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Top 50 most influential Vegan FB profiles to follow in 2015!

Top 50 most influential Vegan FB profiles to follow in 2015!

2015 starts with an incredible revelation: seems like each year more and more people are interested or at least curious about being vegan.

I’m a lifelong vegetarian, turned vegan 15 years ago. Back then, I had no idea there were other people in the world like me. I grew up in a small farm near the Portuguese coast surrounded by animals and nature.

I didn’t grow up in a vegetarian family. Actually, my father killed all our farm animals (in my innocent mind they were playful companions and pets). The trauma of having my companions constantly killed pushed me into being an incredibly intolerant child when it came to most animal products.

Growing up with the stigma of being the “kid who doesn’t eat like normal people” or “the kid with food issues” in a time and place where internet didn’t exist, no one had ever heard of the term “vegetarian” or “vegetarianism”, in a southern European culture where meat consumption was very heavy, was hard.

But I grew up healthy and became a vegan nomad, I’m been on a forever travel, sharing my stories with the world through my blog!

 

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The top 50 vegan facebook profiles, gather some of the most inspiring people, changing the way the world sees veganism. It was not an easy task to get so many amazing profiles together, but it was well worth it!

My goal is to honor and thank all these amazing vegan influencers, who have a strong presence in the Facebook community and bring to light profiles a bit less known.  So let’s share the love and get ready to follow these amazing world shakers!

I probably forgot many vegan inspiring profiles, please, let me know about them on the comment section so I can include them next year!

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TOP 50 VEGAN FACEBOOK PROFILES TO FOLLOW IN 2015!

 

 Peta – People for the ethical treatment of animals

 

PETA focuses its attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of animals suffer the most intensely for the longest periods of time: on factory farms, in the clothing trade, in laboratories, and in the entertainment industry. We also work on a variety of other issues, including the cruel killing of beavers, birds, and other “pests” as well as cruelty to domesticated animals.

 

One Green Planet

 

We are an independent publishing platform focused on sustainable food, animal/environmental protection, and cruelty-free/green living. If that’s not enough, we also just happen to be the biggest vegan/plant-based food and recipe site on the Internet.

 

Oh she glows

 

An award-winning vegan recipe website that will please vegans and omnivores alike. Hi, I’m Angela and this is my recipe blog where I celebrate my love for vegan food. In addition to being meat and dairy-free, most of my recipes are free of gluten, soy, and processed foods.

 

Vegan Richa

 

Eating Plants till we Photosynthesize. Breads, Indian, Creative Vegan Recipes with whole, organic and healthy Ingredients. Most Gluten-free , Soy-free.

 

Fat free Vegan

 

FatFree Vegan Kitchen is a food blog focusing on using natural, whole foods to create healthy recipes so Sinlessly Delicious that you’ll never miss the fat!

 

My whole Food Life

 

I am Melissa, a Boston transplant living in Dallas, Texas.  Welcome to my blog!  My husband Marcus and I are very into eating and living as healthy as possible to set a good example for our girls, Meadow (3) and Olive (2).  I have been a vegetarian for 16 years, but in May of 2012, we both became vegan.

 

Vegan Outreach

 

An organization working to end animal exploitation through the promotion of a vegan lifestyle.

 

Ordinary Vegan

 

I’m Nancy M – A free-spirited music loving girl who just wants everyone to get along. The movie, “Forks Over Knives” inspired me to live a vegan life. My hope is to inspire others by sharing my experiences, tips and recipes to make it as easy as possible for you to choose a a plant-based diet.

 

The simple Veganista

 

Hi, my name is Julie and I am the simple veganista. I began a vegan lifestyle in the early part of 2011 and haven’t looked back. Since then I have become passionate about creating healthy vegan dishes, some 100% raw, and sharing in hopes to inspire others.

 

Freelee the banana girl

 

Saving the Planet, one banana at a time.

 

My new roots

 

Welcome to My New Roots. Since October 2007, this blog has been the place for me to share the edible inspirations from my playtime in the kitchen, and my deep love for whole foods. The recipes and ideas you’ll find here revolve around my plant-based way of eating, and I hope that through the simple and delicious dishes I create, you too will discover a whole new world of flavour and nourishment.

