Vegan Books | Must-Read Titles on Veganism & Vegan Lifestyle
If you still read books. we applaud you. We’re also geeking out if you do. Veganism is on the rise and we receive a lot of questions about lifestyle, travel, cooking, and ethics. Books are a great way to dive deeper into the subject of veganism. They’re a great gift for vegans and a great thing to throw in your bag on the eve of an epic adventure.
We’ve compiled a list of the best vegan books. Happy reading!
Vegan Books, Cookbooks, & Lifestyle Guides
Oh She Glows Cookbook and Oh She Glows Every Day by Angela Liddon
Liddon is a well-known blogger that has included fast and easy plant-based recipes in 101. This vegan book is geared toward those on the go. It’s perfect for our vegan travel tribe.
Thug Kitchen: The Official Cookbook: Eat Like You Give a F*ck and Thug Kitchen 101: Fast as F*ck by Thug Kitchen.
Thug Kitchen is a New York Times best selling series of cookbooks. This fun, snarky, and straightforward style will have you eating like you give a f*ck in no time.
Born from the wildly popular documentary, Sfoure focuses on what you can and should eat to live a healthy life and avoid disease such an diabetes and cancer. Ps If you like documentaries, check out our list of the best vegan documentaries.
The name 100% got our attention. Turner, author and blogger, refutes all excuses in a fun and playful way. It’s a great book for the vegan-curious, the new vegan, or those skeptical friends.
Veganomicon: The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook by Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope Romero.
This super popular book offers more than 250 recipes with gluten-free and soy free options. Score!
Main Street Vegan
Main Street Vegan by Victoria Moran.
This vegan lifestyle book focuses on eating healthy while living compassionately. Moran touches on taking baby steps to a cruelty-free and `life. We love this vegan book because it’s targeting the mainstream, the non-vegans that are looking to make the change
Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows
Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows by Melanie Joy, PhD.
As a social psychologist, Joy discusses the ways in which we lack empathy for farmed animals, such as pigs and cows. She exposes the harsh realities of factory farming. A must read for those on the fence.