Four plant-based Instagramers you should follow

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From Korean and Japanese recipes to Mediterranean dishes, all in vegetarian or vegan versions, these four accounts will help inspire you to 


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Una publicación compartida por Elle 🤍 Vegan Recipes (@veganbunnychef)


Elle is the creator behind the recipes and photos of the Instagram account @veganbunnychef. She stands out for her innovative reels and vegan Asian recipes that show their colorful and nutritious ingredients through images and audio (no voiceover), preparation beforehand, and best pairings to achieve great results. If you need further info, don’t worry @veganbunnychef always leaves ingredients and quantities written in her feed. You can also access her blog or her Youtube channel. What recipes can you learn? From Tomato Tuna Nigiri to pair with a glass of Gran Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon to Cabbage Rolls stuffed with tofu and vegetables, Fried Plantain Rolls, and so many more. 


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Una publicación compartida por Joanne Molinaro, The Korean Vegan (@thekoreanvegan)


Joanne Molinaro is behind this popular Instagram account, an American lawyer, Korean food blogger, and author of The Korean Vegan cookbook, a collection of 80 recipes and New York time success, named one of the best cookbooks in 2021. If you don’t know her, her Instagram account’s assorted content will help you get an idea. In addition to recipes, Joanne shares interesting ways to cook vegetables, diverse ways to make Korean soups, use kimchi, make kimbap, and prepare tofu while delivering deep reflections on life, which she delves more into in her podcast “Are you ready?”. Her content is well worth browsing, with over 4.5 million followers across all his platforms. 


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Una publicación compartida por Elisa Rossi – Happyskinkitchen (@happyskinkitchen)


Elisa Rossi is the Italian blogger behind this account, where she shares her passion for healthy food, gastronomy, and travel. As she tells in her blog, her approach to healthy cooking happened in 2008 after moving to London and embarking on a journey of self-discovery to heal her skin from acne. A plant-based diet became a lifestyle she shares through highly nutritious, tasty, seasonal, and easy-to-prepare recipes. Elisa shares preparations, results, and recipes in each publication. Chicory and Red Orange Salad, ideal to accompany Gran Reserva Sauvignon Blanc, Quinoa and Kale Falafels, and Panzanella Salad, are some recipes you can make at home, thanks to her step-by-step instructions.  


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Una publicación compartida por Justine Doiron (@justine_snacks)


Justine Doiron is the founder, recipe creator, and food stylist behind @justinesnacks, an account on other social platforms such as Tik Tok, Pinterest, and Youtube. What is it about? Creative, primarily plant-based recipes accessible to home cooks who want to make something unique and special. Tofu Nuggets, Chickpea Soup with Parsley Oil, Wild Rice with Pumpkin, Nutmeg, Herbs, Roasted Cabbage and Kale Salad with Crispy Quinoa, and many more. While recipes are not in the feed, they are available on her website, where you can learn more about her or subscribe to her newsletter.