You’ve found it: the mother lode of vegan information. No matter what you want to learn about vegan lifestyles and plant-based eating, you’ll find links to the best stuff right here.
Essential Vegan Information
To begin exploring vegan topics, start with these six fundamental pieces:
- Our “Why Go Vegan?” essay, written by Erik Marcus, is the most authoritative take available on the numerous reasons people choose a vegan diet.
- If you’re sold on the idea of going vegan, don’t miss our “How to Go Vegan?” piece. It’ll take you through all the basics of making your transition.
- Discover the incredible assortment of plant-based foods you can enjoy by reading our Vegan Foods Roundup.
- To dig deeper into the vegan concept, check out, “What is a Vegan?“
- Read our Guide to Vegan Cooking, which will speed your transition to a plant-based diet, and enable you to eat tastier and cheaper food than ever before.
- Finally, for answers to all the pesky unresolved questions that crop up, check out our Vegan FAQ.
Vegan Living Guides:
Once you’ve checked out the above links, it’s time to dig a little deeper. We’ve got detailed guides to help you with every aspect of transitioning to plant-based diets. On top of all that, we we even offer the complete text to The Ultimate Vegan Guide.
More Vegan Information on Every Topic
To help you navigate the vast amount of information on this page, we have broken our offerings down by category:
Whatever you’re looking to buy, we’ve got pages that feature the best vegan products.
We’ve got links below to just about every vegan food you can think of. Start by checking out our easy vegan foods page. Then look into the world cuisines that most interest you. We maintain a handy online grocery that will give you more great ideas. And don’t miss our page on vegan alternatives to animal ingredients. Finally for a deep dive into all a vegan diet has to offer, check out our all encompassing vegan foods page.
- Easy Vegan Foods
- Guide to the Best Vegan Foods
- Definitive Vegan Foods Links Page (Detailed Coverage of Almost Every Vegan Food)
- World Cuisines
- Vegan.com Grocery
- Vegan Alternatives to Meat, Dairy, and Eggs
- Vegan Restaurants and Fast Food
- Guides to Beans, Rice, Fruits, and Vegetables
- Almond Milk
- Alternatives to Meat, Dairy Products, & Eggs
- Chocolate Sauce
- Coconut Milk
- Coffee Creamer
- Convenience Foods
- Cream Cheese
- Culinary School
- Dorm Foods
- Egg Replacer
- Fast Food
- Green Smoothies
- Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
- Halloween Candy
- Hot Dogs
- Ice Cream
- Live Foods
- Macaroni and Cheese
- Nutritional Yeast
- Parmesan Cheese
- Raw Food
- Raw Food Cookbooks
- Roasted Vegetables
- Salad Dressing
- School Lunches
- Shopping List
- Sour Cream
- Soy Milk
- Stir-Fried Vegetables
- TVP (Textured Vegetable Protein)
- Whipped Cream
Every one of the cuisines featured below contains loads of vegan possibilities. Not sure where to start? Consider reading our Vegan Mexican Foods page first, because it’s such an approachable cuisine filled with so many delicious and healthful options. Italian cuisine likewise has a wide assortment of incredible vegan options, even for novice cooks.
W’ve got answers to the most common vegan-oriented health questions. Our Vegan Nutrition Guide is the best place to start, in terms of getting a solid grounding on all the key nutrition information. Also, every vegan needs to read up on Vitamin B-12, and we’ve got the definitive piece in terms of giving you a solid background on the topic. Also don’t miss our Vitamins Guide, which offers great deals on the supplements of special interest to vegans.
Here’s information about factory farming animals commonly eaten for food. One of the best books on the topic is Project Animal Farm, by Sonia Faruqi.
It doesn’t cost much to outfit your kitchen with all the essential pieces of equipment needed to make great vegan food.
A primary goal of this website is to keep as many animals from harm as possible. For that to happen, our readers need to get involved. Our 10,000 word Activism Guide is one of this website’s centerpiece offerings. It’ll tell you everything you need to know make a difference in large ways and small.
- Animal Millionaires
- Animal Rights & Animal Welfare—an Introduction
- Bumper Stickers
- Nonprofit Organizations
Thanks to slaughterhouses killing tens of billions of animals a year, there’s an endless stream of animal byproducts that can show up in our food, cosmetics, and other consumer items. You can become acquainted with the main substances to watch out for on our Animal Ingredients page.
Clothing, footwear, and accessories are often made from animal fibers or leather. The links below will help you to find vegan products that fit with your sense of style.
If there’s a cosmetic or personal care item you need, you can find one that’s vegan and formulated without animal testing.
- Bath Bombs
- Bubble Bath
- Eye Liner
- Eye Shadow
- Facial Moisturizer
- Hair Color
- Hair Spray
- Lip Balm
- Makeup Brushes
- Nail Polish
- Nail Polish Remover
- Shaving Products
- Tanning Products
Famous people go vegan. Famous people also stop being vegan. Lots of people care about this, for reasons that are hard to understand. So here’s our begrudgingly assembled set of pages on celebrities who are either currently vegan or toyed with it in the past.
- Al Gore
- Alicia Silverstone
- Bill Clinton
- Ellen Degeneres
- Jennifer Lopez
- Oprah Winfrey
- Pamela Anderson
- Paul McCartney
- Sam Simon
Here’s all the vegan information we offer that doesn’t fit elsewhere: