A few of our favorite vegan Instagrams

January 2021 – Whether you are looking for inspiration to try a plant-based diet this year, or you’re a long time vegan looking for fresh ideas, here are a few of our favorite vegan Instagrams for 2021. We put together a list that includes a cookbook author, a busy local mom, and a political activist to give you a range of ideas to work with. Check out these talented cooks and let us know: Who do you follow?

The First Mess

Laura Wright is a vegan cookbook author based in Ontario, Canada. She is passionate about sharing vegan food, and uses seasonal inspiration for recipes. “Most of my readers and followers do not strictly identify as plant-based or vegan,” says Laura. “My goal is to help anyone at any level eat more plants and whole foods.” You’ll find a variety of inspiring recipes on Laura’s feed, with a special focus on vegan main course recipes. She loves to share little bits of plant-based and holistic lifestyle inspiration too.
Follow Laura on Instagram

Girl Meets Vegan

San Francisco-based cook Nalima Price is an ethical vegan with a stunning Instagram feed dedicated to recipes that she perfects in her home kitchen. Nalima creates colorful dishes for her family that are simple to make — and packed with flavor! A busy mom with young kids at home, Nalima develops vegan versions of classics like Caesar dressing and Pad Thai, traditional Indian dishes, and super cute holiday treats. Full of tips and easy to follow directions, GirlMeetsVegan will fill your feed with beautiful food and inspire you to try new recipes.
Follow Nalima on Instagram

Bryant Terry

Bryant Terry is a James Beard Award-Winning chef, educator, and author renowned for his activism to create a healthy, just, and sustainable food system. Since 2015 he has been the Chef-in-Residence at the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) in San Francisco where he creates public programming at the intersection of food, farming, health, activism, art, culture, and the African Diaspora. Bryant’s mentor Alice Waters says, “Bryant Terry knows that good food should be an everyday right and not a privilege.” His fifth book Vegetable Kingdom was published in 2020.
Follow Bryant on Instagram.