Enjoy A Hassle-Free Transition With Plant Sumo's Plant-Based Meals For Picky Eaters

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For picky eaters that want to transition to a healthier lifestyle, a plant-based diet is a way to go. However, most people struggle to transition as plant-based meals are typically seen as bland and boring.

Here at Plant Sumo, we’re proud to say that we are breaking that stereotype. We serve healthy vegan meals that are delicious enough that you won’t even notice they are vegan! Most of our meals are vegan alternatives to your favorite meals, from pasta to rice meals. 

Curious about the taste? Place an order today!

Incorporating Vegan Diet As A Picky Eater

Are you a fussy eater who wants to go vegan but is concerned that you won’t have anything to eat? We’ve got you covered.

People frequently worry that there won’t be any delicious food when considering being vegan. If you consider that just 5% of the menu options at a restaurant are vegan, you might assume that this is also true of all vegan food.

But we assure you that is not the case. There is a ton of delicious vegan cuisine. The best part is that you’ve probably never tried most of them. The potential of a plant-based diet is enormous.

It is possible to become a vegan, regardless of whether you introduce your children to a vegan diet or eat like a child. Even the pickiest eaters can easily adopt the vegan lifestyle with the help of this basic and step-by-step guide.

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Assess Yourself

To different people, the terms “picky eater” and “fussy eater” can have different connotations. Typical vegan meals for picky eaters include items that some people will enjoy and others won’t.

Some individuals will only consume bland foods. Others have a texture aversion and cannot tolerate anything that contains pieces or a sauce. Some people prefer odorless food, while others only consume a small selection of familiar and reliable dishes. As a picky eater, your first step should be to examine your diet and determine what it is about particular foods you dislike.

List All The Foods You Like

The second step is to concentrate on the positives by making a list of all the foods you enjoy and enjoy eating with a pen and paper. The list is probably longer than you initially thought. Add food to the list if you only enjoy it when it is prepared or presented a certain way. Don’t worry about the specifics right now.

Split Your List Into Vegan And Not Vegan

You now have a list of foods that you enjoy eating. Mark each item to indicate whether it is vegan or not next to it. Some of these will be obvious, like the fact that tuna is not vegan and apples are. However, you can put some foods on a “maybe” list. For instance, depending on the components used to produce them, some cookie brands are vegan, and others are not. Google the item in question to learn whether it is vegan or not. This knowledge will be very helpful.

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Google The Vegan Alternative

Google will become your best buddy as a new vegan. You should use it to find easy vegan versions of foods you enjoy and research whether something is vegan. You might be surprised to learn that almost any cuisine you imagine has a vegan equivalent. Likes tuna? Dislike chickpeas? Without a doubt, you should try “chickpea tuna.”

Vow To Try One New Food Everyday

When you look up recipes, you’ll discover some ingredients are to your taste. Don’t disregard these recipes, though. Make a promise to yourself that for a month, you will try one new food every day. If you don’t like it, try making it again but replace the undesirable ingredient with something you enjoy.

Why Not Go For Our Plant-Based Meals For Picky Eaters?

From the guide above, you should easily transition to a vegan diet. However, if you struggle to meal prep, cook, or run grocery shopping, you can rely on us instead. 

Here at Plant Sumo, we help picky eaters like you easily transition to a plant-based diet by providing ready-to-eat meals. No preparation is needed. We also give a choice to have them delivered weekly with our weekly subscription boxes. 

For picky eaters like you, we’ve listed some of our favorite meals that we know you’ll like too! Who knows? Maybe your list of favorite foods has alternatives in our list!

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All About Da Katsu

Love eating pork tonkatsu? Well, who doesn’t like pork tonkatsu? 

Lucky you, here at Plant Sumo, we have our very own plant-based version of katsu. You’ll go crazy about our katsu–a succulent aubergine topped with crisp, golden panko breadcrumbs, seasoned in real miso, and served with the softest Cali jasmine rice. Our star ingredient, a divine loaded pepper and potato katsu sauce is slathered all over this gleaming dish.

Bringing Back Da Mac

Mac and cheese. Everyone’s comfort food. Plant Sumo is bringing “Back Da Mac” with our own inventive, decadent, and plant-based spin. Our vegan mac and cheese is a creamy mixture of pureed pumpkin and garlic, hot mustard grains, and sweet shallots, which gives the traditional macaroni shell a kick.

Salsa State Burrito

Without a doubt, a burrito should be included on your list. We have it here! The star of the show is a delicious wheat wrap filled with refried red kidney beans, smoked paprika, roasted peppers, sweet red onion, and salsa made of tangy coriander, cherry tomatoes, and red onions.

A healthy meal that the whole family will love!

Marinara V Balls

Looking for a meatball pasta vegan alternative? We got you. This meatless meal is a flavorful mix of seitan, tofu, cannelloni beans, and mushroom, delicately cooked with whole-wheat penne pasta in a rich red arrabbiata sauce.

Looking for more? Book a call today and see what we can do.

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Plant Sumo And Picky Eaters Work Better Together

Whether you’re a picky eater or not, if you gradually ease yourself into a vegan lifestyle, it’s frequently the simplest and most successful in the long run. So if you stray, come to us, and we’ll help you get back on track.

Transitioning to a vegan diet is made easier with Plant Sumo. Find your favorite comfort foods with our vegan alternatives–and if you have specific food you like, let us know, and we’ll see what we can do!

What are you waiting for? Call us today.


Absolutely not. Even though our meals are prepared with vegetarians and vegans in mind, everyone can enjoy our meals, even picky eaters who are looking for healthier alternatives.

A frozen dinner will keep its best quality for about 9 months in the freezer if properly stored, but it will usually be safe to eat after that.

While many claim frozen meals are less healthy than fresh meals, our frozen meals here at Plant Sumo are 100% healthy. The foods we serve are 100% plant-based and contain fewer preservatives, which is healthier than other alternatives.