40 best Asian Vegan Blogs

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We asked over 30 vegan Facebook Groups who your “favourite Asian vegan blogs/YouTuber” was. We had almost 1,000 votes (thank you if you voted). Although we’ve ranked them by numbers we feel that everyone on the list is a winner. We hope you will see some familiar names but also find some new names and enjoy watching/learning some new and delicious recipes.

1. Cheap Lazy Vegan (170 votes)

Rose Lee was born in South Korea but moved to Canada when she was eight. She first posted to her YouTube channel in May 2015, when she was living in London, UK. “I had the intention of just sharing my own thoughts & beliefs about Veganism” says Lee. The rest, as they say, is history.

Social MediaCheap Lazy Vegan
Instagram158k followers
YouTube695K subscribers

2. Peaceful Cuisine (100 votes)

Ryoya Takashima was born in 1983 and used be a vegan chef. Almost all the dishes Ryoya makes on his channel are vegan, and Ryoya is a vegan himself. On his website, Ryoya states his belief in bringing peace to the world through a vegan lifestyle. His website states, “Eat foods that are good for all people, all creatures and the environment. World peace through the food choices we make.” And don’t forget those wonderful AMSR sounds!

Social MediaPeaceful Cuisine
Instagram107k followers
YouTube2.34M subscribers

3. Chez Jorge (71 votes)

George Lee from Taipei, Taiwan and currently a freshman undergraduate student at UC Berkeley. As an avid home-cook, food photographer, and restaurant reviewer he’s “in love with all things food and constantly on the lookout for new flavors”. With simple instructions, humorous videos and great photography George is one to watch for the future.

Favourite video: Three Cup tofu, Taiwanese style

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VEGAN TOFU PAD THAI that will blow your socks off. This is an incredibly flavorful Thai dish with the perfect balance of sweet, salty, and citrus. Served with crunchy peanuts, crispy fried tofu, a fresh squeeze of lime, and you guessed it, a one-way ticket to flavor-town. . . (Recipe👇🏼 and tutorial 👉🏼Share this with all your friends & family to show them how EASY it is!) INGREDIENTS 2 tablespoons oil 150 grams rice noodles 130 grams bean sprouts 2 scallions, segmented 2 tablespoons brown sugar (or cane sugar) 1 shallot, finely minced 3 cloves garlic, finely minced 2 dried red chili peppers, deseeded & thinly sliced 100 grams fried tofu, cubed 2 tablespoons crushed roasted peanuts Sauce 1 tablespoon light soy sauce (low sodium) 1 tablespoon dark soy sauce (low sodium) 2 tablespoons tamarind paste 1 tablespoon light brown miso 2 tablespoons sriracha 1 teaspoon doubanjiang, or spicy broad bean paste 2 tablespoons water DIRECTIONS Soak the rice noodles in hot water for 4-5 minutes, or until the noodles are softened (but not completely cooked). Drain and set aside. Make the Sauce. First, mix the miso with the water to loosen the paste. Then add all the rest of sauce ingredients. Mix and set aside. Heat up peanut oil (or vegetable oil) in a non-stick pan on medium-high heat. Note: This may seem like a lot of oil but it is crucial if you don’t want the noodles to stick! First, fry the garlic, shallots, and dried chili peppers until aromatic, about 2 minutes. Then, add the brown sugar (or cane sugar) along with fried tofu cubes, and cook until the sugar caramelizes, around 1-2 minutes. Add in the prepared sauce, followed by rice noodles. Stir very well to combine, and make sure the rice noodles don’t stick together. When the noodles are cooked to your desired done-ness, take the pan off the heat and add bean sprouts and scallion segments. Toss and use residual heat to heat the vegetables through. Top Pad Thai with crushed peanuts to finish. Serve warm. 🙂 George.

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Social MediaChez Jorge
Instagram24.9k followers
YouTube1.26K subscribers

4. Vegan Richa (68 votes)

Richa Hingle-Garg is the award winning recipe developer, blogger, and photographer behind VeganRicha.com. She frequently pulls on her Indian heritage for recipe inspiration, both veganizing traditional dishes and infusing traditional flavors into her other recipes.

