YouTube is a great resource for those of us who are looking for recipes or advice about living the vegan lifestyle. There are plenty of popular vegan YouTube channels with millions of subscribers that you may be following already. That being said, there are also some amazing, lesser-known vegan YouTube channels that provide a wealth of information and knowledge. You may or may not know about these channels, but below is our list of the top 5 underrated vegan YouTube channels you should subscribe to now.
Angry Broccoli Recipes
Angry Broccoli Recipes has been producing amazing vegan recipe videos for over a year and a half. Don’t have time to sit through a 20 minute video on how to make your favorite dish? No problem! Angry Broccoli Recipes has you covered. All of their videos are 3 minutes or less but also include a full written recipe with the ingredient counts and a step by step guide in the video descriptions for those looking for more details.
Angry Broccoli Recipes uploads a new video every week of what they call ‘lazy’ recipes. These ‘lazy’ recipes are simple, easy-to-follow recipes of your favorite dishes which showcase vegan substitutes for non vegan ingredients. Subscribe to Angry Broccoli Recipes and keep an eye out for their upcoming video where they give us a behind the scenes look at how they produce their videos.
More Salt Please
Nicole, of More Salt Please, took her passion for cooking, teaching, and her vegan lifestyle and creatively came up with a unique YouTube channel. Nicole provides a holistic approach to nutrition and health based around her vegan lifestyle which truly makes More Salt Please a lifestyle channel. Of course, there are also plenty of amazing vegan recipes. High carb, low carb, desserts, you name it, More Salt Please has it and will teach you how to make them yourself.
Subscribe to More Salt Please for weekly videos as well as updates of what else Nicole ‘has cooking’ including ebooks, workshops and more.
What started off as a personal journey of overcoming chronic illness and health issues has become a great resource for anyone looking to do the same. Cultivator Kitchen aims to help you grow in health by cultivating the life you want through easy wholesome plant-based recipes and sustainable urban homesteading. Rachael J shares her organic garden where she grows lots of her own food as well tips for going zero waste.
For almost 2 years now, Cultivator Kitchen has been sharing recipes, tips, and opinions from her unique viewpoint as an eastern-band Cherokee indigenous person. Subscribe to follow Rachael on her continuing journey.
Trying Vegan With Mario
What started off as a TV show streaming on Roku has become one of the most unique and interesting channels on YouTube in the vegan category. Mario of Trying Vegan With Mario not only shows you how to create vegan dishes, he also travels the globe and speaks with top vegan expert chefs, nutritionists and entertainers. Some of the guests on Trying Vegan With Mario have included Gaz Oakley the Avantgarde vegan, Brian Turner the ultimate vegan body builder, Lauren Toyota @HotFodFood, Dr. Joel Fuhrman, Jane Velez-Mitchell, Krewella and more. We can’t wait to see who Mario will feature next.
Over the last 2 years Trying Vegan With Mario has been building an amazing online community while, at the same time, making vegan food more relatable to non-vegans. Subscribe to Mario’s channel to see where in the world his vegan adventures will take him next.
Are you trying to live your best vegan life but are surrounded by non-vegans? Don’t worry, Emma of the YouTube channel Emma Eddleman has your back. On her channel Emma shares her journey of being raised as a cattle rancher, living on a ranch and dating a boyfriend who is a hunter, all while creating videos that include vegan and zero waste recipes.
Subscribe to Emma Eddleman so stay in the loop for the many adventures Emma has played including exploring different cuisines and a zero waste book Emma is currently writing.