 

The vegan woman

 

This website is for you – whether you’re a lifetime vegan, a newbie looking for support and information, or someone looking into Veganism as a lifestyle choice. The Vegan Woman is a positive place where we can share, learn, inspire and above all show how much fun and how rewarding it is to live a compassionate life!

 

This rawsome vegan life

 

A blog about mainly raw, always vegan recipes; and the awesome lifestyle that comes with eating plants.

You can call me Em. I eat raw plants because I love my body, the planet, and all beings. We are all equal and all-one! I want it to nourish my body and soul, work in harmony with the earth, and allow other earthlings their right for freedom. I find that raw, organic plants fit the bill pretty well.

 

Post punk Kitchen

 

A site for the Public Access Cable show The Post Punk Kitchen. Learn how to bake vegan cakes and make your own seitan.

 

Vegan Black Metal Chef

 

Vegan Black Metal Chef is the best vegan cooking show ever. Its a cooking show, but there is no talking. The episodes are set to a self made black metal cooking instructions.

The fast reason I tell people why I am vegan is that I do not believe in the exploitation of animals. Exploitation in this case means that the animal suffers for our benefit. Most animals raised for food live in what I would consider a darker hell than one even I could ever imagine.

 

No meat athlete

 

No Meat Athlete is about giving you tools, not preaching. We’re all about training tips, recipes, advice on how to transition, and the occasional dose of inspiration — so that even if now isn’t the time for you to start eating less meat (but especially if it is), you’ll know you’ve always got someone in your corner to help you out.

 

The lunchbox Bunch

 

Kathy is a top vegan food blogger. Her blog reaches millions of veg-curious individuals, each seeking delicious, cravable, fun, inspiring, plant-based recipes and vegan lifestyle advice. Though many of Kathy’s readers are not 100% vegan, her website is a resource for a diverse crowd of eaters and food lovers.

 

Will travel for vegan food

 

My name is Kristin and I L-O-V-E loveeee food. There are few things that I enjoy more than discovering new (to me) vegan restaurants. It’s true. Next to fooding-it-up I love to travel. What I look forward to the most is learning about different cultures and lifestyles.

 

Vegie head

 

Hi I’m Adele, effervescent founder of Vegiehead.com- a place where saucy, tempting recipes live and my inspiring words touch hearts. I’m an enlightening author and recipe evolutionist for people who want to enjoy more plant based recipes in their diet. I’m from Melbourne, Australia

 

Happy Cow

 

Free online vegetarian restaurant guide, sorted by country and region, providing vegetarian and vegan restaurant dining and health food store locations.

 

The minimalist baker

 

Minimalist Baker is a space for simple, delicious food. Wonderful, right?

All recipes require just 10 ingredients or less (sometimes 7), one bowl, or 30 minutes or less to prepare. While we aren’t strictly a vegan or gluten free blog, many of the recipes are special diet-friendly. We simply love experimenting in the kitchen and providing unique and enticing recipes.

 

Vegan mainstream

 

Vegan Mainstream provides marketing solutions to vegan and vegetarian businesses, as well as to those interested in incorporating more mindful practices and products into their brand. Our strategic marketing plans and services are not only fueled by our extensive experience, knowledge and expertise, but also by our passion to see conscious brands thrive.

 

Gluten free vegan girl

 

I am on a mission to make healthy, vegan and glutenfree cooking exciting, easy, affordable and above all: TASTY!

Hello there, my name is Solveig, and thank you so much for stopping by my blog! I created this blog on June 12, 2012, with the idea of sharing my own healthy gluten-free vegan recipes.

 

Allyson Kramer’s recipes

 

Healthy Easy Delicious Gluten-Free Vegan Vegetarian Recipes by Cookbook Author and Food Photographer Allyson Kramer.

 

Fragrant vanilla cake

 

I am a runner who believes in eating real food that nourishes the body and pleases the eye. I have an artistic mind, and I enjoy creating raw and plant based recipes. Good recipes are meant to be shared…and that is why I started blogging!