Social MediaVegan Richa
Instagram298k followers
YouTube29.7K subscribers

5. The Viet Vegan (42 votes)

Canadian born and Toronto-based vegan blogger Lisa Le, this blog is home to many simple vegan recipes with a Vietnamese twist, along with honest and humorous musings about life in general. She says “I’m a sucker for plants, noodles, and food in bowls!” 

Social MediaThe Viet Vegan
Instagram35.5k followers
YouTube74.8K subscribers

6. Pick Up Limes (41 votes)

Sadia Badiei is a Canadian who gained a BSc in Dietetics. She’s currently living in the Netherlands. She shares delicious vegan recipes along with health and lifestyle tips. We love the meal prep!

Social MediaPick Up Limes
Instagram684k followers
YouTube3.12M subscribers

7. The Korean Vegan (39 votes)

Joanne is Korean American woman, born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She veganizes Korean dishes and her food photography is dark, mysterious and beautiful.

She also has a dedicated section of gluten-free recipes for those who avoid gluten.

Favourite video: SPICY AND CRUNCHY GARLIC TOFU

Social MediaThe Korean Vegan
Instagram129k followers
YouTube4.59K subscribers

8. Woon Heng (39 votes)

Woon Heng Chia grew up in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and you can certainly see this influence in her cooking.  The Dallas-based food blogger is on a mission. Heng shares recipes to help you take your life from meat-eater to plant-eater “one dish at a time”.

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KL Hokkien mee😋 is a very popular and delicious stir-fried noodle dish in Malaysia. It’s an inexpensive but satisfying meal that you can find at many Chinese eateries around KL. One of the key ingredients of a lip-smacking😋 Hokkien Mee is a good dark soy sauce and I found that Lee Kum Kee Premium Dark Soy Sauce @lkkusa is the perfect match to create the flavor that I am familiar with. I used this dark soy sauce to braise the noodles to create a harmonious flavor with the sweet crunchy cabbage for an umami plant-rich meal😍.[AD] Lee Kum Kee is the brand that I trusted from early on and their sauces have become my pantry staples. This Premium Dark Soy Sauce is made from naturally brewed soy sauce that is rich in flavors with an appetizing caramel color for my Hokkien mee. I hope you give this dish a try and have a great day! Best, WoonHeng❤️⁣ ⁣⁣ Recipe (yields 3 servings)⁣⁣ Ingredients:⁣⁣ 3 servings frozen udon (thawed to room temp) or fresh yellow noodles⁣ 7oz firm tofu (pressed)⁣, sliced⁣ 4oz Konnyaku slices (optional)⁣ 3oz sliced mushrooms (used King Oyster)⁣ 2 cups chopped cabbage⁣⁣ 2 cups chopped YuChoy⁣ 2 tablespoons finely chopped garlic⁣⁣ oil for cooking⁣ Sauce: ⁣ 3 tablespoons @lkkusa Premium Dark Soy Sauce ⁣ 2 cups of water ⁣ 2 cups of veggie stock ⁣ ⁣ 1. In a heated non-stick pan with 3 teaspoons oil, pan-fry tofu slices until golden brown, then continue to sauté mushrooms for about 1 minute. Set aside. ⁣ 2. Using the same pan, add another tablespoon of oil and sauté garlic until aromatic.⁣ 3. Add in the water, veggie stock, @lkkusa Premium Dark Soy Sauce, and bring the mixture to a boil.⁣ 4. Place in the noodles and rest of the ingredients (except vegetables), then place a lid over and lower heat to simmer until the sauce is reduced to half.⁣ 5. Remove the lid and add in the vegetables, then toss to combine. Let the veggies cook for another minute until tender. Season accordingly.⁣ 6. Turn off the heat and serve warm with a side of sambal or chili sauce.⁣ Note: Sauce will thicken slightly once it’s cooled down & adjust stock or water accordingly if using different types of noodles. ⁣ .⁣⁣ .⁣⁣ .⁣⁣ .⁣⁣ .⁣⁣ #leekumkee #soysauce #lkksharelife #lkkusa

