10 Vancouver vegans you need to follow on Instagram

Jun 30 2017, 6:37 pm

Vegans of Vancouver it’s time to rejoice, solidarity is a powerful thing and it looks like your club has gotten a whole lot bigger these past few years.

If you love daily meal inspiration and lifestyle hacks then you’ll need to check out these 10  vegan IG accounts. They shop where you shop, probably eat better than you eat and know the pricey struggle of buying organic avocados all too well.


As a registered holistic nutritionist, if there’s one thing Sisley knows it’s her food. Her daily IG stories will have you cooking up something spectacular every chance you can get.


Eating my way through Barcelona was pretty much the best thing ever. Thanks to a lovely recommendation we went to @flaxandkale SO GOOD. The space is really big and beautiful and they have a bunch of different items including all of the cold-pressed juice (by @teresacarles), nut milks, brunch, desserts and more (mostly vegan). We shared the Raw Super Bowl (leafy greens, coleslaw raw hummus, orange hummus, zucchini tagliatelle with a turmeric pesto, cucumber asazuke, cherry tomatoes with basil pesto, red cabbage sauerkraut, sprouts) 🌿🥑 Speaking of food, there is a new APP in Vancouver called @gomaeapp which is exclusively vegan! It gives you quick access to vegan menu items in Vancouver restaurants! What? Right?! It even gives you recommendations on how to make menu items vegan in non-vegan restaurants. The app launched on Thursday June 1st! I know what I’m going to be doing when I get home! Head to www.gomaeapp.com to find out more! 💛🌟 Time to grab a delicious breakfast here in Marbella 👌🏻🥝

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If you really want to jump into the vegan lifestyle Chloe offers you a full toolkit to do so. Her Instagram, podcasts, and novel can help you transform your eating patterns to full on vegan goodness.


If you’re a recipe junkie then look no further, Bridget posts recipes of all her Insta shots on her blog. Her feed is full of diverse meal choices and lifestyle inspiration. You’ll be direct messaging her for deets in no time.


Never a bad time for cookies 😋

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Simple food and a simple aesthetic. Bethany’s feed is easy on the eyes and chalk full of ideas even the laziest of vegans could cook up.


Calling all smoothie bowl lovers, so basically all vegans. Nova is a master of breakfast bowl fun and knows how to present them perfectly. Don’t have a bowl through it in a jar, no jar make pancakes. The breakfast possibilities are endless.

Today’s mid afternoon lunch 🍴🌱zucchini noodles, chickpeas, avo, and sautéed red pepper, onion, and mushrooms 💛 perfect fuel until dinner later on! Been thinking about social media the past few days and how easy it is to get swept up into the idea that someone “has it all” because of what they show on Instagram. Social media gives us the opportunity to portray the best parts of ourselves while leaving out the regular parts of our lives like laying around on the couch doing nothing, having bad skin days, dealing with personal stress etc. I think it’s important for all of us to recognize this whether it comes to body image, or food or whatever because, straight up, my food is almost never presented this way unless I’m taking a photo to show to you guys! Keep that in mind when you’re cooking, or trying on clothes, or feeling down or whatever it is, just remember everyone’s going through their own stuff and what gets portrayed tends to be just a few percent of the whole! We’re all in this together people!!! 💛

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Fun foods and even more fun floral backgrounds. Whether she cooks them up or purchases them pre-made, Ania has a knack for finding delicious vegan goodies and sharing them with her followers.


Bethany’s feed is devoted to helping people eat what she eats. In addition to posting most of her meals she also makes quick YouTube tutorials on how to prepare a full day’s worth of balanced vegan chow.


Vancouver’s guide to local vegan eateries and on-the-run meals. A great feed to hit up whenever you’re looking to try something new.


Cold soba noodle salad with purple cabbage, snap peas, radish and avocado with crispy bok choy on the side 🌱🥑 〰 Method: Bring a pot of water to a boil and cook soba noodles for 8-10 mins. I used organic kamut and buckwheat soba, which I got from Spud. Drain and rinse in cold water. Add noodles to a bowl, add desired veggies and toss with dressing. To broil the bok boy: set broil to high. Cut bok choy in half and drizzle with avocado oil. Set baking sheet on middle rack and cook for 5-7 mins, flip and cook for another 5-7mins. Dressing: 1 tsp minced ginger 1 minced garlic clove 1/4 cup avocado oil 2 tbsp tamari 2 tbsp rice vinegar 2 tbsp filtered water 2 tsp maple syrup Mixed all ingredients into a jar or bowl.

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Even if you’re not a vegan you need to check out Jessica’s account. Her food photography is actually a work of art. Word of warning, the different ways this girl can cut an avocado will blow your effing mind.


Vegan Beggars Banquet 🌏🌎🌏 @acornvancouver is one of the loveliest places for brunch! Very vegan friendly and always delicious

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Just two chill vegan girls who got together to Instagram what they eat—typical Vancouver. On a serious note, Ali and Courtney’s foodventures are full of colour and good vibes and not to be missed out on.