either softbound or Kindle/Nook/etc. eBook at Amazon
6 Technology helps you over hurdles.
you have a smartphone, there are some helpful and very affordable apps
that can take much of the pesky guesswork out of your vegan practice. I
was late to the app train, but now that I am on it, I am fully aboard.
The ones with asterisks are ones that I can personally vouch for; the
others are recommendations from my friends in the vegan community.
($3.99): The big kahuna of vegan dining options, this is the very handy
app version of the beloved website, pointing you to all the vegan
options in your vicinity – listing restaurants, markets and shops - and
handily merges with your phone’s map to take you right there. This app
is worth the price many times over, especially when traveling.
*VeganXPress ($1.99): a very useful app for finding vegan food at chain and fast food restaurants as well as a beer, wine, liquor guide.
Is it Vegan? ($4.99) - This mobile tool app scans ingredient labels for you and identifies animal products.
Cruelty-Cutter (free) – Another app scanner to help you identify companies that do and do not use animal testing.
The Chocolate List (free): This handy free app from the Food Empowerment Project
helps you to find human slavery-free cocoa products when you get a
chocolate craving. Please note that not all companies listed are vegan.
(free): With more than 5,000 recipes and ten new ones added each day,
One Green Planet’s Food Monster is the biggest vegan food app.
(free): A helpful tool for determining animal testing standards for
products and companies. Please be mindful that this does not scan for
animal ingredients, merely for animal testing, so something may have a
Leaping Bunny approval while not being vegan. Bizarre, yes, I know.
The 21-Day Vegan Kickstart (free): PCRM’s famous app gives people tools, recipes and support through that challenging first few weeks.
Nutrition Facts’ Daily Dozen (free): Dr. Michael Greger’s app is a handy checklist of the twelve healthiest foods to include in your daily diet.
Forks Over Knives
($4.99): The companion app to the film that changed – and saved – so
many lives, this award-winning app offers more than 300 heart-healthy,
plant-based recipes from more than 20 chefs with new recipes added each
Responsible Eating and Living
(free): Hundreds of recipes as well as podcasts, travelogues and more
from masterful communicator (and longtime vegan) Caryn Hartglass and
her partner, Gary De Mattai.
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