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Social MediaWoon Heng
Instagram322k followers
YouTube2.65K subscribers

9. Wil Yeung (35 votes)

Lay Ho Ma! When it comes to delicious vegan food, Hong Kong-born Canadian Wil Yeung knows how to cook up a storm and create some of the best meals possible. He’s also a keen musician and runs his own music school in his hometown of Ontario. (We wrote a blog this year on the difference between Wil Yeung and Will Young)

Social MediaWil Yeung
Instagram5,553 followers
YouTube131K subscribers

10. Mary’s Test Kitchen

Mary Lin describes herself as a “vegan recipe developer, YouTuber, and cat person”. She’s Chinese Canadian, born & raised in Vancouver, BC (currently in Calgary, Alberta) her mission is to veganize all her favourite comfort foods from Canadian, Cantonese and other Asian cuisines! Her blog asks the question “What should I veganize next?”

We love the glazed donuts and can’t wait to try them.

Favourite video: We love this easy vegan meals for one

Social MediaMary’s Test Kitchen
Instagram27.5k followers
YouTube264K subscribers

11. Loud Noodle

aka Liz Miu has been blogging since 2018. She blogs about food, self care and travel. She’s based in Sydney, Australia and her mantra is simple… GOOD. VEGAN. FOOD. She’s also running mylkandbun which creates “Cinnamon buns supporting women facing homelessness and domestic violence

Favourite video: the EPIC vegan hot pot

Social MediaLoud Noodle
Instagram125k followers
YouTube18.3K subscribers

12. Veggiekins

Remy Morimoto Park is an NYC vegan. When she’s not in the kitchen she’s also a certified yoga and meditation teacher, mindfulness coach and holistic nutritionist. She aim is to “create vegan and gluten free recipes with a focus on whole food plant based ingredients and the healing power of plants”. The majority of her recipes are refined sugar free and made without added oils.

Favourite video: Vegan pizza for breakfast!!!

Social MediaVeggiekins
Instagram137k followers
YouTube118K subscribers

13. Mommy Tang

Tang has been called the Vegan “mukbang” Queen of YouTube. She’s Mommy to daughters named Kayla, Amber and Payton and a son named Jayden. She shares her vegan, Korean-style recipes and food with her followers, with an emphasis on family-friendly dishes. If you’re looking for a YouTuber who’s light, witty, and entertaining, Mommy Tang is your go-to.

Favourite video: Black Bean Noodles

Social MediaMommy Tang
Instagram109k followers
YouTube496K subscribers

14. East Meets Kitchen

Christina Ng a culinary – trained food writer, recipe developer and YouTube host. She grew up watching Julia Child cooking shows every Saturday morning–time she should have spent preparing for her piano lessons. Her insta is a mix of travel, food and beautiful photography.

Favourite video: Korean Spicy Ramen

Social MediaEast Meets Kitchen
Instagram3,054 followers
YouTube56.5K subscribers

15. Okonomi Kitchen

Lisa Kitahara is Okonomi Kitchen. She hails from Toronto and graduated from The University of Western Ontario with a BA Honours Kinesiology degree. Okonomi (お好み) is a Japanese word that literally translates to “how you like” or “what you like”. If you are looking for Japanese and ethnic food this is the blog for you.

Favourite video: Easy High Protein Meal prep ideas

Social MediaOkonomi Kitchen
Instagram42.9k followers
YouTube69.4K subscribers

16. The Foodie takes Flight

Jeeca as she likes to be called grew up in a Filipino-Chinese household in the Philippines. She says “my creations are inspired by the food and culture I grew up with, as well as my travel“.

