Eating Out
  • A Vegan Guide to Dining Out (

    Your local vegan dining options are probably much better than you think. Here's how to find the most vegan-friendly restaurant offerings in your area.

  • Vegan Guide to Eating Out (Vegan Outreach)

    Eating out doesn't have to be difficult. It’s possible to enjoy a filling, tasty vegan meal almost anywhere you eat.

  • HappyCow

    Find vegan/vegetarian restaurants and health food stores worldwide, using their website or mobile app. HappyCow was founded in 1999 as a public service to assist travelers and people everywhere find plant-based / vegan options and healthy food.

  • Eating In
  • Choose Veg

    Wondering what to eat? Here are 30 easy, familiar meal ideas for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

  • Vegan Recipes (PETA)

    Search PETA's database of delicious, mouthwatering, vegetarian and vegan recipes.

  • Vegan Starter Kit

  • Meal Delivery
  • VegMealDelivery

    This is a worldwide online directory of meal delivery services that offer vegan meals. You can easily search for services that will deliver to you and meet your specific dietary needs.

  • Ingredients to Avoid
  • Animal-Derived Ingredients List (PETA)

    PETA’s list of animal-derived ingredients and their alternatives is here to help you avoid animal ingredients in food, cosmetics, and other products. Keep in mind that this list is not all-inclusive.

  • Avoid These Animal-Derived Non Vegan Items

    This alphabetical glossary list covers both food ingredients and ingredients commonly found in non-food items like medicines, personal care items, cleaning products, supplements, and vitamins.

  • Ingredients List (Vegan Peace)

    Ingredients are marked as coming from an animal, vegan, or existing in both animal and vegan versions.

  • Non vegan ingredients to avoid

    Ingredients found in many products that may be animal parts.

  • Vegetarian Journal's Guide To Food Ingredients

    This is a partial listing of common food ingredients taken from an ongoing VRG food ingredients project. Their objective is to provide an easy-to-read, useful list of ingredients commonly found in many foods and beverages that indicates whether they are vegetarian, vegan, or non-vegetarian.