Did Texas VegFest leave you curious about cutting down on your meat consumption or wanting to go vegan? Check out these sources for information about plant-based diets and cruelty-free lifestyles.
- The Post Punk Kitchen
- Greenling offers vegan recipe kits and Engine 2 Diet recipe kits
- Find a few good cookbooks. We recommend Blissful Bites by Christy Morgan, Simple Vegan by the editors of Good Housekeeping, Veganomicon by Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope Romero, The 30-Minute Vegan by Mark Reinfeild and Jennifer Murray, or Appetite for Reduction by Isa Chandra Moskowitz.
- Or visit your local library for many vegan cookbooks to browse and check out.
- Happy Cow
- Lazy Smurf’s Guide to Eating Vegan in Austin
- Lone Star Plate: Restaurant Guides by Texas City
- Vegans Rock Austin Restaurant Guide
General How To
- Order a vegetarian starter guide from Compassion Over Killing
- PBJ Campaign
- Zen Habits Guide to Eating a Plant-Based Diet
- Vegan Health
- The Vegetarian Resource Group
- Dr. Baxter Montgomery’s online nutritional boot camp
- Or look for these books: Vegan for Life by Jack Norris and Ginny Messina or
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition by Julieanna Hever
- Leaping Bunny cruelty-free shopping guide
- Lone Star Plate: Texas Vegan and Vegetarian Groups
- Veganic Gardening: Gardening without animal products or synthetic substance
- Find a vegan mentor at the Vegan Society
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