Always been curious about living a vegan lifestyle but don’t know where to start? Or simply looking for a reliable place to shop for all your vegan needs?
If you’re a vegan or vegetarian, you won't have much of a problem looking for Asian dishes that will suit your diet. There are tons of delicious and easy-to-make Asian recipes that are plant-based! On top of this, Asian-based seasonings can definitely add color and flavor to your usual vegan meal. All you need is a creative view on food, an excitable palate, and all the high-quality Asian ingredients from the right source.
At Karman Foods, you can get your top Asian vegan needs curated for your choosing, delivered right at your doorstep. Most of these items are also available in bulk, so you’ll never run out of flavorful recipes to try out! Vegan food doesn’t have to be intimidating or hard to prepare. Once you remove yourself from this mindset, you can open yourself up to a lifestyle that’s helpful for the Earth. Here are some ingredients to help you get started:
Let’s start with something light and snackable! If you’re one of those who thought that a vegan diet is a bland and boring diet, think again. Annie Chun’s line of roasted seaweed snacks are seasoned with various flavorings like sea salt, sesame, wasabi, gochujang, and even layered with extra crispy brown rice chips. Apart from its addictive taste, a pack only has 80 calories which gives you all the freedom to indulge in these oven-baked goodies.
Vegans can have a good barbeque too! Add a taste of smoky and tangy goodness to your favorite tofu salad or vegetable stir-fry with Sky Valley’s Vegan and Gluten-Free Barbeque Sauce. As a Korean barbeque sauce, it should have a distinct heat to it. That’s why this sauce has ginger puree and jalapeno peppers in its list of ingredients that can spice up your vegan dishes.
A vegan meal can be as filling as a non-vegan one! Your favorite restaurant’s delicious and satisfying pho, spring rolls, pad thai, and other noodle salads can all be vegan with the right ingredients. But as your base, we highly recommend Annie Chun’s Maifun Rice Noodles for that delightful bouncy texture and 190 calorie lightness in the stomach.
The taste of beef teriyaki is undeniably irresistible. Fret not because you have vegan-free alternatives readily available. Coconut Secret’s Teriyaki Sauce uses the versatile coconut tree sap and combines it with ingredients that make teriyaki so delicious, including salt, ginger, onion, garlic, and cayenne pepper. Infuse some teriyaki flavors to your salads, noodles, and vegetable stir-fries for a guilt-free and filling vegan recipe.
We’ve talked about vegan selections but we also have gluten-free options. Coconut Secret’s seasonings use coconut sap and hand-harvested sea salt to produce soy-free soy sauce. If you’re still worried about this flavorful seasoning can mess up your diet, this seasoning sauce is 100% organic, gluten-free, non-GMO, vegan, MSG-free, contains 17 amino acids, and has a low glycemic score that’s especially helpful for diabetic individuals. Go ahead, boost your vegan dishes’ flavors, because you deserve only the best tasting food.