During my recent visit to India, I enjoyed reading Diabetes Health in Bengaluru. Thank you so much for so many great articles. These days many Americans are eating more plant-based food. According to American Diabetes Association, "plant-based diet (vegan diet) is naturally higher in fibre, much lower in saturated fat, and cholesterol-free. When fibre intake is greater than 50 grams per day on a vegan diet, it may help lower blood glucose levels". Every year the number of vegetarians and vegans is increasing in United States. Thanks to internet and You Tube, it is possible to see videos for making oats milk, soy yogurt and cashew cream. I often make semiya kheer and carrot halwa using homemade almond milk. I just soak almonds in boiling water for few minutes, and peel the almonds. I then blend the almonds with water to make almond milk. I use homemade almond milk to make everything from muffins to cakes and halwas to kheers. I use tofu instead of paneer to make palak paneer. Tofu burji tastes so much like egg burji. I hope Diabetes Health publishes more vegan recipes and raw vegan recipes brimming with taste and nutrients.