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Recommended Vegetarian & Vegan Resources

  • Vegetarian Starter Kit : Resources for a healthy diet for disease prevention and maintaining a healthy weight from Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.
  • Vegetarian Food for Thought, Podcast : An excellent podcast with over 140 free archived shows by the renowned author and speaker Colleen Patrick-Goudreau who offers a unique perspective, leaving listeners feeling supported, motivated, and inspired. Episodes include topics on: frequently asked questions, food, cooking, history, nutrition, animal use, and debunking of the myths surrounding these issues.
  • The Vegan Feed : All the best free vegan cooking shows, podcasts, nutrition blogs, recipes, fitness information, and lifestyle blogs, all in one spot and updated every 30 minutes.
  • Happy Cow: Find Local Vegan and Veg-friendly restaurants in Tucson and across the globe!
  • 30 Day Vegan Challenge : This is the only resource listed here that costs money ($20). For such a small fee, you get a multimedia online vegan program created by Collen Patrick-Goudreau. The program features outstanding written, audio, and video content to give you everything you need to support a journey towards optimal wellness and compassion.
  • Humane Myth : “Both the animal-using industry and some animal advocacy organizations are propagating the idea that it is possible to use and kill animals in a manner that can be fairly described as respectful, compassionate, and/or humane. We believe that the ‘Humane Myth’ misrepresents the realities of animal use, and cultivates a positive image of activities that are neither just nor kind nor sustainable.”
  • Finding Vegan : Thousands of pages of beautiful food photos linked to free recipes on their respective blogs.
  • Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine : Health and nutrition research articles, advice, and resources.
  • Nutrition Facts : The latest in nutrition related research delivered in easy to understand video segments brought to you by Dr. Michal Greger, MD

Local Tucson Resources

  • Consuming for a Change : Offers links and news on resources in Tucson aimed at informing and supporting the public on ways to mindfully consume in order to achieve a kinder, sustainable, and healthier world for all.
  • Vegan Tucson Meetup Group : Vegan or interested in going vegan? This group meets to plan, support, and carry out vegan outreach activities. Meetups include: dining, nightlife, outdoor activities, and field trips.
  • Tucson Vegetarian and Vegan Meetup Group : 685 members and growing daily! This group has casual get-togethers at local restaurants, in addition to other activities, with the goal of bringing vegetarians, vegans, and anyone simply curious about a more healthful lifestyle, together to hang out and mingle.

Local Tucson Restaurants with Vegan Cuisine

Harvest Moon Authentic Chinese Cuisine
12125 N Oracle Road, in Oro Valley MarketPlace
P: (520) 825-5351
http://www.harvestmoontucson.com
Grain River Asian Bistro
12985 N Oracle Rd, Ste 125, Oro Valley
P: (520) 818-1555
http://www.grainriverasianbistro.com/
Tasteful Kitchen
722 N Stone Ave, Tucson
P: (520) 250-9600
http://www.thetastefulkitchen.com
Urban Fresh
73 E Pennington St, Downtown Tucson
P: (520) 792-9355
http://www.urbanfreshtucson.com
Lovin’ Spoonfuls
2990 N Campbell Ave #120, Tucson
P: (520) 325-7766
http://www.lovinspoonfuls.com
Blue Willow
2616 N Campbell Ave, Tucson
P: (520) 327-7577
http://www.bluewillowtucson.com/