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Top 10 Best Vegan Blogs of 2019

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In search of the best vegan blogs? We’ve compiled a list of our favorite vegan blogs of 2019 for you to use as a departure point when searching for vegan food blogs. Enjoy!

Ginny Kay McMeans’ Vegan In The Freezer

Some blogs feel a bit, well… corporate.

There’s so much money in vegan food now that a lot of vegan blogs have lost the personal touch.

Not Ginny Kay McMeans’ Vegan In The Freezer, though.

It still feels absolutely like it’s run by a woman who cares about her mission and her food.

Her recipes are always freezer friendly because she gets that a modern family hasn’t always got to time to cook every day.

Our favorite concoction by Ginny Kay McMeans is her Dairy-Free Strawberry Smoothie which is spectacular!


Nora Taylor’s Nora Cooks

There is no doubt that veganism is the rising star of the modern food scene.

Nora Cooks was launched in 2016 to help cater to the growing vegan movement.

Nora wants to create vegan recipes that everyone loves even picky kids and meat eaters.

Her blog offers more than just recipes and you’ll find a nice e-book, helpful articles about growing food, prepping food, shopping for food and more.

She says that her vegan stuffed jumbo shells with spinach is one of her most popular recipes and we can see why, it rocks


Annie Oliverio’s An Unrefined Vegan

If Vogue made a vegan blog, it would probably look just like An Unrefined Vegan.

This is not just about food but it’s food with style.

Annie’s given up office work in search of a simpler more satisfying life.

She’s found it in telling the world about unbleached, unprocessed and cruelty-free meal options.

She says she spends her life dreaming of new ways to make food exciting and delicious.

Try her oil-free curried couscous and vegetable salad. It’s the perfect light lunch when you need a quick energy boost but don’t want to eat unhealthily.


Sarah’s Fried Dandelions

Don’t worry, this isn’t some bizarre food fad blog that will have you digging up your flower beds in order to eat them.

Sarah’s Fried Dandelions is a deliciously practical approach to vegan cookery with an emphasis not just on taste but also the appearance of your meals.

Everything that Sarah touches is simply a visual treat and that makes it much easier to sell vegan food to your kids.

Take this wonderful recipe for vegan garlic bread, that’s something that you’d think would be awful but actually, it’s great. Try it.


J L Fields’ JL Goes Vegan

JL Fields is one of the most rounded food bloggers that we’ve ever encountered.

On top of blogging you’ll find her running education programs, creating meal plans, writing books, working as a personal chef, public speaking, coaching other chefs and much more!

As you can imagine this makes her one of the most knowledgeable chefs around when it comes to vegan cookery and her blog JL Goes Vegan is brilliant for it.

Try her Spanish Rice recipe and you’ll soon fall in with J L Field’s cookery.


Melissa King’s Whole Food Life

Mellissa King is the brains behind the Whole Food Life blog site but her husband Marcus helps out too.

He creates some of the savory dishes they recommend and he’s in charge of the technical side of things too.

However, it’s Melissa who does most of the heavy lifting when it comes to great vegan recipes and it’s her name on the cookbook that she promotes.

If you’d like to know more about her culinary genius check out her flourless salted caramel chocolate chip cookies and marvel at how good being vegan can be!


Faith Vandermolen’s The Conscientious Eater

Faith started eating “right” at college and ever since she’s been determined to share her passion for vegan food with the wider world.

She’s the author of PlantBiased: A Beginner’s Guide to Eating a More Plant Based Diet and she’s the owner The Conscientious Eater too.

She went vegan in 2013 and says that she’s never looked back. She attributes being able to manage her cholesterol as directly related to her healthy eating practices.

We think you’d be best off starting with her “The best savory vegan breakfast sandwich” and then continuing on to lunch and dinner too.


Marly McMillen Beelman’s Namely Marly

Marly has had an unusual journey to vegan food blogger.

She started out in the cut throat corporate world and attained an MBA!

Now, she’s all about her blog Namely Marly and doing good works in her community.

She’s qualified in cookery by Rouxbe Cooking School too.

She says she’s a “secular vegan” who wants to help everyone reach a healthier place in life.

We think everyone should try her best healthy vegan strawberry banana bread recipe even if they’re not vegan.


Nada’s One Arab Vegan

It’s nice to know that the vegan movement is more than just some very motivated American women.

Nada’s a Bahraini based Egyptian with an absolute passion for vegan food.

What makes her so interesting is that all her meals have an Arabic twist.

We love Arabic food at Kitchen Authority and think it’s one of the world’s most underrated cuisines.

One Arab Vegan is witty, charming and packed with useful advice and tips. You have to check it out.

Go for her Vegan Makloubeh and you’ll find yourself staying for more!


Belinda’s The White Chestnut

Belinda is based in Spain and has been blogging since March 2015 and sharing her passion for the vegan lifestyle.

She says it gives her more energy to bring inspiration to others and help them care for their health and their bodies.

She has a strong emphasis on fresh ingredients and lauds the colors, varieties and flavors available to us all.

In addition to recipes, her site also offers a ton of interesting vegan beauty tips!

We recommend that you check out her vegan empanadas with chorizo because they’re amazing!

1 Comment

  1. Emese October 6, 2019

    Great list! I also has a vegan gluten-free blog together with my husband. He cooks, I bake. You’re welcome to take a look. It is called My Pure Plants.

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