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This 16-year-old is showing the world how amazing vegan food can really be

@naturally.jo via Instagram

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It’s no secret: vegan food’s earned itself a bad rap for being unappetizing. But one 16-year-old Instagram user is out to prove that vegan food can in fact be beautiful. @naturally.jo (a.k.a. Jose) has captured the beauty of everything from vegan berry-covered smoothie bowls and cheese-less cheesecakes to brownies and popsicles — and boy does it all look stunning. Because according to Jose, “life is too short to eat boring food.”

You might not be a huge fan of fruits and vegetables, but you’ll probably crave them at least a little after seeing these spectacular dishes.

How about some breakfast in a Mason jar? Jose uses chia pudding, natural food colouring agents like blue vanilla and blueberry for the purple, banana slices and frozen berries for this masterpiece.

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Or perhaps you’re a little tired of the Mason jar trend and feel like moving onto something a little more… interstellar. Well it’s your lucky day! You’ve got to check out the galaxy popsicles Jose made using coconut milk, coconut nectar, butterfly pea tea and blueberry juice.

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And then, of course, there are a whole slew of irresistible smoothie bowls:

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…and smoothie coconut bowls.


Chocolate cake that looks like it probably tastes better than non-vegan chocolate cake.

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And then there are incredible-looking dinners.

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Vegan food has most definitely been underestimated.

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