 

The kind cook

 

Welcome to The Kind Cook! My name is Melanie and I am a professionally trained chef from Australia who left the cooking world many years ago now. In the last few years though, I have transitioned to a plant based diet and  discovered a passion for cooking that I never had as a chef.

 

Fork and beans

 

I’m Cara and I truly could not be more excited that you are taking the time to check this place out. My hope in starting this blog was to create a site where people with dietary restrictions will not only feel normal, but find that eating without certain ingredients can still be good.

 

Vegan Yack attack

 

This is a vegan food blog, run by Jackie Sobon, that covers everything from indulgent desserts, to healthy dinners, and even raw recipes!

 

NSW hen rescue

 

A vegan abolitionist organisation, rescuing and re-homing ex-battery hens in NSW and advocate kindness.

 

My darling vegan

 

Welcome to My Darling Vegan (formerly The Sweet Life) – a vegan food blog focused on making compassionate eating easy, fun, and accessible to everyone. Join me as I share recipes, stories, food photography, and parenting adventures of my two darling vegan children.

 

Viva la vegan

 

Viva la Vegan! started to promote Leigh-Chantelle, ND’s Viva la Vegan! recipe calendars in 2005 and has since grown to be an interactive, multimedia community for vegans, focusing on positive education, information and vegan outreach.

 

Keepin it kind

 

Welcome to Keepin’ it Kind! Join us as we make the world a kinder place, one delicious vegan meal at a time…

 

The V word

 

My goal is to promote veganism, help save animals and fill bellies with lots of delicious cruelty-free foods.

My specialty is making vegan versions of favorite, familiar dishes. Because if you can have the foods you grew up with, the foods you always loved, the foods you crave in a healthier and compassionate way, why wouldn’t you?

 

Raw Kiwi

 

I’ve been a vegetarian/vegan for the best part of 18 years and have been eating a high raw diet since 2009.

My journey into health and raw plant food has evolved from having a child with autism and an extensive history of cancer in both sides of my  family. I am really fascinated by how diet can play a large role disease prevention regardless of your genetic history.

 

Vegangela

 

Hi! I’m Angela, a Canadian ex-pat living in Sydney, Australia. I’ve been vegan since high school – about 19 years now! I’m passionate about food & love sharing healthy vegan recipes.

 

Rawfully temping

 

Vegan, raw vegan, plant-based recipes galore! Lots of mouth-watering photos and easy step-by-step instructions.

Amazing Plant-Based (Raw, Vegetarian,and Vegan) recipes… along with my personal journey exploring raw vegan (living) cuisine. Discover extraordinary ways to please your palate with Healthy Decadence.

 

The comforting vegan

 

My goal has always been to never sacrifice that comfort in pursuit of a vegan recipe & so far I have never met a dish I couldn’t conquer.

 

Holy cow! vegan recipes

 

Hi, I’m Vaishali and I am the human behind Holy Cow!, the first Indian vegan recipe blog on the web.

At Holy Cow! you will find hundreds of easy, healthy and delicious recipes that are tried and tested in my kitchen, including lots of fat-free, low-fat and gluten-free recipes. Most recipes are kid-friendly and I always use wholesome, natural ingredients, most of which are already in your pantry.

 

 Olives for dinner: recipes for the ethical vegan

 

A vegan blog with vegan recipes and photography, as well as cookbook, book and product reviews.

My approach to cooking is centered around the strategic selection and application of spices, herbs and oils with other complimentary textures and flavors. I specifically enjoy veganizing classic dishes as well as developing asian-inspired flavors and techniques.

 

The veggieful

 

Hello! My name is Madison. I am 22 years old and live in Australia with my husband Jerome. We love running Veggieful together and work as an amazing team to put up delicious recipes and beautiful photos.

 

Coconut and berries

 

I’m Emma, a passionate vegan foodie sharing my kitchen adventures and healthy plant-based creations. Hope you stick around!

 

Carrie on Living

 

My intention is to inspire, inform, and connect with like-minded folks who are interested in finding health and balance. I love sharing recipes using ingredients that I find supportive to my health, and I encourage you to explore and figure which foods and practices help you meet your goals.

