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Other Voices, Other Vegans

Calf Close UpThis is a list – one that will be ever-growing, I believe – of vegan  and non-vegan blogs and sites that I enjoy.  I visit most of these sites on a daily or weekly basis.  If you haven’t been fortunate enough to run across these fine folks, do yourself a favor.  Click on a link, read for a bit and get to know someone.  Then introduce yourself.

I want to stress that this is a work in progress.  I’m sure that I’ve inadvertently left off blogs that I love; if I regularly visit your blog and you don’t see it here, it’s nothing personal.  It’s not you, it’s me.  It’s my short-term memory, my lack of concentration – an oversight.  Don’t be mad and certainly don’t be shy!  Leave a comment below or shoot me an email saying, “You forgot me!” and I’ll fix it right up.

AirEater
Toronto, Canada

Anne Sture Tucker-Happy Health
Canada via Denmark

ASTIGVegan
San Francisco, California

Cadry’s Kitchen

Canned Time

Compassionate Cuisine
Portugal

Earthgiven Kitchen
Ontario, Canada

Fragrant Vanilla Cake

Gazing In

Go Bake Yourself
Australia

Honk If You’re Vegan

In Pursuit of More
Vancouver, Canada

Keeping It Kind

Kind Health
Akron, Ohio

Lorna’s Tearoom Delights
Perthshire, Scotland

Marfigs’ Munchies

My Plant-Based Family
Arizona

Plantivores
Denver, CO

Poppy’s Patisserie
U.K.

Produce on Parade
Alaska

Rachel in Veganland
Carrboro, North Carolina

Shanti Warrior
Mobile, Alabama

Simple Vegan Cooking
South Africa

Sophie’s Foodie Files
Brussels, Belgium

sweetveg

That Was Vegan?
Colorado

The Road Not Processed

The Road to Serendipity
Tasmania

Tiny Kitchen Stories
California

The Good Luck Duck
Who Knows?!

The Vegan Feed

The Vegan Kat

The Veggie Nook
Ontario, Canada

Veganosaurus
India

Vegan Yack Attack

VegHotPot

V is for Vegetables

Vedged Out
Utah

Vegan Bloggers Unite!
All over!

Vegan Perks

Vegan Rabbit
California

Vegan Richa
Seattle, Washington

Veggie V’s Vegan Adventure

Your Daily Vegan
Ohio

Fawns in Grass

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63 Comments

  1. Rachel in Veganland says:

    Thanks so much for the shout out! Also adore the bambi pics!

  2. Márcia Gonçalves says:

    Great list ! And thank you so much for including me ; )

  3. teknomunk says:

    I made the list! And near the top, no less. Guess it helps to have a blog name that starts with ‘A’.

  4. veganbloggersunite says:

    Thank you for including Air Eater and Vegan Bloggers Unite!

  5. Thank you for including me! Hugs!

  6. keepinitkind says:

    Thank you so much for including me, Annie! You are too sweet. And those baby deer pics are amazing!

  7. Barb says:

    Thanks for the shoutout! I look forwarding to visiting some of the new (to me) blogs!

  8. The Good Luck Duck says:

    Hey, cool! Thanks for this!

    We’re both sporting new, shorter Ann-inspired hairdos these days! The shorter, the easier.

  9. Richgail Enriquez says:

    Thank you for including me to the list. It’s an honor!

  10. Gabby @ the veggie nook says:

    I’m honoured to have made the list :) Thanks Ann, you’re the best!

    I seriously need to get around to making a little list of my own…

  11. Kinenchen says:

    Thank-you SO much!

  12. Jesse Nattamai, Freelance Writer And Blogger says:

    Thanks for including me! I love your site as well. And… there’s a whole lot of cuteness happening in your pictures. :)

  13. S. says:

    Yay! So honored to have made it to your list! Thank you so much, I really appreciate it :):)

    XO

  14. veg-ease says:

    New blogs to look at! Thanks for the resource.

  15. veganmonologue says:

    Annie- I just got invited to VBU! Does that mean I can make your prestigious list? :) :) :) haha.

  16. annesturetucker says:

    Thank you for including me Annie! It makes me very happy to have made it to your list :-)
    Great to find new blogs – I will explore and enjoy!!

  17. vegancharlie says:

    aww how did you get so close to those adorable sleeping animals! I saw a chipmunk while jogging today but he scurried away before I could take a picture :( he was so cute too. I am so late on things like this but yay! thanks for the shout out ^_^

  18. Sophie33 says:

    That’s a long list already! Lovely shots of the beautiful brown cow & the dear too! :)
    Thanks for enjoying & naming my blog! :) I am now going to look at the other blogs! :) xxx

  19. Somer says:

    Yay! I’m on the list :) !

  20. simplevegancooking says:

    Thanx for adding me on the list! I’ll be sure to check out the rest of these blogs :)

  21. Kristen says:

    This list is what I’ve been trying to find! Thank you!

  22. Kinenchen says:

    Thank-you so much for including Turning Veganese on this list!

