Check out these links for more information and resources for your French vegan life

Vegan organisations

Both the Vegan Society and the Vegetarian Society have great websites with lots of useful information and recipes.
The Vegan Society
The Vegetarian Society

New to vegan?

If you’ve just started to explore the vegan lifestyle there’s lots of help to get you started. Check out the Veganuary website for it’s starter pack and annual January campaign.

Books, films and websites

The health benefits of the vegan diet are well-founded on science. Some of my favourites resources are Dr. Colin Campbell’s book The China Study and his follow-up Whole. There’s more detail about it on the NutritionStudies website, plus follow-up recipe books.

Another hero in the plant-based food hall of fame is Dr Michel Greger. Famous for his book How Not To Die check out his Nutrition Facts website for the latest research, YouTube videos, recipes and download the free ‘Daily Dozen’ App to make sure you’re getting a balanced plant-based diet.

The vegan explosion of the last few years was fuelled to a large extent by some brilliant documentaries. Amongst my favourites are Cowspiracy, What the Health, Forks over Knives and Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead. These all have supporting websites, full of factual information, help to change your diet and lifestyle, recipes and apps.

Some great vegan blogs

There are so many excellent vegan bloggers out there on the Interweb that you’re spoilt for choice. My top five are:

  1. Vegan Richa
  2. Lovin It Vegan
  3. Connoisseurus Veg (Great name, I can never spell it!)
  4. Deliciously Ella (one of the very few vegan cook books I’ve bought, on Kindle)
  5. Good Eatings – it’s Swedish, need I say more?

These are just My favourites. There’s loads more listed in this Top 50 vegan blogs of 2018. Then, don’t forget to check out YouTube if you’re more of a visual learner.