We asked the vegan online community to name the top books that have kept them inspired on their transitioning journey.

Here’s what we got... #CafeVanVeganuary

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1) Keep It Vegan, Aine Carlin

Aine Carlin, creator of popular vegan lifestyle blog Pea Soup Eats, shares delicious recipes and straightforward tips. She keep's it simple with easy-to-follow recipes, using easy to reach ingredients that can be found in your local supermarket.





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2) Feed Me Vegan, Lucy Watson

Made in Chelsea’s finest Lucy Watson’s recipe book is enough to turn the head of even the most dedicated carnivore, Feed Me Vegan is full of tasty, satisfying vegan fare which will have everyone asking for seconds. 








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3) How Not to Die, Dr Michael Greger

Endorsed by the none other by the Dalai Lama himself, this international best seller reveals the what to eat to help treat the top 15 causes of death. It’s full of nutritional science to swot up on. 






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4) Thug Kitchen Cookbook

This book is an invitation to everyone who wants to do better to elevate their kitchen game.
Thug Kitchen arms you with all the info and techniques you need to shop on a budget and eat like you give a f**k.







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5) Fat Gay Vegan: Eat, Drink and Live Like You Give A Shit, Sean O’Callaghan
Profanity is apparently rife in the vegan community with this new release from one of our favourite's, Fat Gay Vegan.
Packed with personal stories and non-preachy advice, this is a compassionate, no-nonsense guide to veganism.






Stay tuned for the top vegan inspired films, as voted by the people, coming tomorrow...

Wanna put your feet up and leave the cooking to someone else? 
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