You may have noticed that throughout 2018 the voice of the voiceless has become ever more prominent in our society. More and more people are taking an interest in the planet, wanting to eat a healthier diet and asking questions about where their food comes from. Just think about how big the conversation has got around single use plastic. How many of you now have a reusable cup or water bottle? It’s incredible to see. However as the New Year approaches there’s one word that you’ll start to hear much more in pub conversations and that’s “Veganuary.”
With one person signing up to Veganuary every 20 seconds (woohoo!) people are going to be looking for inspiration across Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and of course the wider Internet. There’s a plethora of resources out there but i’ve listed my top 5 Instagram accounts for you below to give you a starting point.
5 Instagram accounts to follow this Veganuary
If you’re looking for some delicious recipes then Ian and Henry’s recipes will knock your socks off. You’ll find plenty of foodspiration on their account that’s simple to make and packed full of flavour.
If you’re looking for sustainable fashion then my go to account is the lovely Marta Canga. Bags, sportswear, coats, shoes, she has a sustainable alternative for everything. I’ve discovered so many brands through Marta. She’s an inspiration.
Even if you don’t live in London Serena Lee’s Vegans of LDN community is a great one to follow. You’ll discover new food brands and products and if you ever do visit London then you’ll be spoilt for choice on where to eat. When i became vegan three years ago this was one of the first accounts that i followed.
Vegan labelling is getting better but it isn’t quite there yet. That’s why i find the Accidentally Vegan account so helpful. I’ve discovered lots of vegan supermarket food through this account. It’s saved me on a few occasions.
An up and coming blogger with food to die for. It makes me hungry just looking at her page #foodenvy.
There are so many fantastic vegan Instagram accounts out there, but these are the ones that i frequent on a regular basis and where i learn and discover the most. Whether you’ve been vegan a minute, two years or 10 years you’ve always got something to learn.
I hope that you find this post useful. If you’re looking for other vegan resources then check out my vegan resources blog post.