Cooking vegan may be challenging at first. It assumes a certain amount of kitchen experience, especially with vegetables. Although many adults grew up on soggy vegetables, these foods can be cooked in ways to keep them crisp and more appealing.
Going vegan requires planning meals and shopping economically, taking into account when seasonal prices are lowest for certain vegetables. New vegans should also begin with fruits and vegetables they like. Also, rather than taking on complex dishes, they should build a collection of simple recipes and slowly add new ones.
Finally, those who are ready to fully commit to veganism, should consider planting a garden. It need not be a large one, as even a short strip of tomatoes and peppers can yield an enjoyable harvest at a fraction of store costs.