Veganuary is a great opportunity for people interested in going Vegan to give it a try.
Veganism is currently defined as “a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose”.
High-profile supporters of this year’s Veganuary campaign include Dancing with the Stars finalist and Harry Potter actress Evanna Lynch, Arsenal and France footballer Hector Bellerin, actor Peter Egan, Aussie cricket legend Jason Gillespie, leading animal advocate Earthling Ed, A Place In The Sun presenter Jasmine Harman, TV and radio presenter Sarah-Jane Crawford, and wildlife ambassador Chris Packham.
“2018 was huge for bringing veganism out of counter-culture. But 2019 will be the year when it becomes a considered lifestyle choice for millions embracing cruelty-free, healthy living”
Rich Hardy, Head of Campaigns at Veganuary
London and many other cities have been fully embracing Veganism. So many restaurants, bars and other eateries are on board with Veganuary to make it easier to eat out this January.
The Veganuary website has so many delicious recipes from all around the world to choose from. It’s incredibly impressive that they offer so many dishes: Mexican, Caribbean, Indian, Chinese, Greek, French. I am going to introduce some of these dishes into my diet.
The best thing about it! Some of them look so yummy!
On a budget
Of course it’s January, so it’s great to find recipes which are also cheap and on a budget! This is going to be my go-to bookmarked section for the month.
Pick your meals of the day
What’s even more amazing is that the website also breaks down the recipes depending by meal of the day. Perfect for people like me who needs help deciding what to eat throughout the day!
Veganuary.com is the largest website of its kind on the internet. With vegan recipes, expert advice and information, it provides all the answers to Why go vegan.
Veganuary is a registered charity (1168566) inspiring people to try vegan for January and throughout the rest of the year.
Content and images has been sourced from the charity Veganuary