Toronto Influencers You Need To Follow For Major Vegan Food Inspiration

These Toronto-based influencers transformed their lifestyle into eating vegan food and they share just how easy it can be.

Toronto’s vegan eating scene is flourishing now more than ever. With so many new restaurants opening in the city, it feels like there’s a new dish to try every weekend. But sometimes, our budget doesn’t allow us. So, why not challenge yourself and cook vegan dishes at home?

These Toronto-based influencers transformed their lifestyle into eating vegan food and they share just how easy it can be. Here is who you have to check out for inspiration and recipes on innovative vegan dishes.

Lauren Toyota – @hotforfood

Watch any of Lauren Toyota’s videos for easy vegan dishes. If you’re really committed, pick up her cookbook, Hot For Food Vegan Comfort Classics: 101 Recipes to Feed Your Face. You definitely won’t be wondering what to cook for dinner next.

Lisa Le – @thevietvegan

Lisa’s vegan-themed videos will inspire you to try it out for yourself. She creates awesome vegan recipes while sharing bits and pieces of her life with her audience.

Maddie Lymburner – @maddielymburner

Maddie shares tons of vegan recipes from pulled BBQ jackfruit tacos to green pea hummus on her website, maddielymburner.com.

Ally Kestane – @allythevegangirl

Scroll through Ally Kestane’s Instagram feed and your mouth will water. She shares her vegan eating journey while also being gluten-free, making it a bit more challenging but that much more unique.

Doug McNish – @dougmcnish

Chef Doug McNish is the head of Toronto’s first vegan diner, Mythology. He shares new menu updates, food inspiration, and more on his Instagram account. Check out his book Vegan Everyday: 500 Delicious Recipes for more recipe ideas.

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Brunch is on @Mythologydiner! ? ? ? ? ??????????? . . On weekends from 10-3 we feature 3 of my all-time favourite Brunch items including my signature Vegan Benedict, Cheesy Bacon and Egg Croissant and Stuffed Lemon Mascarpone and Blueberry French Toast! ? ? ?? ?? ??? . . Open straight through till 10pm tonight, and all long weekend for all your #veganized needs!???????????? . . ? @eatinworkout . . #veganized #brunch #brunchto #vegansofig #vegandale #queenwest #parkdale #whatveganseat #vegansofig #eatplants #eatbeansnotbeings #torontovegans #ethics #animalrights #veganism #plants #eatplants #eatmoreplants #ethicalveganism #dinemythology #dinerfood #theclassicsveganized #veganbrunch #veganeggs

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Kirstie – @decadent.vegan

Kirstie shares her vegan eats while being a student. View her Instagram feed for all the inspiration.

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Sorry not sorry, but my mac n cheese is the best (swipe for recipe)! Having some leftovers right now and the sauce is just as creamy as when I first made it. I get asked often how to store leftovers/reheat my sauce; to get my mac this creamy days after making it I always store my sauce separate from my pasta, with any type of sauce it will separate if you refrigerate it already combined w/ your pasta. So just add sauce to the portion of pasta you’re going to eat and save the rest separately. When you warm the leftover sauce, simply add some to a pan on low heat and thin it out with a splash of nondairy milk and whisk until you get your desired consistency! That’s all I did, threw some breadcrumbs on top also, so delicious! ?

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