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Published on January 2nd, 2013 | by Andrea Bertoli

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new year: new food inspiration for you

Here at Vibrant Wellness Journal we’re helping you start the year off right with some of our favorite food blogs on the web! This post is broken down into sections featuring the best in vegan/raw, vegetarian, and omnivorous delights. We’ve also created a section for our favorite food news sources. Regardless of where you find your eating habits this year, you are bound to find a new favorite site here on this list!

Cheers to you finding new foods and favorite blogs!

Vegan & Raw Food Blogs
Choosing Raw
Vegan Culinary Crusade
Manifest Vegan
Almost  Vegan Chef
Sweetly Raw
Hipster Food
The Blissful Chef
The Kind Life
Cheap & Simple Vegan Recipes
Our Hen House
Finding Clarity
A Dash of Compassion
Heather Eats Almond Butter
Post Punk Kitchen
Oh She Glows
Novel Eats
Seitan is my Motor
Vegan Dad
Diet, Dessert, and Dogs

The Vegan Chickpea
Glue and Glitter
and our sister site,
Eat, Drink… Better!
Omnivorous Food Blogs
Small Measure
Healthful Pursuit
Forest Feast
Smitten Kitchen
What Runs Lori
Cardamom and Cast Iron
La Domestique
Honey & Salt
The Spunky Coconut
Sweet Roots
Fig and Quince
Roost
 
 Vegetarian Food Blogs
101 Cookbooks
Rosemarried
Sprouted Kitchen
Umami Girl
Love and Lemons
Green Kitchen Stories
 
Food News
Politics of the Plate
Fooducate
Grist
NPR’s The Salt
New York Times Well Blog
 

 

 

 



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Vegetarian chef, educator, blogger, and yogi based on the gathering isle of Oahu. Follow her foodie adventures at Vibrant Wellness Journal, Vibrant Wellness Education, Green Living Ideas and Green UPGRADER. Find more from Andrea on Facebook, , Instagram and Twitter.



5 Responses to new year: new food inspiration for you

  1. Ricki says:

    Some great finds here. I’m always happy to see the names of blogs I haven’t seen before! Off to check them out. Happy new year! :)

  2. Celia says:

    Thanks for the link! I highly recommend Roost to… anyone, really. Most of the stuff is vegetarian. I don’t think I’ve tried a single recipe that hasn’t turned out perfectly. (The gingerbread and cashew brioche are especially good if you eat eggs.) I also love 101 Cookbooks. Can’t wait to check out some of the other links!

    • you’re most welcome, Celia. Roost is just so freakin’ beautiful- and I think that you’ll find some others on the list that reflect this new, beautiful food aesthetic- especially the Forest Feast and Umami Girl. Happy surfing!

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