Things That Are Vegan

Welcome to our list of things that are vegan!

While many people think of veganism as a diet, veganism is more a rejection of violence and oppression (in this context, specifically of animals). This is why vegans do not buy or consume anything that has been derived from an animal (as opposed to vegetarianism, where dairy and eggs are still consumed), and means that a vegan lifestyle encompasses choices around cosmetics, clothing, entertainment and more. In this list, we’ve done our best to collect as many vegan things for you, whether it’s cosmetics, cleaning products, clothing, or desserts.

Note: we’ve left out the obvious things, like fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes, herbs, spices and mushrooms.

Here’s a visual list of things that are vegan:

Hopefully that visual list of vegan things was useful! Here’s a longer and more descriptive list of things that are vegan, separated into categories:

Food (note that this list is not at all exhaustive – these days any meal at all can be made vegan, including meatloaf and Christmas turkey, so to keep these lists manageable we’ve only included a portion of popular foods that are generally already available as vegan options and don’t require changes):

  • Tofu: Also known as bean curd. Blocks of coagulated soy curds. A good source of protein and calcium.
  • Tempeh: A soy product similar to tofu, but made from fermented soybeans.
  • Soy Meat: Fake meat made from soy. Commonly flavoured with spices and herbs.
  • Soy: An edible bean native to East Asia.
  • Bread: A baked good made from flour and water.
  • Seitan: Another name for foods made of wheat gluten.
  • Peanut Butter: A savoury spread made from crushed peanuts. Sometimes has sugar and salt added.
  • Almond Butter: A savoury spread made from crushed almonds. Sometimes has sugar and salt added. Considered lower fat and higher in calcium than peanut butter, but with less protein and is more expensive.
  • Cashew Butter: A savoury spread made from crushed cashews. Sometimes has sugar and salt added. Has a mild flavour.
  • Hazelnut Butter: A savoury spread made from crushed hazelnuts. Sometimes has sugar and salt added.
  • Chia Pudding: A healthy dessert made from chia seeds soaked in non-dairy milk. Commonly has fruits and syrups added.
  • Hummus: A savoury spread made from chickpeas, oil, garlic, herbs and spices.
  • Tahini: A sauce made from ground sesame. Commonly eaten with hummus and lemon juice.
  • Lentil Patties: A type of veggie patty that is based on lentils.
  • Felafel: A round, deep-fried patty made from ground chickpeas, beans or both.
  • Veggie Patties: Hamburger patties made from combinations of beans, lentils and vegetables. More commonly being made from soy protein.
  • Hash Browns: A fried food made from shredded potatoes.
  • Potato Gems: Round nuggets of shredded potato.
  • French Fries: Also known simply as fries or chips. Deep fried potato chips.
  • Doritos: Triangle-cut corn chips that are commonly salted and eaten with salsa.
  • Oreos: A dessert snack consisting of vanilla icing sandwiched between two chocolate cookies.
  • Bubble Tea: Tea with sweet jelly or sago balls added. Can also sometimes have non-dairy milk.
  • Mango Pudding: An Asian dessert consisting of mango, agar jelly, coconut milk and sugar.
  • Sago Pudding: A sweet Asian dessert made from sago balls, coconut milk, and sometimes fresh fruit like mango or watermelon.
  • Roti Canai: Also known as roti prata. Round Indian flatbread, usually served with dahl.
  • Tom Kha Soup: A spicy, tangy coconut Thai soup.
  • Curry (all types): Many types of curry are already vegan (potato curries, lentil dahl, etc), and any other curry can be made vegan by replacing the meat with soy meat replacements.
  • Dahl: Also spelled daal. A type of spiced soup made from lentils and other pulses.
  • Dark Chocolate: Chocolate that contains cocoa solids and cocoa butter without milk or sugar.