  23. fallingdownunder says:

    I’m in Unrefined Vegan heaven! Not only do your recipes meet my qualifications (which are many) but they look amazing and perfect to add a little variety to my “rotation”. My blog is a story – told by my 17 year old self – who was at that time a vegetarian in Australia in 1993. Yes, it was not common! I had one person say that families did not want to host Vegetarians because they were all anorexic! That just gives you an idea of what I was dealing with. All this started because I read John Robins A Diet for a New America when I was 15 :) Anyway – fun to find you and all the others listed on your site of like minded folks. I’m http://fallingdownunder.com/ and my hubby is a Vegan Ultra-marathoner at http://www.theroadtoleadville.com

    • Hey there!! Thank you thank you for the compliments :-) – you made my day big time! Wow, you were way ahead of your time and brave to boot! Glad you found me and thanks for the link back to your blog. So many wonderful plant-based bloggers out there. Oh – need to check your husband’s blog as well. Are we talking Leadville, CO, by any chance? Used to live in Boulder, CO. Anyway, I’ll check them out :-)!

      • fallingdownunder says:

        Yes, CO! It’s getting down to crunch time for him now! August 17th is fast approaching and his training runs are marathon length:) hope you enjoy the blogs …I’m telling you I have no idea where everyone finds the time to blog!

  24. Golnaz Bozorgzad says:

    Hi, I actually have recently been diagnosed with having a soy allergy. This comes as great sadness as I have been vegetarian for the last year and a half. I was eating soy products all the time, and switched to dairy free because I thought I had a dairy allergy. Now that I know it is soy, I know how to eliminate the obvious soy products such as fake meats and tofu, but I still love cooking the recipe’s I find on beautiful sites such as your own, and was wondering if there is any way to make sure some recipe’s don’t have soy, because I do not know all the terms for it, or if they do how can I substitute for it? Thank you so much for your help.

    • Hi Golnaz – what a bummer for you! Soy is in SO many things! But probably identifying your allergy has also helped you quite a lot. I found this very helpful site that lists ingredients you should stay away from – lots of different names for soy out there: http://foodallergies.about.com/od/soyallergies/a/List-Of-Soy-Ingredients-To-Avoid-When-Following-A-Soy-Free-Diet.htm

      As for my site, I use the soy basics such as soy milk, tofu, tempeh, tamari/soy sauce, miso, Bragg Liquid Aminos and sometimes an egg replacer product that I believe has soy in it. If I write “egg replacer” it is that product, but mostly I use flaxseed meal as an egg replacer.

      Hope this helps and best of luck to you! Take care – -

      • Golnaz Bozorgzad says:

        Thank you so much for your help and the great website you provided. Now i’m almost wishing it was dairy I was allergic to. I think that would be easier. There is to many products I have to watch out for. Well I’m sorry I actually had a question regarding some of your recipe’s i’ve noticed use white miso. For me, is there anything I can substitute that with?? Thank you again for all of your incite.

      • Oh boy…miso adds a rich saltiness – but in some cases you could just omit it. Otherwise – – a couple of suggestions: you might try some of those vegan bouillon cubes. There are many varieties and they’re good to have on hand to add a nice punch to soups and stews.

        I just read about a company that makes soy-free miso and it looks really interesting. They use other types of beans instead of soybeans. http://www.southrivermiso.com/store/pg/138-Online-Store-Ordering-Spring.html

        Finally, I’d suggest making up a batch of vegan broth powder. My friend, Holly at My Plant-based Family, has an easy recipe. I always keep a jar of this in my cupboard for when I want to add some flavor to rice, soup, etc. http://myplantbasedfamily.com/2012/11/11/veggie-broth-mix/

        Hope that helps!

  25. Golnaz Bozorgzad says:

    You have the answer for everything!! Now I’m truly excited. Thank you so very much!! :)

  26. Katie @ Produce on Parade says:

    I’m new to the scene, but I hope you’ll consider me as one of your favourite vegan blogs! :)

  27. celestedimilla says:

    Hey Annie! Thanks so much for including me on your fab list here – I appreciate it! Celeste :)

  28. sandra says:

    Thanks for doing this list. Love following vegan blogs

  29. tinykitchenstories says:

    I can’t believe I never saw this! Thank you SO much, Annie. I’m extremely flattered and so grateful to be in this company. And now I have new blogs to explore, too!

  30. Laura says:

    Great list! Can’t wait to check everyone else out!

  31. Wendy says:

    Hi! We’d love it if you would add http://www.plantivores.com to your list. Check us out. Thanks! Wendy

  32. Thanks so much for adding us to your list! We are in Denver, Colorado BTW. :)

  33. Sarina @ Earthgiven Kitchen says:

    Thanks for this list, I found some more great voices!
    For your consideration: Earthgiven Kitchen from Ontario, Canada. :)

  34. Sandy says:

    What a great list! Feel free to add my blog if you’d like too –> http://www.veganseatyummyfoodtoo.com

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  36. Greg @ Full of Beans says:

    Ann, so fabulous that you made this list. Wish I could spend the rest of the day checking each and every link out. :-)

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