4 Vegan Youtubers to Subscribe to if You’re Making the Switch to Veganism

There’s no shortage of inspiration to draw from across these channels.

4 Vegan Youtubers to Subscribe to if You’re Making the Switch to Veganism

Starting out with veganism can be challenging – there are a lot of considerations to make, from the pantry staples you should have to how to approach eating out. With these four YouTube channels, each of which boats hundreds of thousands of subscribers, you’ll be able to find all the info you need to help make for a smooth transition into a vegan lifestyle.

Cheap Lazy Vegan

Rose Lee is Canadian Youtuber whose video thumbnails will have you salivating before you even start watching them. She’s made a video on just about every vegan food topic imaginable, so whether you’re looking for food prep inspiration or breakfast recipes, you’ll find them on her channel. She even has a vegan café, saVeg, in Calgary.

Avant Garde Vegan

Gaz Parker has almost a million channel subscribers, and has even written a vegan cookbook (due for release in April), making him a pretty trustworthy authority if you’re looking for vegan recipes, no matter what the occasion. He’s veganised just about everything form Yorkshire puddings to BBQ ribs.

Mic the Vegan

Mike’s channel isn’t exclusively dedicated to the eating aspect of veganism – he also makes videos on environmental science and about how a vegan diet actually affects your body. If you’re looking to educate yourself about the broader science behind veganism, this channel is the place to go.

Maddie Lymburner

Maddie’s namesake channel mainly sees her vlogging what she eats in a day, of which there are hundreds of videos, so you’re bound to find a variety of recipe and meal prep ideas on her channel. She also branches out into lifestyle content from time to time, covering fitness, travel and everything in between.

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