11 Plant-Based Foodies to Follow on Instagram

11 Plant-Based Foodies to Follow on Instagram

Big thanks to summer intern Maddie for whipping up this scrumptious list! 


 
1. @mynewroots

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Sarah fills her Instagram with beautifully photographed, nature-inspired vegetarian treats that are sure to leave you hungry. 

2. @thesashadiaries

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Sasha Gill, “little vegan short and stout,” posts pictures of her foods that are nearly every color of the rainbow. 

3. @3.bunnies

Christina and Ray are a vegan couple that are obsessed with arranging their delicious creations in aesthetically pleasing ways. 

4. @lifeofavegetarian

Check out this page for yummy vegetarian recipes and signature lunchboxes. 

5. @thevegspace

Kate whips up some wonderful vegan & vegetarian snacks and meals, almost all of which can be made in a jiffy.

6. @myberryforest

Add bursts of color to your Instagram timeline by following this mom-- berries and bright fruits galore!

7. @vegankrizzleybear

Kristina photographs her vibrant, vegan masterpieces for the world to see- you won’t find a single picture lacking color. 

8. @thisrawsomeveganlife

Emily is a dessert fanatic- visit her page to find recipes and photos of her delicious, vegan sweets and treats. 

9. @gkstories

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David, a family man and vegetarian cook, shares his masterpieces including healthy pizza, salads, donuts and much more!

10. @thrivingonplants

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Cherie is a fit vegan foodie whose real life meals are sure to make your mouth water.

11. @gingervegan

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Mairi photographs the majority of her sweet vegan treats on a white background, giving her page a fresh feel. 

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