I took a photo because it looked unique, but this actually turned out to be pretty disgusting.
Quorn has long been renowned for making vegetarian meat made from mycoprotein, which is derived from fungus.
Quorn is normally vegetarian and not vegan because it contains egg whites. However, recently Quorn has produced a number of vegan products that are now available at Woolworths around Australia.
Quorn Vegan Nuggets are made in the United Kingdom and are free from soy. The ingredients are below.
My verdict on the product after eating it is that it is too dry, although eating it with avocado seems to help as it adds creaminess.
It is deep in winter here in Melbourne and I am sick with a runny nose. I also cough all the time. It is flu and cold season.
I have coped with the sickness simply by drinking green tea, which I found to help with help. Matcha tea in particular seems to help.
Another common treatment for the cold is olive leaf extract, which is also vegan. I simply mix olive leaf extract with warm water and drink it.
As far as throat lozenges go, I have discovered that some Codral variants are vegan. It is thankfully fully labelled on Codral’s website. I have been taking Codral Sore Throat Lozenges Soothing + Menthol Flavour, which is vegan.
The easiest way to see if something is vegan or not is to simply google it.
This is a great documentary by Radu on the problem of consuming meat.
Recently I purchased Now Foods Nutritional Yeast Powder from iHerb. The main benefit of nutritional yeast is that it is often high in B vitamins e.g. vitamin B12. You could easily take pills to get vitamin B12, but I found that nutritional yeast (also known as “nooch”) is much tastier. For example, nutritional yeast sprinkled on baked beans tastes very good.
I went to the State Library over the weekend. I love the State Library. I love the atmosphere of the place. Most of the libraries near where I live are filled with weirdos, senior citizens, or high school kids, but the State Library is pretty much all filled with university students, and these people are usually very quiet and hardworking. I’ve also seen lots of digital nomads at the State Library as well.
I love how, when I walk out of the State Library, there is a yard where people play chess and then there are student lying on the grass. It’s a very lively place. All around are residential skyscrapers, so it feels like a youthful oasis in the middle of the city. I love it.
Anyway, I arrived at the State Library at around 11 a.m. and I left at around 5 p.m. so that meant I was working for about six hours straight! I was a bit sore from it all, but I was able to do all this work without taking a lunch break simply because I had a bottle of Aussielent RTD on me, and I was sipping on it the whole time. Pretty much whenever I felt hungry, I took a sip. There is no break for lunch or dinner. I just drink when I was hungry. After I was done with it, I threw the bottle in the recycling bin. It is very convenient. No more expensive meals, no cooking, no cleaning. I started drinking Aussielent RTD a few days ago. At first I drank Aussielent Body, which is a powdered version of the meal replacement shake, but the problem with this powdered version is that it didn’t taste good and it also wasn’t convenient. Having to mix powder with water is so inconvenient that I couldn’t bring the product to work or, in this case, to the library.
Aussielent RTD is in self-contained in a bottle, so you don’t need to mix it with anything. When I started drinking Aussielent RTD, I wasn’t a fan of the taste, but I think I’ve gotten used to the taste now, and I do like it. It is important, in my opinion, to keep it chilled in the refrigerator because warm Aussielent does not taste good!
One if the main problems with the taste of Aussielent RTD is that it feels like drinking paint. It has a very plastic and artificial taste.
Whenever I go to work or whenever I go out of the house, I throw a bottle of Aussielent RTD in my bag. It has very sturdy wrapping, so I don’t need to worry about leakages. Then when I am hungry, rather than waste $10 to $20 eating out, I drink one bottle of Aussielent RTD. If you bulk buy four bottles at once, each bottle of Aussielent RTD works out to be about $4 each, so if you take it to work and drink it for lunch you will save money because one bottle is about the cost of a latte (and about five times the calories).
Another benefit of Aussielent RTD is that it has been engineered to include all the nutrients you need to live, so you don’t need to worry about nutritional deficiencies.
Aussielent RTD can be purchased online via aussielent.com.au.