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I’m the type of person who needs to be munching on something while working so these Baked Herb Fries with a Beet Garlic Mayo are the perfect finger food 🍟🙈 what’s something you love to munch on? Really in need of more ideas because I’m always just having the usual stuff. 😅 anyway, sharing the recipe for these fries and dip below! I also can’t stress enough that washing your peeled potatoes and soaking them in water is so important before baking because this way you wash out the starch and get crispier potatoes!! (ad) Baked Herb Fries with Beet Garlic Mayo Good for 2 2 large (650g) potatoes, I used Yukon gold potatoes 1 tsp rose salt @suncorefoods 1 tsp dried basil or chopped fresh basil 1/2 tsp dried rosemary 1/2 tsp dried parsley Sprinkle of pepper Drizzle of olive oil Beet Garlic Mayo 1/2 cup vegan mayo 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 tsp beet powder @suncorefoods, diluted in 1/2 tbsp hot water Dash of pepper Salt to taste Heat the oven or oven toaster at 350F. You can also air-fry these! Wash and peel the potatoes. Slice into 1/2-inch pieces and wash through water. Soak in room temp. water for 10 minutes. This is to remove the starch and get the potatoes crispier! Mix the potatoes with the salt, herbs, salt, pepper, and olive oil. Place on a lined baking tray. Baked for 35-40 minutes, flipping halfway through, or until golden brown and crisp. For the mayo dip, simply mix everything together until well incorporated. Adjust seasoning based on your desired taste. Enjoy! . . . . . . . #thefoodietakesflight #compassionateliving #manilavegans #yummyph #veganfoodie #makesmewhole #plantpower #veganph #foodgawker #plantbased #whatveganseat #f52grams #easyrecipes #veganrecipes #veganism #vegankitchen #foodphotography #foodblogfeed #mealprep #frieslover #heresmyfood #plantbased #potatoesarelife #cleaneats #forkyeah #potatoes #recipeoftheday

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Favourite video: Crispy Eggplant Katsu

Social MediaThe Foodie takes Flight
Instagram318k followers
YouTube8.39K subscribers

17. Hot for food

Lauren Toyota is Hot for food. HFF launched as a blog in February 2014 and earned over 10,000 visitors within the first week. She has a knack for creating vegan versions of comfort foods like mac and cheese, burgers, caesar salad, and even cheesecake. This is helping to catapult the vegan lifestyle into the mainstream and proving that plant based diets are far from boring.

Favourite video: The perfect mac and cheese

Social MediaHot for Food
Instagram367k followers
YouTube466K subscribers

18. Astig Vegan

aka RG Enriquez. She’s a cook and a purveyor of both traditionally vegan and veganized Filipino recipes. She says “Filipino food can be vegan, healthy, & delicious without losing its soul

Social MediaAstig Vegan
Instagram22.5k followers
YouTube28.2K subscribers

19. Raw Chef Yin

Yin is Malaysia’s raw vegan celebrity chef with five books, a cooking show and countless demos and workshops under her belt. She trained at the world’s leading raw & plant-based culinary academy and now dedicates her time to helping others make beautiful, delicious raw vegan cuisine.

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🌶️Curried Carrot Dip with Fresh Crudités (raw vegan) – I tried out a recipe by @crystal_dawn_culinary from the #7Days7Chefs. This nut-free dip is full of flavour! Made from a base of sunflower seeds, carrots add a really nice sweetness and pair really nicely with curry powder. The recipe is from the epic raw vegan guided meal plan by 7 international, professional chefs (including me!): @pachavega @rootedinraw @rawchefcarla @rawchefemily @apothecarychef @rawchefyin 🌱7 Days of Raw Food with 7 Raw Food Chefs 🌱 This guided meal plan has it all laid out for you. You get – shopping list so you never have to wonder what ingredients to get – prep schedule, so you know when you’ll need to soak nuts/seeds in advance and not be caught off guard – equipment and tool list, so you can make sure you have all you need to make the yummy raw dishes – daily recipe schedule, so you don’t need to crack your head on what dishes to prepare. It’s already all plan out nicely for you including breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and even snacks! PLUS, once you’re in you’ll have instant access to ALL the exclusive resources in the private Facebook group, including: ✅Exclusive video tutorials, only meant for members of #7days7chefs ✅Support from all 7 chefs to answer any of your queries on raw food prep, storage, sprouting, etc ✅Community – you’ll never feel left out or laughed at just because you’ve made a choice to include raw food in your life because there are so many others in the group just like you You can view all the details of the guided meal plan here: https://payhip.com/b/ui3B Or click the Linktree on my IG profile page.

