As a vegetarian-friendly brand, we’re all about promoting plant power here at Bounce. To help you get the most out of National Vegetarian Week, we’ve compiled the top seven vegetarian accounts for you to follow on social media.
So whether you’re looking for vegetarian information, recipe inspiration or idea generation, we’ve done all the hard work so you don’t have to…
The Veg Space
Comfort. Eating. No two words nourish the soul quite like comfort eating and, showcasing recipes for everything from pasta to potatoes, pancakes to pies, it’s something Kate Ford has mastered. Her colcannon shepherd’s pie is an absolute game-changer!
Life of a Vegetarian
Worth a follow for her inspired vegetarian lunchboxes alone, Renae Westley is a prime example of how vegetarian eating can be as simple as it is tasty and nutritious. With easy to follow recipes, it’s a life-hacking account, one we come back to time and time again for inspiration.
Ok, so it’s not technically an account to follow, but we couldn’t leave Buzzfeed’s hilarious vegetarian articles – such as ‘26 Tweets About Being A Vegetarian That Are Too Real’ – off the list. Just log onto Buzzfeed.com, type ‘vegetarian’ into the search engine and thank us later!
When it comes to satisfying cravings, the lovely folk over at Tasty Vegetarian just get it. It doesn’t matter whether you’re craving something sweet or savoury, their bird’s-eye view instructional videos are as straightforward as they are scrummy.
If you’re looking for family-friendly, veggie recipes with a twist, then Scottish food blogger, Jaqueline Meldrum, should be at the top of your list. From sarnies to scones, quick eats to pub grub; Meldrum’s recipes are honest, authentic and, most importantly, tasty.
The First Mess
Combining the most incredible ingredients with the most Instagrammable photography, The First Mess’ formula is a recipe for success. The undisputed queen of vegetarian flat lays, Laura Wright’s well-being food journey makes this is a must-follow account.
Whether you bookmark their website or simply follow their social media channels, the Vegetarian Society is your definitive one stop shop for news, articles, recipes and events. Unless you’ve got food nearby, just make sure you don’t read their content on an empty stomach.