  • Spring Rolls: A deep fried pastry roll filled with rice noodles and vegetables (sometimes mushrooms).
  • Fresh Rolls: Similar to a spring roll, but with a soft rice paper wrapping (rather than the crispy deep fried wrapping).
  • Dumplings:A doughy parcel filled with vegetables. Can be steamed, boiled, pan-fried or deep-fried.
  • Bao: A fluffy steamed bun.
  • Shortcrust Pastry: A type of pastry commonly used for bases of pies, quiches and tarts.
  • Pancakes: Also known as a hotcake, griddlecake or flapjack. A flat, round cake cooked in a pan.
  • Sorbet: A frozen dessert made from sweetened, flavoured water. Usually has fruit juice, puree, wine or liquer added.
  • Ice Cream: A sweet frozen food that can be made from coconut milk, soy milk or almond milk.
  • Banana Ice Cream: Ice cream that has frozen banana as the creamy base.
  • Pizza: Pizza bases are commonly vegan, and if you replace the dairy cheese with non-dairy varieties, you have vegan pizza.
  • Cheese: Cheese can be made with non-dairy milks.
  • Lasagne: Vegan lasagne is easily made by replacing the dairy in the cheese and bechamel sauce with non-dairy products.
  • Pumpkin Soup: A thick, creamy soup with pumpkin as the main ingredient.
  • Minestrone: An Italian vegetable soup.
  • Mushroom Pie: A pastry shell filled with mushrooms and commonly onion and gravy.
  • Veggie Chips: Chips made from vegetables rather than potato. Some examples are beetroot, kale, zucchini, taro ot cassava.
  • Breakfast Bars: A bar made from oats, berries and nuts. Intended to replace a sit-down breakfast.
  • Muesli Bars: Similar to a breakfast bar, but intended as a snack rather than a full meal.
  • Corn Cruskits: A large, crunchy cracker. The Original version is not vegan, but the Corn is.
  • Salada Crackers: A brand of cracker.
  • Original Vita Weats: Snack-sized crackers with seeds and grains.
  • Burger Rings: A ring-shaped snack food.
  • Popcorn: Popped corn kernels that are typically eaten with salt and margarine.
  • Grain Waves: A brand of snack food with a wavy shape. The sweet chilli flavour is vegan.
  • Tortillas: A round flatbread.
  • BBQ Pringles: The BBQ flavour of an American brand of potato chips.
  • Original Pringles: The Original flavour of an American brand of potato chips.
  • English Muffins: Small pieces of round, puffy flatbread which is usually eaten toasted and topped with condiments (margarine, jam, vegemite).
  • Crumpets: A small, round griddle cake made from water, flour and yeast.
  • Burger Buns: Round bread loaves used for hamburgers.
  • Hot Dog Buns: Long bread buns used for hot dogs.
  • Rice Noodles: A category of noodles made from rice and water.
  • Pasta: A type of starchy noodle or dumpling. Usually made from wheat.
  • Couscous: Small, steamed balls of wheat semolina.
  • Soba: A Japanese type of buckwheat noodle. Usually eaten cold with a sweet, light soy sauce.
  • Spinach Fettuccine: A type of pasta made with spinach as a flavouring.
  • Angel Hair Pasta: Also known as capellini. A very thin type of pasta noodle.
  • Gnocchi: Small potato dumplings. Can also be made with sweet potato.
  • Soy Cream Cheese: Cream cheese that’s made with soy as a base rather than dairy.
  • Margarine: A spread made from plant-derived oils.
  • Coconut Yoghurt: Yoghurt made with coconut milk and cream rather than dairy products.
  • Soy Yoghurt: Yoghurt made with soy milk and cream rather than dairy products.
  • Almond Yoghurt: Yoghurt made with almond milk and cream rather than dairy products.
  • Tomato Sauce: A sweet, tangy sauce made from tomatoes and sometimes herbs and spices. Can be used as a condiment or as a sauce base.
  • Cheerios: A breakfast cereal in the shape of small rings.
  • Coco Pops: Puffed rice cereal that is chocolate flavoured.
  • Cornflakes: A breakfast cereal made by toasted flakes of corn.
  • Oats: A cereal grain that is rolled and eaten with some kind of milk.
  • Rice Bubbles: Puffed rice cereal that is unflavoured (unlike Cocoa Pops).
