Vegan Catering in Baltimore
Cuisine Catering is a new venture by Zeffert and Gold that encapsulates the fresh, quality, food that you love with a completely plant-based,
For over 25 years, our parent company has served the Baltimore area with quality, exceptional service, and fresh food. Now, we’re bringing the same quality and service, with a Vegan twist.
Veganism is on the rise. In 2020, there was a 40% increase in the number of Vegans worldwide. As more people become environmentally conscious, as well as health conscious, there’s a greater demand for quality Vegan food that the entire guest list will enjoy. Contact Cuisine Catering (LINK TO CONTACT PAGE) for all of your Vegan Catering needs.
Cuisine Catering is proudly plant-based, with no dairy, meat, or animal byproducts. We focus on local, fresh ingredients, sustainable food practices,
What is Veganism?
Veganism is much more than a diet, it’s a philosophy. Vegans omit meat, poultry, seafood, dairy, and any animal byproducts from their diet. According the Vegan Society, Vegans oppose all forms of exploitation and cruelty of animals for any purpose including food, clothing products, and household items. Vegans have a passion for animal life and uphold animals as worthy of respect and dignity but that isn’t the only reason: there are a multitude of health benefits that come from a vegan diet.
Benefits of a Vegan Diet
On top of minimizing the exploitation and abuse of animals, veganism provides a host of health benefits to vegans who adhere to a strict vegan diet. According to Doctors, a vegan diet can:
• Promote Weight Loss
• Reduce the risk of heart disease
• Lower the risk of certain cancers
• Help to manage diabetes
In order to ensure peak health, many vegans find new ways of incorporating vitamins and minerals into their diet. Instead of eating red meat for iron, black-eyed peas, certain vegetables, and dried fruits are an excellent source of iron. Veganism is a perfectly healthy way to eat but just like many diets, it must be balanced. A healthy Vegan diet will consist of whole grains, fruits, vegetables, beans, peas, nuts, and seeds. It may also consist of meat substitutes.