Think Vegan, Drink Vegan: Ethical Beverages With A Touch Of Fun

If you’ve been living the life of a vegan for a long time, you’ve probably experienced the turmoil which can come with choosing something like a drink. Restaurants, stores, and businesses have all started to work very hard to provide for people with these sorts of requirements, but will seldom consider the drinks which they provide. Of course, though, you want to live an entirely vegan life; not one which is just based around food. To help you out with this, this post will be helping you to find and choose your favorite vegan beverages, while adding a touch of fun to this part of your diet.

Water

For a lot of vegans, water is the go-to in restaurants and at home, as it’s very easy to make sure that this sort of drink is free from animal products. Of course, though, water is bland, and not everyone likes the stuff, making it hard to spend a life dedicated to drinking it. Fruit is a great way to improve this. Water with lime, lemon, and loads of other fruits can be made from home, or, if you’re feeling lazy, can be bought as a premade drink. Giving you the chance to enjoy a healthy vegan beverage, without having to deal with a lack of taste, this sort of product is great for anyone with a sweet tooth.

Booze

When you want to go on a night out with friends, drinking as a vegan can be a very challenging task. Very few drinks companies will label their booze with ingredients, and the bar staff at the venues you visit are unlikely to know what is safe. With loads of drinks like this containing animal products, this can make it impossible to know what you’re able to have, leaving some people to not drink at all. To solve this issue, several organizations have started to build online directories which cover this side of the world of drinking. Using tools like this, it’s nice and easy figure out whether or not you can safely try a beverage when you’re out and about.

Hot Drinks

Finally, as the last part of this, it’s time to think about hot drinks. At home or in a coffee shop, it isn’t always easy to get your hands on your favorite style of coffee, tea, or even hot chocolate. Thankfully, over the last few years, milk alternatives have seen a huge rise in popularity thanks to both the vegan movement and people looking to improve their health. This has opened the doors to a huge range of businesses keeping options like oat, almond, and coconut milk in stock; you only have to ask for them!

Hopefully, this post will inspire you to start working harder to find drinks which fall in line with your life choices. It’s becoming easier to live life as a vegan, but a lot of people are still noticing the challenges. It will only be a few years until this sort of lifestyle is much simpler to live.

Rima Danielle Jomaa

Fuego Lodge Rd, Santa Teresa

Rima Danielle Jomaa is from Los Angeles, and now lives and works in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica where she manages a hotel, restaurant, and yoga program full-time. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT# 82229) and has an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University. She is a certified yoga instructor, and received her certification from Alexandria Crow and Heather Seiniger from YogaWorks in Pacific Palisades, California. While in private practice, Rima practices Reiki energy healing, utilizes hypnotherapy, and guides others through mindfulness and meditation. Rima gives clients the tools and skills to reclaim their health, happiness, and freedom.

Rima lives her life as an example for her clients and students. She is interviewed regularly in the mediaon a variety of topics. Please contact Rima regarding modeling or writing for your brand, or to collaborate on retreats, workshops, marketing, and other opportunities.