  • Pop Tarts (some flavours): A brand of toaster pastry. Consists of a pastry shell with a sweet filling which is heated up using a toaster.
  • Special K: A brand of breakfast cereal that consists of toasted rice, barley and wheat.
  • Weet Bix: A breakfast cereal. Consists of wheat flakes pressed into rectangular bars.
  • Icy Poles: Also known as an ice pop. A water-based frozen dessert. Commonly sweetened with sugar, syrup or frozen fruits.
  • Fruit Pies: A sweet pie that consists of dried fruits and spices. Commonly eaten around Christmas.
  • Churros: A deep-fried dough pastry commonly rolled in cinnamon and sugar. Can also be filled with sweet fillings or melted chocolate.
  • Ginger Thins: Thin sweet ginger biscuits.
  • Arnott’s Choc Ripple Biscuits: Chocolate flavoured, sugary biscuits.
  • Shortbread: A traditional Scottish biscuit that is made vegan by replacing the butter in the recipe with margarine.
  • Leda Choc Chip Cookies: A gluten-free, chocolate chip cookie.
  • Lotus Biscoff: A buttery biscuit with a sweet caramel taste. Used as a flavouring in hot drinks and spreads as well.
  • Fruit Leather: Dried fruit in the shape of a strap. Can also be sweetened with sugar.
  • Wafers: Thin, light, airy biscuits in the shape of long rectangles. Sometimes comes layered with sweet icing.
  • Water Crackers: Also known as a water biscuit. A thin, brittle cracker usually eaten with cheese or dip.
  • Croutons: Dehydrated bread chunks.
  • Sherbet: A fizzy, sugary flavoured powder.
  • Jelly: This can refer to either a fruit-based condiment (also known as jam) or a gelatinous sweet dessert (jelly).
  • Jelly Beans: Bean-shaped sugar candies. As long as the candy doesn’t involve gelatin, it’s vegan.
  • Chupa Chups (Cola, orange): A Spanish lollipop brand. Some of the flavours (including cola and orange) are vegan.
  • Licorice: An aniseed-flavoured candy.
  • Bubblegum: A type of chewing gum that is very elastic and used to blow bubbles. As long as it doesn’t have gelatin, it’s vegan.
  • Skittles: Fruit-flavoured candy with a hard sugar shell.
  • Waffle Cones: Ice cream cones that are made out of waffle rather than wafer.
  • Sesame Snaps: A type of sweet snack consisting of sesame seeds and sugar pressed into a bar.
  • Mango Chutney: A condiment made from peeled and spiced mangos.
  • Coconut Cream: Coconut milk with a high fat content.
  • Barbeque Sauce: A sweet sauce commonly used as a marinade. Common ingredients are vinegar, tomato pasta, onion powder, mustard and pepper.
  • Pretzels: A baked German pastry that comes in hard and soft varieties. Commonly has a crispy, salted outer layer.
  • Mints: A type of confectionery used as a breath freshener.
  • Raisin Toast: Toast made from bread that has raisins studed throughout the loaf.
  • Onion Rings: Battered and deep-fried rings of onion, eaten as a snack.
  • Vegetable Fritters: Pieces of vegetable which are battered, breaded and fried.
  • Seaweed: Seaweed can be dried and eaten plain as a snack, as a wrapping for sushi, cooked in soups, or pickled and eaten as a snack.
  • Fried Rice: Rice pan-fried with chopped vegetables.
  • Kimchi: A traditional Korean side dish of salted and fermented vegetables (usually cabbage and radish).
  • Sauerkraut: Translates to “sour cabbage”. Pickled and fermented cabbage.
  • Miso: A Japanese seasoning made of fermented soybeans.
  • Natto: A Japanese soybean dish that is usually served on rice as a breakfast food.
  • Trail Mix: A mix of nuts, chocolate chips and dried fruit. Eaten as a snack.
  • Bagels: A doughnut-shaped piece of bread.
  • Pita: A small, round piece of flatbread. Commonly used as a “pocket” rather than as a wrap.
  • Twizzlers: A long red candy known for their twisted shape.
  • Potato Wedges: Wedges of potato that are deep fried and eaten as a snack.
  • Sour Patch Kids: Soft, sour jelly candy coated with sugar crystals.
  • Oatmeal: Hulled oat grains that are mixed with milk and eaten as a breakfast cereal.
  • Sriracha: A popular chilli sauce made from chilli, vinegar, garlic, salt and sugar.