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Favourite video: Mango Gelato

Social MediaRaw Chef Yin
Instagram8,460 followers
YouTube1.12K subscribers

20. Tokyo Veg Life

Born and raised in Japan, in a meat-loving family. The tokyo-based yogini shares recipes for a simple vegan life in Japan.

Favourite video: Wow salads!

Social MediaTokyo Veg Life
Instagram9,282 followers
YouTube77.7K subscribers

21. Thriving on Plants

Cherie Tu is based in Sydney Australia and a passionate advocate for a cruelty-free vegan lifestyle. She says that “since going vegan, it has motivated me more than ever to challenge my creativity in order to show how simple and delicious vegan cooking can be“.

Favourite video: Pancakes, Vegan Pancakes!

Social MediaThriving on Plants
Instagram373k followers
YouTube130K subscribers

22. Radhi Devlukia

Radhi was born in the UK and is a qualified Ayurvedic Health Counsellor degree with California College of Ayurveda.

Favourite video: Maple Pecan Granola

Social MediaRadhi Devlukia
Instagram802k followers
YouTube9.22K subscribers

23. Chef Dave Vegan Journey

Dave hails from Segamat, Johor and graduated from the United Kingdom in Hospitality Management Bachelor and MBA. In 2020, he decided to become a full-time vegan stand in solidarity with animals. He does his own video production all by himself and just edits it using his phone with subtitles in three languages (Malay, English and Mandarin)

Favourite video: Roti Canai

Social MediaChef Dave
Instagram2,667 followers
YouTube27.7K subscribers

24. More than veggies

Joy Yuan is a Singapore-based creative, food and travel blogger. A professionally trained visual designer and self-taught photographer, she has been creating plant-based recipes for the past decade. She shares her creations on morethanveggies.sg and is often consulted for her knowledge of plant-based food options. She has also appeared on Singapore’s MediaCorp’s Channel 8 programme, Hello Singapore, to share her recipe for plant-based bak kwa (Chinese pork jerky). Her first recipe book titled, “More Than Veggies – Asian Favourites Made Plant-based” was released in August 2020 (currently available here) and will be available on Amazon International from April 2021 onwards

Favourite video: Coconut Panda spread (Nyonya Kaya)

Social MediaMore than veggies
Instagram4,525 followers
YouTube1.28K subscribers

25. Rainbow Plant Life

Nisha is a lawyer turned vegan food blogger whose recipes are elegant yet attainable. After working as an unhappy lawyer for four years, she launched her dream career in food by creating Rainbow Plant Life, where she shares incredibly flavorful vegan recipes and inspiration. Her mission is to show people how delicious and rewarding a vegan lifestyle can be and prove that vegan diets are anything but boring.

Favourite video: Nut-Free cheese sauce

Social MediaRainbow Plant Life
Instagram452k followers
YouTube174K subscribers

26. Le Cuisines Tanha

Faizul grew up in a village in Malaysia where three different cultures mix. In fact, in Malaysia the scents of Indian, Malaysian and Chinese spices are found. It is in the kitchens of his grandmothers and then his mother that Faizul drew the source of his inspiration.

Favourite video: Pad Kra Pao

Social MediaLe Cuisines Tanha
Instagram91 followers
YouTube148 subscribers

27. The Plant Based Wok

Hannah is a cook, writer, and photographer, currently based in Taipei, Taiwan. She spent a year traveling in China and training as a chef at the Guangzhou Vegetarian Culinary School. She is currently writing her debut cookbook, to be released Spring 2022 with Clarkson Potter/Penguin Random House. One look at her Insta feed and you can definitely see the photography skills.

