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Love Vegan Food Videos? Thrillist Has You Covered
By Danny Prater
Looking for great vegan content to watch online? You're not alone. In fact, one study estimated that from 2014 to 2017, the number of people who identified as vegan increased by a whopping 600 percent. And plenty of vegetarians and omnivores are curious about ways that they can reduce their consumption of animal-derived products, too.
These vegan food videos from Thrillist are what you've been looking for. Whether you're mesmerized by vegan recipe videos, enjoy learning about groundbreaking compassionate businesses, or just want to hear more about the basics of being vegan, Thrillist has you covered. We've combed through its various channels on Facebook to find some of the very best vegan content that the Internet has to offer. Check it out now:
Restaurants Serving Delicious Vegan Food
"This barbecue joint is 100% vegan."
"These diner classics are 100% vegan."
"Your fast food favorite goes vegan."
Did you know that plenty of fast-food joints have vegan options? Check out our guide to eating vegan at franchises across the U.S.
"You've won this round, vegans."
"This deli is making vegan Jewish classics that look like the real deal."
"Vegan ramen is here and it's amazing."
"Would you try it?"
"This DIY donut bar is completely vegan."
Love vegan doughnuts? This state-by-state guide to the best ones out there will blow your mind.
Vegan Recipes to Try at Home
"Make these vegan jackfruit enchiladas for your next dinner."
If you don't know jack about this versatile fruit, check out our post full of suggestions and tips on how to incorporate it into your next meal.
"Vegan chili stuffed sweet potatoes are warm, comforting, and easy to make."
"You won't believe this queso dip is vegan."
Running out of ideas? Don't worry, because there are thousands of free vegan recipes at PETA.org. Browse them now.
Learning More About Going Vegan
"Chef Isa Chandra Moskowitz wants people to rethink the language they use when it comes to vegan food."
"There's a whole lot more to veganism than you thought."
Keep in mind that not all Thrillist videos feature entirely vegan recipes or restaurants. Remember: If you spot a recipe video that looks appealing but calls for cheese, milk or eggs, you can easily substitute one of the many readily available vegan milks, cheeses or egg replacers.
We can all help animals and the environment by making conscientious food choices each time that we head to the grocery store or eat in restaurants. The kindest, most effective decision that we can make is to avoid all foods derived from animals, including eggs, honey and dairy "products."
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