My Vegan Menu Announces New Website With Daily Vegan Recipes

My Vegan Menu's new website comes with a vast collection of inexpensive vegan recipes from starter to advanced level.

London, United Kingdom - October 13, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

Even PETA or the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals have noted how some of the more obscure vegan foods are often more expensive than meat or fish, which poses a challenge to those who want to shift to a vegan diet.

But online company My Vegan Menu is aiming to change all that with the launch of its new website which can be found here https://myvegan.menu. The best thing is that the website owners won’t share any recipe they haven’t tried themselves. That means subscribers and aspiring vegans can impress their friends and families because whatever recipe posted on the site is vetted for good taste.

The website is just a few months old but it has already shared well over 50 delicious recipes to its subscribers.

My Vegan Menu works by combing the internet for the best vegan recipes, and then make their own version of it. The main purpose is to cut out the time that people spend finding recipes without knowing if they are any good or not. It’s really for people on the go who are forced to buy unhealthy fast food for lack of time and even budget.

Its chefs can also customize vegan recipes from the suggestions of its subscribers, which is invaluable especially if people are allergic to any of the ingredients in the menu already featured in the website. In addition, the website has become a platform for its subscribers to share all their homemade recipes. These include recipes that were handed down from generation to generation by their great grandparents.

The company also announced its vegan recipe newsletter so subscribers won’t ever miss a new recipe ever again. The newsletter, which is emailed to subscribers every Friday, contains all the vegan recipes for the particular week.

Browse through its catalogue of vegan recipes at the My Vegan Menu website https://myvegan.menu/. From simple preparation to complex veggie cuisine, the company will help make its subscribers look like veteran cooks in no time at all. We also have a thriving Facebook page which is growing day by day so why not join that to get recipes before anybody else does - https://www.facebook.com/MyVeganMenu/

Contact Info:
Name: Matthew Pont
Email: Send Email
Organization: My Vegan Menu
Address: 30 Bremner Avenue, Horley, Surrey, RH6 8EP
Phone: +44(0)7967 722597

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