June 7, 2013

Great List of Vegan Resources on the Internet

Liz Di Russo, VegBoone member and AppState graduate student in nutrition,  put together this up-to-date list of Great Vegan Resources for use when VegBoone does outreach events. Included are links on Getting Started, Great Recipes, General Information, Nutrition & Health, Online Stores, Restaurant, U-Pick & CSA info, For Athletes, Organizations, Vegan Podcasts, Social Networking & online dating, Favorite Films, and Favorite Books.

Thanks for all the hard work Liz! Check out the resources below:…

February 29, 2012

Must follow social media for vegans (From This Dish is Veg blog):

The trick to getting over meat is following and learning from a lot of inspirational people! Sometimes being vegetarian or vegan means feeling like you are all alone. But thanks to the world of social media this is no longer true. There are many awesome people to follow to get your fix on the latest veggie news.Here are a few to get you started!All Around Vegans

Eco-Vegan Gal
fb- https://www.facebook….
Twitter- @ecovegangal

Lindsay Wolf
fb- https://www.facebook….
Twitter -@KissMeImVegan

Girlie Girl Army

The Discerning Brute

Kris Carr

The Wellness Warrior

The Healthy Voyager
fb- https://www.facebook….

Fitness and Sports

Vegan Bodybuilding and Fitness

fb- https://www.facebook….
Twitter- @robertcheeke

Brendan Brazier

fb- https://www.facebook….

Vegan Muscle and Fitness
fb- https://www.facebook….

Carpenter Trade (Vegan baseball gloves)

Cooking and more!

The Vegan Zombie

fb- https://www.facebook….
Twitter @theveganzombie

Sarah Kramer

fb- https://www.facebook….
Twitter @govegandotnet…

Obsessive Confection Disorder
fb- https://www.facebook….
Twitter- @ocdsweets

The Vegan Dad
fb- https://www.facebook….

Movies and Movie Stars

Alicia Silverstone
The Kind Life
fb- https://www.facebook….
Twitter- @AliciaSilv


Twitter- @Vegucated

Forks Over Knives
fb- https://www.facebook….

Fat Sick and Nearly Dead
fb- https://www.facebook….


Vegan Cuts

Time to Veg Out

Vegan Coupons

November 6, 2012

Potluck policy

To ensure that the VegBoone potlucks continue to be fun, delicious and fair for all, attendees need to bring a dish to share. If someone comes but doesn’t bring food for whatever reason, on a one time basis only, they will be able to pay $10 ($8 for students). That way no one will get turned away, but it remains fair to all who spent time, energy and money preparing a dish. If people come with guests we ask that enough food is brought to cover for their contribution to the meal. Many thanks to all who make these potlucks a wonderful experience.


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