I love blogs, and I've been reading them for as long as I've been a vegan, and that's a long ass time. Recently, though, I've noticed a lot of my favorite bloggers, and some new ones, making amazing content on YouTube. All of these 5 I'm going to share with you today make high quality content that helps to spread the veggie word. I'm really just getting into the whole watching vloggers on youtube thing, so if you have suggestions of channels I might dig, please let me a comment!
Jenny is a lovely, minimalist lifestyle and vegan food blogger from Sweden. She makes amazingly beautiful videos with the help of her partner, David, about life and food. The meals are simple yet not restrictive, and she's fun to watch. I especially love her logs of what she eats in a day.
I have been reading JoJo's blog for a little bit now, but I really love her travel videos. She's currently roaming the world and giving updates on how to pack and what to eat. Check this one out if you have Wanderlust!
Hot for Food
This channel is actually what started my foray into vlogs in general. This cute couple makes amazingly delicious vegan food and has fun doing it. They often have cook-offs, and my favorite kind of video is where they figure out what to make from stuff in the fridge. Their vegan food is very similar to what omni's can eat, so bust out their recipes when cooking for a mixed crowd.
The Vegan Roadie
If you love food shows on the Travel Channel, or things like that, you'll love The Vegan Roadie. He picks different cities around the country and eats his way through amazing vegan food. I think this is a go-to if you're planning a trip and plan on stuffing your face. At the end of the videos, he always makes a recipe in his hotel room, which is great for people who travel often.
The Vegan Bros may insight controversy among vegans for their brash videos, but I included them on the list because they're funny and I like their point of view. They definitely preach an easy going and approachable veganism, which is more likely to draw people into the lifestyle. They also promote healthy living and smash the stereotypes of the skinny, non-manly vegan.
I hope you check out some of these channels and find something that you like. If you have ones you're currently loving, let me know!