10 Vegan Blogs You Should Probably Know by Now

Struggling on your way to Veganism? If the variety of dishes is the problem, remember that preventing the exploitation of animals is not the only reason for becoming a vegan – It gives you so much more – energy, better skin and better soul too (nothing like a clean conscious to that fresh looks). Many people think vegan food is the obstacle on the road to a plant base diet, but the truth is, there are many great recipes out there. These amazing blogs could help you go all the vegan way!

1. Vegan Richa

Vegan Richa is a well-known vegan blog of delicious and ingenious vegan versions of classic Indian recipes. Richa Hingle is the award winning blogger, and photographer behind this blog. Her instructions are so easy to follow and you could almost smell the rich ingredients popping out from the photos.

Must try: Samosa Wraps – Spiced Potato Chickpea Chutney Burrito

2. Post Punk Kitchen / Isa Chandra

Isa Chandra Moskowitz, is the famed cookbook author behind this classic blog, that is bringing home-style vegan recipes – over a decade.

Must try: Homemade Grapeseed Mayonnaise

3. Oh She glows

Angela is the author of the NYT Bestseller “Oh She Glows Cookbook”. Oh She Glows is an award-winning recipe blog featuring over 500 healthy recipes inspiring you to embrace more plant-based foods in your diet without feeling the least bit deprived.

Must try: Triple Almond Energy Balls

 

4. Vegan Yack Attack

This all-vegan food blog covers a wide range of delicious and healthy recipes. The photos are great, and if you can’t decide what’s cooking today, you will probably find it there.

Must try: Down Home BBQ Burger

5. Fat-Free Vegan Kitchen

Susan Voisin is a vegan who loves and cooks good food. She creates delicious dishes made with whole foods and without added oil.

Must try: Fat-Free Dal Tadka

6. Healthy. Happy. Life

Kathy Patalsky is the jolly creator of the lifestyle blog “Healthy. Happy. Life.” (founded in 2007) and is the author of two cookbooks, “365 Vegan Smoothies” and “Healthy Happy Vegan Kitchen”. Kathy is also the founder of the popular blogger-fueled recipe website Finding Vegan, which has over a million followers on social media. She’s also the founder of findingvegan.com, a food sharing site for vegan recipes.

Must try: 5-Ingredient (No Cook!) Tomato Soup

7. Minimalist Baker

Dana is the recipe developer, content creator, and food photographer behind Minimalist Baker – The blog was established in 2012, after two years of bogging in some form. Our best quote is her greeting words: “Hello! We share plant-based recipes requiring 10 ingredients or less, 1 bowl, or 30 minutes or less to prepare. All eaters are welcome.” Well, that’s a great copy!

Must try: Easy Probiotic-Cultured Vegan Cheese

8. The Vegan 8

Brandi began exploring a vegan diet to help her husband heal severe gout. She started her blog to share the sinful-tasting yet delicious vegan recipes she creates to support his health. All recipes on The Vegan 8 are vegan, gluten-free and contain less than eight ingredients, making vegan cooking a total breeze.

Must try: Ultimate Raw Cookie Dough Chocolate Fudge Cake

9. The First Mess

Stunning photos, amazing posts, and recipes, filled with whole ingredients. Lara lives in Ontario and is writing about cooking with natural, plant-based foods, eating seasonally, and sharing wholesome meals with the people in my life. Live simple – be happy.

Must try: Basil Tahini Pasta With Mushrooms & Busrt Tomatos 

10. One Arab Vegan

Nada (pronounced Ned-a) lives in the Kingdom of Bahrain. She describes herself as an aspiring chef, health foodie, fitness enthusiast, and animal lover. She writes about plant-based Middle Eastern food, as well as how to live a vegan lifestyle in a culture that doesn’t always embrace a plant-iful diet. Highly recommended!

Must try: Salted caramel date cake

 

 

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