Going Vegan? Follow These Ladies For Inspiration

Going Vegan? Follow These Ladies For Inspiration

If you've bravely trekked out on the journey to going vegan, you're not alone.

Whether you start full of inspiration, ready to embrace the plant-based diet head on, or if you're taking it a day at a time to see how long you last, there are women who have mastered the Vegan lifestyle, and seemingly with ease.

Related: 9 Tips on How to Transition Into a Vegan Diet

These ladies not only make being Vegan look easy (it's safe to say their goal is let you know that if they can do it, you can too), but they give you tips you need, like recipes and quotes that only those who are struggling with the Vegan lifestyle can understand. Because let's be real, while it's possible, we can't deny le struggle. Take a look at a few ladies who make going Vegan easier for you!

Fat Belly Vegan

Love! It's almost hard to decide where to begin. For starters, her page is like the definition of Vegan food porn. Your mouth will probably drool with vegan-friendly Italian wedding soup, ribs that are made of seitan but could easily pass for the real thing, and her dessert that includes cookie butter stuffed shortbread cookies, caramelized bananas, and pecans. The bonus? She offers a meal prep service for anyone in the Dallas/Fort Worth area who wants to try her recipes. It's like a food delivery service that we always see commercials for, but it's strictly vegan. Homegirl has the vegan life down pact.

Follow me her on Instagram @fatbellyvegan.

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