The Most Read Vegan Articles of 2013

Today we are celebrating two years for The Vegan Woman website (Happy birthday to us!) –  24 months of articles, events, features and enjoyable team work.

As it also happens that we celebrate our birthday on the last month of the year, we thought it was a great opportunity to share and celebrate the articles, posts and recipes that were featured on The Vegan Woman in the past two years, and that were the most read articles on The Vegan Woman in 2013.

Let the countdown begin!

#10 - 101 Funny Things Meat Eaters Say to Vegans

101 funny thingsApparently many vegans out there have heard these before and were happy enough to have them all listed in the one place. Brace yourself: the bad, the ugly and the funny – are all in!

#9 - What Do Vegans Eat for Breakfast?

Vegans and non-vegans alike have enjoyed this 3 part breakfast series over the past year, but the first part of this breakfast series received the most views. So what do vegans eat for breakfast? Click on, discover and enjoy!

#8 - Is it Ethical to Eat Eggs from Backyard Chickens?

Eggs from backyard chickensThis question has intrigued many, and we got a fantastic opportunity to discuss important issues that many of us were not aware of in regards to chickens and the cruel egg industry. Help us spread the word and keep on sharing this important article please.

#7 - How to Make Fresh Falafel from Scratch

Falafel recipeTurns out lots of people LOVE falafel! Good thing our team member, Natalie Cunningham shared her Falafel recipe with us. Enjoy the munching! 

#6 - A Guide to the Top 10 Vegan Apps that will Make Your Life Easier

Vegan appsWhen technology met veganism – vegan apps were born, and we were delighted to present you with vegans apps that you will enjoy. So glad you liked our list, and don’t forget to download our very own The Vegan Woman app! (available now on Android and soon on Apple too!)

#5 - Loved Vegan Celebs of the Manly Kind

Though you showed lots of love to our list of women vegan celebs as well, the men took the lead by far… Well, how can you not love these compassionate guys? Or all vegan guys for that matter…

#4 - GIF Party! How Should We Call Veganism: A Vegan Life in GIFs

We had 3 vegan GIF parties this year and so many of you came to party with us! Part 1 received the most views, but part 2 and part 3 were not far behind…

#3 - How to Make Vegan Cheese at Home

Making vegan cheese at homeWho knew making vegan cheese at home could be so simple and easy? Turns out we were not the only ones grateful for this useful guide by our food columnist, Natalie Houlding.

#2 - The 2013 Vegan Food Blog Guide

The Vegan Womans 2013 food blog guideOur annual guide has done it again! After the wonderful success of our 2012 food blog guide, the 2013 guide, rating over 40 vegan blogs has helped tens of thousands of people around the globe search and discover vegan bloggers and blogs that will inspire them. 

#1 - 10 Reasons You Should NOT Go Vegan

Our most read article, for the second year in a row, is our 10 reasons not to go vegan – featuring 10 common sayings people use to explain what is “stopping them” from going vegan, and our rather simple answers for each of those so called arguments. If you haven’t done so already, read and enjoy!

Hope you enjoyed our website this year! And if you did, please make sure to share our articles with your circle of friends to help us spread the word! Happy holidays and a happy new year!

The Vegan woman team


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Founder, Director and Chief Editor of The Vegan Woman

Sivan is the founder, director, and chief editor of The Vegan Woman. As a vegan lifestyle expert and public speaker, Sivan leads interactive workshops and online communities that help men and women make the transition into veganism and plant-based diets an enjoyable and uplifting journey.

Sivan is also a writer and contributor on various vegan-living topics, and has been featured on CNN’s Eatocracy, Vegan Weddings HQ, Vegan Views, Vegan Lifestyle magazine, and other national and international platforms.

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