my favourite foods in the world! 🤷🏼‍♀️ My taste buds have changed majorly over the (almost) 4 years that I’ve been vegan. Let me know down in the comments below: what’s a food that you used to hate and you now love?! 🧜🏼‍♀️✨ @amazoniaco
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    @amandaducks

    Gold Coast, Queensland

    Fun fact: I used to haaaaate açaì bowls AND peanut butter... and now they’re two of my favourite foods in the world! 🤷🏼‍♀️ My taste buds have changed majorly over the (almost) 4 years that I’ve been vegan. Let me know down in the comments below: what’s a food that you used to hate and you now love?! 🧜🏼‍♀️✨ @amazoniaco

  •  2,472  162  24 March, 2019