Favourite video: Scallion Pancakes

Social MediaThe Plant Based Wok
Instagram137k followers
YouTube691 subscribers

28. Ducan Kitchen

The website combines his three passions: cooking, photography and writing. The aim is to highlight “the world of delicious, healthy and beautiful food“. And offer “tips for a greener and more environmentally friendly life“. This is another channel where headphones will give you the best ASMR experience.

Favourite video: Pumpkin Sauce

Social MediaDucan Kitchen
Instagram6,117 followers
YouTube10.9K subscribers

29. The Sasha Diaries

Sasha Gill grew up in Singapore.  Currently studying medicine at the University of Oxford. Which would keep anyone bus, but she manages to be a “kooky vegan cook every bit in between” in her spare time.

Favourite video: Breakfast Muffins

Social MediaThe Sasha Diaries
Instagram38.1k followers
YouTube142 subscribers

30. Peace by Vegan

Ryuji Chua is an animal rights filmmaker. His mission is “to connect humans with other animals by telling meaningful stories on social media“.

In the last two years his content has been seen over 9 million times and shared over 100,000 times. Here’s one more share for the list 🙂

Favourite video: Meat eaters react to cow slaughter

Social MediaPeace by Vegan
Instagram55.4k followers
YouTube5.92K subscribers

31. Sweet Simple Vegan

Jasmine, and her partner Chris run the Sweet Simple Vegan blog. It kicked off as a hobby 2013. They say it has “transformed into a platform for us to share our passion, and hopefully inspire others to choose to live more consciously for themselves, the animals and our planet” we couldn’t agree more!

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ONE POT VEGAN HAMBURGER HELPER 🍝🍔⁣ ⁣ Two of my favorite foods combined into one 😍 find the full recipe on https://sweetsimplevegan.com/2020/01/one-pot-vegan-hamburger-helper/ and below! ⁣ ⁣ Ingredients⁣ * 1 tsp oil⁣ * 1/2 medium yellow onion, diced⁣ * 2 cloves garlic, minced⁣ * 1 lb. vegan ground beef⁣ * 1 tbsp cornstarch⁣ * 1 tbsp chili powder⁣ * 1 tsp oregano, dried⁣ * 1 tsp paprika⁣ * 1 1/2 cups warm unsweetened almond milk⁣ * 1 1/2 cups warm vegetable broth⁣* (see notes) * 2 cups uncooked rotini pasta⁣ * 1/2 tsp salt, or to taste⁣ * 1/4 tsp pepper, or to taste⁣ * 1 to 1 1/2 cups shredded vegan cheddar cheese⁣ * Optional: 2 tbsp chopped parsley, to garnish⁣ ⁣ Instructions⁣ 1. Heat a large skillet over medium high heat and add in the oil, onions and garlic. Sauté for 3 to 4 minutes, or until the onions have softened and the garlic is fragrant.⁣ 2. Add in the vegan ground beef alternative and break it up with your cooking utensil. Cook, stirring often, for about 6 minutes. Drain any excess fat in the pan if needed.⁣ 3. In a small bowl, mix together the cornstarch, oregano, chili powder, paprika, salt, and pepper until uniform. Sprinkle the mixture over the mixture in the pan and stir well to distribute.⁣ 4. Mix in the almond milk, broth and pasta, and bring everything to a boil. Once boiling, cover with a lid, reduce the heat to a simmer and cook for 10 to 12 minutes, or until the pasta is al dente. Remove from heat. Keep in mind that it will thicken as it cools.⁣ 5. Sprinkle the shredded vegan cheese over the cooked pasta and stir until it has melted through.⁣ 6. Garnish with freshly chopped parsley as desired. Enjoy!⁣ ⁣ Notes⁣ * If you want to take this to the next level, replace 1/2 cup of the vegetable broth with 1/2 cup of tomato sauce.⁣ #sweetsimplevegan #onepot #veganrecipe #hamburgerhelper

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Favourite video: Vegan Thanksgiving

Social MediaSweet Simple Vegan
Instagram245k followers
YouTube140K subscribers

32. Dr. Anthony Lim

Dr. Lim is a board-certified family physician, and enjoys working closely with patients to help them adopt healthier habits that can significantly improve their overall health. He is a graduate of Stanford University with a degree in Human Biology, and subsequently obtained his law degree from Harvard Law School and his medical degree from Boston University. He has a busy career combining patient care, teaching, and community advocacy focused on whole food, plant-based nutrition. He has a special interest in the role of diet and lifestyle medicine in both preventing and treating chronic illnesses such as obesity, diabetes, cancer, autoimmune conditions, and heart disease.

