If there’s something about veganism that you’re interested in – you’ll find it on this list! This is the most comprehensive vegan resource list I’ve ever come across.
Disclaimer: My only goal with this list is to produce as comprehensive a resource for Vegan information as possible. I am 100% Abolitionist Vegan and 100% against exploitation of nonhuman or human animals, violence against humans, Welfarism and anything else that makes it seem like violence or exploitation of animals is ok. If any of those positions are endorsed on any site in this list, or any language is used to imply that, it’s not that I included that link because I agree, but simply because I don’t control every bit of information on all these sites.
Note: This list now has a permanent home (as permanent as anything online, anyway) here:
It’s the only location I’ll be updating regularly. Please use that link if you want the latest additions to the list.
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Wow. It’s huge. I will definitely look through this. Thanks, Celeste!
It really is a HUGE list – I’m gonna be going through it for days and days. 🙂
Thank you for this. I am already following much that is listed, but this list is unbelievably comprehensive! What is great is the list includes sites that address the philosphy of moral theory giving intellectual argument for veganism. This is so important so that vegans use moral reason to argue against using animals as tools for human use! Thk u again
I really appreciate the time that The Legacy of Pythagoras put into creating this list. There’s so much info there and it’s nice to have it all in one place. Thanks your support! Celeste 🙂
Thank you, Celeste, for reading the debate initiated by The Legacy of Pythagoras, on my blog. It is a pity that the abolitionist approach is so extreme. According to The Legacy of Pythagoras, who is an abolitionist, if I ONLY promote a vegan lifestyle I can call myself a vegan. If I promote a vegan lifestyle and support single issue campaigns I am “speciesist, immoral and useless”.
People can really complicate life 😛
All the best, Emy
This is a great list. I have to admit focusing on the Alzheimer links (elderly relatives) and the fiirst few of the B12 myths, although I am unconvinced that relying on a supplement is a real-food answer, or is vegemite enough? This is one of those questions I have always been too scared to ask, and I would love to hear a really good answer.
Losing my cognitive function is one of my greatest fears. I have not read the Alzheimer links on this list yet, but they sound interesting and I’ll check them out soon. Since I’m not a nutritionist, I can’t help you with this much. I will tell you that I take B12 supplements. I don’t like the idea of it, but from what I’ve read it seems to be necessary. When I first went vegan I tried to get my B12 from nutritional yeast, but then I learned that it’s not always a reliable source.I don’t eat vegemite, I’ve never even tried it, so I have no clue about that.
I just ran across this post today and thought you might be interested in it. Here’s the link: http://veganfoodpreparation.wordpress.com/2013/12/01/eating-your-way-to-dementia/
Anyway, good luck with your understanding and decisions around this issue. Life can be complex at times. Celeste 🙂
Thanks for such a thoughtful response. As for vegemite, it was a bit of an Australian in-joke. It’s very rare for anyone who didn’t grow up eating it to like it.