Drinks (as with the above list, pretty much any drink can be made vegan, so we’ve only included popular drinks that are either already vegan or have vegan flavours):

  • Monster: An energy drink with green colouring.
  • Mother: An energy drink which has the same flavouring as Relentless (another energy drink).
  • Red Bull: A sweet energy drink with yellow colouring.
  • Coffee: A caffeinated drink made from roasted coffee beans. If the milk used in its preparation is non-dairy, it’s vegan.
  • Tea: A caffeinated drink made from dried tea leaves. If the milk used in its preparation is non-dairy, it’s vegan.
  • Milkshakes: A sweet drink made from blended milk, ice cream and syrup. If prepared with non-dairy products (like soy, almond, or coconut milk), it’s vegan.
  • Hot Chocolate: A hot, sweet drink made from frothed milk and cocoa powder. If prepared with non-dairy products (like soy, almond, or coconut milk), it’s vegan.
  • Iced Chocolate: A sweet drink made from blended milk and syrup. If prepared with non-dairy products (like soy, almond, or coconut milk), it’s vegan.
  • Soy Milk: Non-dairy milk made from soy. A byproduct from the manufacturing of tofu.
  • Almond Milk: Non-dairy milk made from almonds.
  • Hazelnut Milk: Non-dairy milk made from hazelnuts.
  • Macadamia Milk: Non-dairy milk made from macadamias.
  • Coconut Milk: Non-dairy milk derived from coconuts.
  • Pumpkin Spice Latte: A seasonal sweet coffee drink flavoured with cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, sugar, and pumpkin pie spice. Can also contain pumpkin puree.
  • Cider: Alcohol made from fermented apples.
  • Red Wine: Alcohol made from red grapes.
  • White Wine: Alcohol made from green grapes.
  • Champagne: Fizzy, bubbly alcohol.
  • Mulled Wine: Red wine heated with spices and fruit.
  • Chai Latte: Black tea brewed with a mix of aromatic spices and herbs (like cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves).
  • Juice: Juice extracted from pressed fruit.
  • Gatorade: An American sports drink that comes in many different flavours.
  • Powerade: An American sports drink that comes in many different flavours.
  • Kool-Aid: A flavoured drink mix.
  • Iced Tea: Chilled tea. Usually flavoured with sugar and fruit juice.
  • Rockstar: An energy drink.
  • Kombucha: Also known as tea mushroom or tea fungus. A fermented, lightly bubbly tea drink.
  • Coke: A famous soft drink.
  • Fanta: An orange-flavoured soft drink.
  • Pepsi: A soft drink commonly seen as an alternative to coke.
  • Dr. Pepper: A soft drink that comes in varying types and flavours.
  • Mojito: A cocktail consisting of white rum. sugar, soda, mint and lime juice.
  • Margarita: A cocktail that includes tequila, lime juice and orange liquer. Commonly served with a salt-encrusted rim.
  • Gin: A distilled alcohol that is flavoured with juniper berries.
  • Martini: A cocktail composed of fin and vermouth. Commonly garnished with an olive or lemon wedge.
  • Brandy: A liquor made of distilled wine.
  • Vodka: A clear, distilled alcohol consiting mostly of water and ethanol.
  • Sake: Japanese rice wine.
  • Sangria: An alcoholic punch consisting of red wine and fresh fruit.
  • Bourbon: An American, corn-based whiskey.
  • Whiskey: A distilled alcohol made from fermented grain.
  • Rum: A liquor made from fermented and distilled sugarcane.
  • Budweiser: A pale lager.
  • Schnapps: A type of alcoholic drink that includes brandies, liquers and infusions.
  • Tequila: A distilled alcohol made from blue agave.
  • Bitters: An alcoholic mix prepared with botanical herbs and flowers.
  • Lemon Lime Bitters: A mixed drink made with lemonade, lime cordial and bitters.
  • Cognac: A French variety of brandy.