Favourite video: We don’t have a favourite. We would suggest that you search in YouTube and find some more information on this brilliant human being.

Social MediaAnthony Lim
Instagram1,552 followers
YouTube

33. Aki’s Japanese Recipes for Vegans

Aki is Akihiro Yasui he has been cooking Japanese vegan dishes on his Youtube channel for over three years. When he’s not cooking he runs Earthackers is a web magazine whose mission is to share sustainable ideas through documentary films and articles across the world.

Favourite video: Miso Ramen

Social MediaAki’s Japanese
Instagram1,423 followers
YouTube7.94K subscribers

34. Sanjana Feasts

Sanjana, a British-born food writer and recipe developer with Indian and East African roots. Her parents were African-born immigrants whose ancestors came from Gujarat, on the Kathiawar peninsula in western India. Her family culture has taught her “to believe is that food transcends borders and that a bowl of good daal can fix anything“.

Favourite video: Masala chips… need we say more!

Social MediaSanjana Feasts
Instagram53.2k followers
YouTube5.32K subscribers

35. Veggie Bear

Simple and tasty Korean veggie cuisine

Favourite video: Simple Stir fried broccoli

Social MediaVeggie Bear
Instagram
YouTube9.66K subscribers

36. BoBo Vegan

BoBo Vegan shares home made Chinese And Western Vegan Easy Recipes.

Favourite video: Curd Rolls With Taro

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Instagram
YouTube30.2K subscribers

37. Kuro Neko Kitchen

Amy from Kuro Neko Kitchen shows us how to make easy vegan cooking videos that actually taste good! She make vegan blogs videos mostly in Japanese and English.

Favourite video: Katsu curry

Social MediaKuro Neko Kitchen
Instagram65 followers
YouTube518 subscribers

38. Harshdeep Swami

Harshdeep supplies advice for health and wellness with whole foods plant based lifestyle. Lots of simple healthy recipes and healthy lifestyle related information.

Favourite video: Simple Black Chickpeas curry for weight loss

Social MediaNumber of follower/subscribers
Instagram997 followers
YouTube

39. The Sarah Sullivan

Sarah Sullivan’s blog dedicated to vegan food, fitness, lifestyle, and much much more. Her goal is “to show you how easy it can be to make delicious and satisfying plant-based meals“. She believes “we can all lead more compassionate and intentional lives, starting with what’s on our plates“.

Favourite video: How to tofu

Social MediaSarah’s Vegan Kitchen
Instagram25k followers
YouTube232K subscribers

40. Kale Sandwich Show

Just two weirdos (there words not ours) called Rawch and Dee who make recipe videos, vlogs and other fun filled content. We love food and we’re kinda weird! We love their catchphrase KEEP ON VEGANING!!!

Favourite video: Vegan kimchi

Social MediaKale Sandwich Show
Instagram2,050 followers
YouTube45.6K subscribers

Honourable mentions for;

草獸派對 Taiwan Vegan Frenzy – YouTube
Leroy VGANG – YouTube
Misus Yaya – YouTube
Jasmine Briones – YouTube
Vegan Tanmen – Instagram

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Thank you to everyone that votes. We’ll do the same poll next year.

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  1. Hi~~
    This is a really neat list, but I was wondering where Ryan Lum from Happy Healthy Vegan is?
    He’ve been a really active vegan advocate for the last 7 years and I would think absolutely deserves to be high up on this ranking.
    Cheers!

  2. I’m not that much of an internet reader to be honest but your blogs really nice, keep it up! I’ll go ahead and bookmark your website to come back down the road.