​"Check out our nutrition page for more information and/or seek advice from a vegan registered dietitian.


​"Treat your taste buds to new foods and new flavours. Leaving your food comfort zone will take you on a voyage of discovery of new cuisines."

"There are thousands of vegan recipes out there from every corner of the globe. Whatever your culinary preference, you'll encounter amazing new dishes and interesting variations on your old favorites.

"Visit Vegan Essentials, one of the largest online stores in the world!​"

Page directly copied from The Vegan Society's website.

Jane Velez-Mitchell and guest hosts from various countries demonstrate how to create "mouth-watering vegan dishes that will have begging for second helpings!" Some guests include Olympic medalists and other sports legends, food bloggers, fitness specialists, restaurant owners, and more.

Photo, L to R: Carissa Kranz, Jane Velez-Mitchell, Chef Babette Davis making guilt-free pizza. Chef Davis owns the outstanding vegan cafe, "Stuff I Eat" in Inglewood, CA.

"It’s time we let you in on a little secret:
going vegan is actually a piece of cake.
Here are some tried and tested tips to help
this exciting process go smoothly.

"Making small changes to your everyday meals is one of the easiest ways to increase the amount of plant-based foods in your diet. You could start by removing meat or dairy one day a week and go from there. Or you could try changing one meal at a time, having vegan breakfasts during your first week, adding a vegan lunch during week two and so on.
You could even try changing one product at a time by swapping cow's milk for almond or soya milk or butter
for coconut oil or margarine. 

There's a plant-based alternative for almost every type
of food you can think of,
so you don't have to miss out on any of your favourite foods. For more inspiration, check out our recipe section as well as Food and drink and our sandwich and wrap filling ideas.

"On a budget? Our blog featuring the cheapest vegan meals!"​​

Making the Switch