When I became vegan a few years ago, I desperately needed information about how to cook delicious vegan food, so I turned to food blogs. Back then you could count the ones featuring plant-based recipes on the fingers of one hand (as well as vegan cookbooks).
Every new food blog I discovered has been a revelation to me (I still feel the same way today). I’ll be forever grateful to blogs such as Der Apfelvegetarier (it doesn't exist anymore) and Claudi goes vegan (it’s discontinued, but the German articles and recipes are still online). They were pioneers in experimenting with plants in the kitchen and showing how easy it can be to 'veganize' popular dishes. Right now, vegan food blogs are experiencing a boom. I once had to look high and low for them, while today it's hard to keep up and keep track.
And yet I'm happy about each new blog discovery, especially if it makes me become more acquainted with ethnic cooking traditions that I'm not yet familiar with, such as The Korean Vegan, the Turkish recipes of Healthy on Green (German), the Indian dishes of Vegan Richa, or the Peaceful Cuisine recipe videos produced by a Japanese man.
You can find below the food blogs that I keep visiting and re-visiting for working up an appetite and new recipe inspiration. The listing is not alphabetical but follows the order of my personal discovery.
I’m grateful to each of the bloggers for sharing their culinary secrets, stories, and delicious creations with me and the rest of the world, and for the time they invest in doing so. I really appreciate it.
Even though English blogs still make up the majority, the number of German blogs is now impressive too, and I'm happy that more and more blogs with vegan recipes are appearing also in Romanian.
If you need even more cooking inspiration, you can also check out the websites of great chefs like Jamie Oliver or Martha Stewart. Jamie has a category for purely vegan dishes. On Martha's page, you can search for "vegan" to get a plethora of fantastic recipes. I can also recommend the recipe pages of Peta, the Blue Zones, and Forks over Knives.
Blogs in English
Not Fully Vegan
|A bit wholesomely||Green Kitchen Stories||Sprouted Kitchen|
|My darling lemon thyme||The Awesome Green||What’s Cooking Good Looking|
|Oh My Veggies||COOKIE + kate||Rens Kroes|
|Love & Lemons||The Cook & HIM||Gourmet Vegetarian Kitchen|
Blogs in German
Not Fully Vegan
|Eat Train Love||Kaffee & Cupcakes||Nuts and Blueberries|
|Herr Grün kocht||Vollwert-Blog||Kraut|Kopf|
|Kitchen Therapies||Oats & Crumbs||Feines Gemüse|
Blogs in Romanian
|The smart cuisine||Dolce far verde||La mine sub nuc|
|Celeste K. Godwin||Legume in bucătărie||Ligia Pop (Raw vegan)|
Not Fully Vegan
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Wishing you planty of delicious delights,
Nice overview, but the best german food blog is missing, mine 😀 Maybe you can check it and if you like it add it to your list? => das-juengste-gericht.de
Thanks + nice blog 🙂
Hi Birger, cool blog name and yummy vegan recipes, thanks for pointing me to your blog. I added it to the list. Cheers, Ramona
How sweet of you to list my blog! Thank you so so much! And what a wonderful blog you have, love it!
Greetings Sarah from Velvet & Vinegar
You're very welcome, I love your blog. So happy you like Planty Delights. 🙂
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