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Vegan Chefs Who You Should Be Following

Vegan food has gone widespread, with 6 percent of America's population now being classed as vegan and 600 percent up from 2014. There is no doubt that food based on plants is the future and that these vegan chefs are evidence of that.

Vegan Chefs Who You Should Be Following
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Doug McNish

Chef McNish has amazed us by his tasty and exquisite vegan food. His recipes were published in publications such as VegNews, and he appeared many times live on national TV to reap the joy of herbal food.

Ayindé Howell

Ayindé Howell is a celebrity chef and lifelong vegan author of The Lusty Vegan: A Cookbook and Relationship Manifesto for Vegans and Those Who Love Them. His role as a chef for award-winning singer-songwriter India Arie has been featured on The Queen Latifah Show, thanks to his creation of mac and yease.

Eddie Garza

In his imposing ¡Salud! Vegan Mexican Cookbook: 150 Mouthwatering Recipes from Tamales to Churros, Eddie Garza has put together an unbelievable collection of organized, well-healthy, and savory Mexican foods. 

Tal Ronnen

Tal Ronnen has created a name for himself and is regarded by Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres as the best chef in the well-known LA restaurant Crossroads Kitchen. Chef Tal uses traditional cooking methods in his 2009 cookbook The Conscious Cook.

Chef Babette

At 66, Babette Davis is a power that must be taken into account. She is the owner of Stuff I Eat and the co-founder of the Love Ur Age Project, which encourages healthy aging by means of plants. 

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