 

I’m a little vegan

 

A place to keep you up to date on all things veggie along with tips, tricks and a selection of my daily eats. I’m a little vegan and here is my story! well not that little but definitely a vegan. I have been a veggie since I was a child and then made the leap to veganism and haven’t looked back.

 

Vegan Miam

 

Rika + Doni are a couple, photographers, global travelers and vegan foodies based in Oregon, but living elsewhere as often as possible. The term “miam” is just a way of saying yummy in French and represents their desire to discover decadent vegan cuisine and recipes around the world together.

 

The vegan chickpea

 

The Vegan Chickpea is a blog written by and dedicated to the modern woman who is full of passion, possibilities, dreams, and works really hard to make all of the pieces of her life come together.  And she may also be a bit of a perfectionist.

 

Vegan buddy

 

This page is for any questions you may have had about veganism. Whether you are a new vegan, a vegetarian or just curious about veganism.

 

Hell yeah It’s vegan

 

I started Hell Yeah It’s Vegan! in November 2008 when I was feeling particularly ornery about the state of vegan food blogging. This blog is dedicated to disproving the hordes of people who think vegans can’t eat anything, that being vegan means you can’t eat the foods you grew up with, or that vegan food is not as good as non-vegan food. Although some recipes require more creativity and ingenuity than others, there is practically no food that cannot be made vegan.

 

The little foxes

 

I’m Ashlee and I write about vegan food, fashion, beauty, and other lifestyle fun in between. I like red lipstick, Morrissey, and infomercials. I also like making people happy, so I share lots of joy-filled advice and heart-racing (to me, at least) giveaways here. It’s a place for cool times.

 

Vegetariando por ai – Turismo vegan

 

One of the most informative Brazilian (written in Portuguese) vegan travel blogs out there. A reference for anyone living, visiting or planing to travel to Brazil. A beautiful blog filled with great tips and information. Although not written in English, you can use google translate and get up to date with everything Brazilian!

 

Kiss me, I’m vegan

 

Out of a desire to share with the world this new gift that I had been given – a delicious, exciting, and kind vegan lifestyle – I created Kiss Me, I’m Vegan! in November 2008. It all started as a way to share with my family and friends how positively this way of life has affected me.

 

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2015 TOP 50 INSPIRING VEGAN FACEBOOK PROFILES BADGE

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WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?

Everyone who has chosen to have a vegan lifestyle and either writes a blog, a journal, runs a website with the aim to inspire and educate people for the treatment of animals, while empowering them try new foods!

If you have a Facebook page, let me know! If there are more entries for next year, I can extend the list to a TOP 100! And trust me, I’d love to see more and more vegan influencers out there!

It was extremely hard to find vegan / plant based profiles and stick to 50 only. I’m sorry if I missed yours, leave me your profile link on the comments bellow as I’m organizing a TOP vegan bloggers list as well!

28 Comments

  1. Great list Yara, I knew some of the above blogs and sites but not them all, thanks for the shout out 😉

    • These are all very inspiring people, showing the world that being vegan doesn’t mean eating carrots all day and looking anemic, which is an an old misconception that is fortunately disappearing.

      I wish I had so much info and role models when i was younger.

  2. Awesome list Yara! I’m not vegan but I’ve been looking to know more vegan/vegetarian bloggers out there.

    • Yes Christine, this is a great list for both vegans and vegetarians alike :)

    • Thank you for leaving your website :) There are too many amazing people I didn’t include this time, than I want to make sure will be part of my next list :)

  3. Great list. I also love the group 4A – Vegan friends :Help & Advice.

    • Thank you for letting me know! And wow, glad to know the page was on DR. Oz show, I love his show :) He’s incredibly forward thinking.

  4. Olá Yara, adorei as indicações, alguns eu já conhecia, outros passarei a seguir !! E com certeza irei compartilhar com os amigos !! <3

    Eu e meu marido também temos um face e um site/blog sobre veganismo, não sei se você conhece, dá uma olhada lá !!
    Quem sabe em uma próxima lista a gente entre !! <3

    http://www.facebook.com/vegan4you
    http://www.vegan4you.com.br

  5. Great list, thanks for sharing. When I became vegan there were hardly any online vegan resources, so it’s so nice to see how far veganism has come.

