5 vegan foodies to follow online

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Need some vegan cooking inspiration? Here are the top five vegan foodies that you can follow online. 

  1. Tanya Alekseeva: Tanya is the brilliant mind behind the recipe for Curried Raw Sun Burgers, which are truly delicious! If you’re in the UK or making a trip there sometime soon (or are just looking for an excuse to get over there), Tanya’s workshops and retreats are a must. Where else can you master Italian Cuisine or Handmade Chocolates... all of which are vegan and completely raw?! If you can’t escape to London, find Tanya online at Better Raw where she shares recipes, as well as interviews, and healthy living tips. (Am I too old to ask for her adorableChocolate Tortoise Cake for my next birthday?)
  2. Mara Tyler: When I started eating vegan I found that I was spending a lot more time prepping food and despite no longer buying expensive meat and cheese, was still spending a bundle on groceries. Mara claims this needn’t be so on her appropriately named blog Cheap & Simple Vegan Recipes. She’s master of single pot meals, a tad sarcastic, and hates all things pretentious when it comes to food... basically the kind of gal I’d love to have cooking with me anytime! She’s also a whiz when it comes to veganizing common ingredients like buttermilk... this is genius!
  3. Katie Higgins: Katie’s Deep Dish Cookie Pie landed third place in the contest, and for very good reason. It’s a recipe that defies all logic: combine white beans and chocolate, make into a cake, and by some miracle it’s utterly delicious. Seriously, I’m embarrassed to admit how many times I’ve made this dessert in the last month. The cookie pie is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Katie's creative and chocolate-covered concoctions. Visit Chocolate-Covered Katie, the blog where she doesn’t just share phenomenal recipes but also her philosophy that we should all eat (healthy) desserts every day. I think she and I might just be kindred spirits!
  4. Barbara Musick: Barbara is a 30-something Coloradan who loves to cook and who challenges the idea that a vegan diet involves sacrificing the foods you love. She veganizes so many of my absolute favorite comfort foods like quesadillasMac n’ Cheese, and pizza. She's become my go-to for recipes when I'm cooking for an omnivore crowd who are hesitant to eat veg. Find her online at That Was Vegan?and you’ll soon understand what I mean.
  5. Hannah Kaminsky: Known as the “sweet vegan,” Hannah has answered my greatest fear when going vegan: what about ice cream? Her latest cookbook,Vegan À La Mode is the ultimate guide for recovering ice cream addicts like myself. I don’t just love Hannah’s blog BitterSweet for the recipes though, as divine as they may be – she’s also got a wicked sense of humor. Just check out her quirky photography project Inedible for a taste!

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Vegan Thanksgiving Song

This Thanksgiving Turkey Song was written by a VEGAN
philosophy student ... FUN!!!!! Wow!!!!!
Sure to get you in the mood for your vegan meal and takes up just 2 minutes of your time. A good one to email to friends/family and young vegans:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvIFDhZ3Ejw

Vegan Thanksgiving Song

This Thanksgiving Turkey Song was written by a VEGAN
philosophy student ... FUN!!!!! Wow!!!!!
Sure to get you in the mood for your vegan meal and takes up just 2 minutes of your time. A good one to email to friends/family and young vegans:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvIFDhZ3Ejw

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