### How to Go Vegan Without Losing Your Alpha Edge

Alright, listen up. The world’s changing, climate’s screaming at us, and suddenly, going green is the new black. But let’s get one thing straight – diving into veganism doesn’t mean you’ve got to lose your edge, your masculinity or femininity, or become one of those preachy types on social media. No, it’s about adaptation, evolution, and keeping your strength intact. You’re doing this on your terms. Let’s break it down, Slay Fitness style.

#### 1. **Understand Your ‘Why’**

First off, know why you’re making the switch. Is it for health? Environment? Animals? Whatever your reason, it’s got to be solid, something that resonates with your core. This isn’t about following a trend; it’s about redefining your dominance over your choices and your life. Your purpose fuels your willpower.

#### 2. **Protein Isn’t Just Meat**

One of the biggest myths out there is that the only way to get big and stay strong is by consuming meat. Wrong. The world’s got plenty of plant-based protein that’ll keep you jacked. Lentils, beans, tofu, and tempeh are just the start. The key? Variety. Keep your meals diverse, and your body will thank you.

#### 3. **Supplements Are Your Secret Weapon**

Let’s not kid ourselves; changing your diet means you’ll need to realign some nutrients. B12, Omega-3s, Iron. These are non-negotiable for keeping your body in top form. But hey, you wouldn’t step into the ring unprepared, would you? The same principle applies here.

#### 4. **Cook Like a Boss**

If you think going vegan means salads 24/7, you’ve been played. Vegan cooking is an art, and mastery of it is a clear sign of a leader. Learn to cook dishes that not only fuel your body but also impress. It’s an edge, trust me. Culinary skills are a covert form of dominance.

#### 5. **Fitness is Non-Negotiable**

Your diet’s changing, but the grind doesn’t stop. Your gym routine stays sacred. Plant-based or not, your body needs movement, your muscles demand work. It’s not just about looking good; it’s about feeling powerful, in control. Adapt your diet, but let your fitness goals soar even higher.

#### 6. **Redefine Your Circle**

Surround yourself with people who get it. You’re on a mission to reinvent, to better yourself while sticking to your principles. Ditch the naysayers and find a tribe that respects the hustle, regardless of dietary choices.

#### 7. **Lead, Don’t Preach**

Finally, embody the change you’ve chosen. Inspire by example, not by shoving your choices down others’ throats. The moment you show you can maintain your strength, your edge, and your identity, while respecting the planet and its creatures, you’re not just a man; you’re a leader.

Going vegan isn’t about losing yourself. It’s about finding a stronger, more adaptable version of you. It’s about leading with conviction and showing the world that strength isn’t just physical; it’s the courage to stand by your choices and redefine what power truly means.

Rise above, adapt, and let your actions rove the kind of man you are.

If you want to go vegan but have no idea where to start, then this ‘’1 Month Vegan Challenge’’ includes everything you need

1️⃣ or 2️⃣? Which #recipe would you try?👇

1️⃣ Tangerine Oat Milk Jelly 🍊🤍 only 3 ingredients and super allergen friendly!

3 sumo citurs or other tangerine
1 teaspoon agar agar powder
1/2 cup cold water
1 cup evaporated oat milk

– In a sauce pan, combine the agar agar with cold water, transfer onto the stove;
– Bring the mixture to a gentle boil while continue stirring, agar agar has to be brought to boil in water for it to completely dissolve and set properly later! This is very important, make sure all the powder is well dissolved in the clear liquid before adding anything with color;
– Slowly pour in the oat milk, keep stirring till mixed evenly;
– Peel your tangerine, and thread three together with a chopstick, place vertically in a mold of your choice, I re-used a plastic bottle;
– Hold the citrus in place with the chopstick, slowly pour in the oat milk and agar agar mixture;
– Once you’ve filled the liquid to the top, take out the chopstick, and fill the hole with the mixture as well;
– Let it cool down for 20 minutes before transferring to the fridge, refrigerate for at least one hour;
– Once the jelly is set, take it out of the mold, cut into 1/2 inch slices, enjoy!

2️⃣ Pumpkin Dango 🎃 or Mochi Sticky Rice Balls glazed with Sweet & Spicy Gochujang sauce 🌶️🤤

Use up your leftover pumpkins for these chewy, soft, pillowy pumpkin sticky rice balls inspired by the Japanese dango! 🍡🥰 they have such a dreammm texture plus the rice balls only have THREE ingredients! 🤌🏼 they’re GF and sugar free too

You can eat them straight up or up the flavor game even more by making a serving sauce 🔥 I made a sweet & spicy gochujang glaze and it goes with the hearty, naturally sweet pumpkins so well

120 g pumpkin
120 g glutinous rice flour

For the green part-
1 tbsp glutinous rice flour
1/4 tsp matcha
1 tbsp water

For the sauce-
2 garlic clove
1 tbsp gochujang
1/2 tbsp soy sauce
1 tbsp coconut amino
1-2 tbsp water

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Let's get one thing straight - diving into veganism doesn't mean you've got to lose your edge, your masculinity, or become one of those preachy types on social media. No, it's about adaptation, evolution, and keeping your strength intact. You're doing this on your terms

Diving into veganism doesn't mean you've got to lose your edge

Tangerine Oat Milk Jelly

Mochi Sticky Rice Balls glazed with Sweet & Spicy Gochujang sauce

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