  6. Only been a vegan for 6 months and found this site and thought wow this is awesome!Then I looked at the organizations listed and was very disappointed.Peta and the other organizations in your list feel they must show the cruelty that animals go through to get the point across.I disagree with and do not support any organizations that do this which doesn’t leave very many out there to support unfortunately.Other than that I’m still happy to have found your site.and have “liked” on Facebook most.
    I just hope you will consider leaving out the organizations listed and list those organizations that get the point across just as well if not better than those that choose to show animal cruelty.Trust me,it works.Thank you.

    • Hey, nice to hear from you. PETA is NOT my favorite organization at all, but this was not about favorites, but bit influencers. I do believe in showing the cruelty the way it is… We all react differently to different stimulation. There are people who will change their life style once they see what really goes on, others need a focus on the healthy side of veganism, and others are more into the environmental reasons.

      So, PETA seems to reach a specific type of people, while other organizations reach other folks. All approaches are good, in my opinion.

  7. Gotta admit you do have a good point there Yara.I just don’t guess I’ll ever understand why some people have to have the cruelty shoved in their face to understand and personally don’t even know it that really works.

    This is just me but I stay far away from any organizations that feel the need to show the cruelty animals go through.I hope more organizations will crop up that don’t feel the need to show the cruelty yet still get their point across and have these places shut down.

    I appreciate your reply very much and will be a frequent visitor and fan of yours.

    Thank you for what you do!

    • Seeing the violence is seeing how things are working behind closed doors. Some people need to know how the whole process works so they can change their minds.

      I have been a vegetarian all my life, that’s because I saw my father killing, cutting and dismembering the animals when i was a child. Some were still alive and kicking and my father was cutting their heads off, blood splashing everywhere. I got so traumatized, I never, ever ate meat.

      Psychology uses that strategy often, the shock therapies.

      Thank you so much for your words, they mean a lot to me :) A huge hug from Portugal!

  8. I would love to be considered for next year. Sad you missed me. I write about food history and knowledge, working as a professional chef, and cooking vegan at home. Please check out my work. I garden, make art, and take photographs, mostly of food. Thank you for your interest and view…
    https://www.facebook.com/KitchenShaman

  9. Love this list, Yara. Keep Breast Cancer Maven on your radar for next year please. I would love to be considered influential next to the other amazing vegans on this list. http://www.breastcancermaven.com/

  10. James Aspey/Voiceless365
    An animal rights advocate from Sydney. Spent 2014 voiceless while he travelled Oz to promote Veganism. Actively does free inspirational, educational and compassionate talks on his journey so far. Great guy!

    https://www.facebook.com/voiceless365

  11. What an awesome list! Thank you so much for creating and sharing. It keep surprising me how much time I spend online browsing through vegan blogs and I still find new (good!) ones all the time.
    You are welcome to check out my vegan blog as well.. I am a mother of 2 little girls and a full time high tech employee, thus I focus on sharing quick and easy family friendly dishes.
    http://www.veganhightechmom.com/

    Moran

  12. Hi ! Thanks for sharing amazing list of vegan blogs. I personally feel you have done a big job to promote vegan-ism. Good Luck And Thank you so much for sharing this Blog.

  13. What a great list!! I’m excited to follow some of the ones I’ve never heard of. Thank you for putting this resource together, Yara!! <3

  14. This is an amazing post, thank you so much for sharing it! I’ve been a vegetarian for years, but am now fully vegan and looking to build my community base. It’s refreshing to see so many blogs out there and so many great ones that you’ve recommended here. I’m now following many of these! I’ll be working on creating a FB page as well and will let you know when it’s up and running. Thanks Yara!

  15. Hey Yara,
    loved the list! Thanks for the inspiration :) Feel free to check out our blog as well: http://nutriciously.com
    Would be honored to have you come visit us!
    Have a beautiful day.
    Alena x

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