How to go vegan

The best tools to make your transition to veganism easy & fun:
free online vegan services, websites with tips, recipes, meals planners, nutritional information and other top resources on how to go vegan.

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Hundreds of vegans, along with registered dietitians, are volunteering to help you in your vegan journey.

Changing eating habits can be hard at first, but it only gets easier and easier as you go along, until it becomes second nature. You don't have to go through the initial (and sometimes harder) phases alone!

Challenge 22 is here to help you for 22 incredible days. In a closed and private Facebook group, you will receive tips, recipe ideas and a personal mentor you can chat with privately to ask and share anything, at any time.

Other free online services that provide help on how to go vegan:

Veganuary

Hundreds of recipes and tips on how to shop vegan in non-vegan restaurants and supermarkets.   Best suited for UK, U.S. and Australian residents.

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Vegan Easy

30 days of easy vegan recipes,
in addition to a list of Australian vegan-friendly restaurants and a shopping guide.
Best suited for Australians.

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ChooseVeg.com

This website offers a personalized meal planner in addition to online assistance!
Best suited for Americans.

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30 Day Vegan - Viva!

Meal plans for 30 days, even for people who don't like to cook.
Best suited for UK residents.

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More resources that can help you go vegan!

Happy Cow

This website/app helps to locate vegan-friendly restaurants near you everywhere in the world!

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NutritionFacts.org

This scientific website brings you the latest nutritional knowledge, with a special focus on the whole food, plant-based diet.

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hazteveg.com

Hazte veg offers recipes, tips and a restaurant guide in Spanish.
Great resource for those of us
who speak Spanish.

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Cronometer.com

A free website/application that calculates your daily vitamin intake after you write what you ate. Very useful tool for self monitoring.

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Facebook groups for people who want to go vegan:

These groups are a fun and friendly environment, where anyone interested in trying/being vegan should feel safe to ask questions, chat, and share experiences or thoughts.