Additional Resources

Years ago being vegan was rare. Many people did not even know what the word meant. However now in 2018, veganism is a fairly common lifestyle to come across. Because of it’s growth over the years the amount and variety of resources is also growing, which is so amazing to see! When Katherine first went vegan, she was doing it blindly. She did not have anyone telling her about the necessity of B12 or the fact that you can get protein from so many amazing plant-based sources. She didn’t know that tofu could taste absolutely amazing when cooked properly or that there was such a thing as vegan pizza, and that it would taste so good. Now there are so many amazing resources for vegans, and we are both glad to see it.

Since there are so many resources now, we enter a different problem. Which ones are good? How do you find them all? What is each good for? That’s where our resource page comes in! Along with our new blog section called ‘How to Vegan‘ we have complied a list of all our favourite vegan resources, from amazing YouTubers to binge-worthy films.

We would love to know if we are missing any amazing resources. Be sure to leave us a comment with some of your favourite vegan resources and why.



Two Market Girls

Hot For Food

Edgy Veg

Caitlin Shoemaker

Sweet Simple Vegan

The Viet Vegan

Cheap Lazy Vegan



Love Wild Live Free

Oh She Glows

Vegan Richa

Minimalist Baker

Sprouted Kitchen

This Rawsome Vegan Life

Pickles & Honey

I Love Vegan

Hell Yeah It’s Vegan!



The China Study by T. Colin Campbell

Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer

How Not to Die by Michael Gregor

The Food Revolution by John Robbins

Animal Liberation by Peter Singer



Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking

The Oh She Glows Cookbook

Oh She Glows Everyday

The Rawsome Vegan Cookbook

Vegan Street Food

The Love & Lemons Cookbook

Thug Kitchen

Food52 Vegan

The First Mess Cookbook

My New Roots

The Homemade Vegan Pantry

Vegan Comfort Classics

Vegan 100






Forks Over Knives

What the Health

Food Choices

Food Inc.

Hungry For Change

Food Matters