Cosmetics (note that in the cosmetics industry, there’s “cruelty-free” and “vegan”. In this context, cruelty-free means it hasn’t been tested on animals, and vegan means there are no animal-derived ingredients. Something that is vegan is not necessarily cruelty-free, and cruelty-free isn’t necessarily vegan. We’ve tried to only include brands here that are cruelty free, carry vegan options), and are generally easily available:

  • Mecca Max: An entirely vegan line of cosmetics owned by Mecca Maxima.
  • Lush: A skincare brand that focuses on recyclable packaging, strong scents and environmentalism. While not every product is vegan, they have a strong vegan range.
  • Milk Makeup: An entirely vegan American makeup line that focuses on a quirky, fairly minimal aesthetic and festival vibes.
  • Hurraw: A brand that manufactures vegan lip balms with fun scents.
  • Ere Perez: An entirely vegan line of skincare and makeup. Focuses on natural ingredients and a minimal aesthetic.
  • Inika: An Australian beauty brand that is entirely vegan and organic. Sells both skincare and makeup.
  • Urban Decay: An American cosmetics brand with a vegan line.
  • Hourglass: A luxury mainstream beauty brand with vegan products (not all of their products are vegan).
  • Ellis Faas: An artistic beauty brand with vegan products in their lineup.
  • bareMinerals: Mineral makeup with a vegan line.
  • Stila: An American cosmetics company with vegan products.
  • TooFaced: A cosmetics brand with many vegan products.
  • Anastasia Beverly Hills: A colourful cosmetics brand with a fairly young demographic. Has vegan products.
  • Chantecaille: A high-end beauty brand that sells both skincare and makeup. They donate quite prolifically to animal charities, but are missing out on inclusivity in skintones. Not all of their products are vegan.
  • Smashbox: A mainstream beauty brand with a line of vegan products.
  • Westmann Atelier: A luxury makeup brand with vegan products. Not very inclusive to people of colour.
  • Glossier: A popular beauty brand that markets a “cool girl” aesthetic. Focuses on minimal products with easy application. Not all products are vegan.
  • Youth to the People: An entirely vegan skincare line that focuses on “clean” ingredients and environmentally sustainable packaging.
  • Drunk Elephant: A high-end skincare line that focuses on minimal and clean ingredients and packaging. Not every product is vegan.
  • Sun Bum: A sunscreen brand. Not every product is vegan.
  • Tarte: A colourful makeup brand with many vegan-friendly products.
  • e.l.f: An affordable and entirely vegan makeup brand.
  • Pacifica: An entirely vegan brand that sells both skincare and makeup.
  • Beauty Without Cruelty: An entirely vegan beauty brand that sells haircare, skincare, makeup and nail polish.
  • The Ordinary: An entirely vegan skincare brand that focuses on minimalism and affordability.
  • Eco Minerals: A 100% vegan brand selling mineral cosmetics.
  • Sukin: A 100% vegan and carbon neutral beauty brand.
  • Hanami: An Australian vegan beauty brand that sells nail polishes and cosmetics.

Black Vegan Businesses:

  • Symphony Chips: A family-run business selling gourmet potato chips.
  • Maya’s Cookies: A vegan cookie brand that uses organic ingredients and are made in small batches.
  • Trap Vegan Clothing: An urban clothing brand.
  • Tubby’s Taste: A cookie company with Jamaican-American roots.
  • Southern Roots Vegan Bakery: An online baked goods company.
  • Project Pop: Organic popcorn that focuses on clean ingredients.
  • Sacha Cosmetics: A vegan makeup brand that aims to be inclusive to all people of colour.
  • VeganSmart: Organic vegan protein blends.
  • Hella Nuts: A vegan eatery that also does events and catering.
  • Kitaka of London: Natural, vegan lip glosses.
  • Mary Louise Cosmetics: Vegan, natural and organic beauty products.
  • Liquid Gold Cheese Sauce: A brand of cheese sauce.
  • Afrocenchix: Hair care products for curly hair.
  • The Glowcery: Fresh superfood skincare.
  • The Kalabash: A skin and bodycare brand.
  • The Wild Curl: Hair care for curly hair.
  • Trio Plant-Based: A vegan eatery in Minneapolis.
  • Partake Foods: A cookie company that is nut free, soy free, preservative free and vegan with no artificial flavours.
  • Shea Moisture: A skincare and beauty brand.
  • The Lip Bar: A vegan and cruelty free makeup brand.

If you’re interested in vegan clothing, you’ll need our list of Vegan Fabrics:

  • Acrylic: A synthetic, cheap fibre.
  • Aertex: A loosely woven cotton.
  • Dimity: Lightweight, sher cotton.
  • Elastane: A synthetic fibre with elasticity.
  • Bamboo: Textile made from bamboo fibre. An environmental favourite as bamboo grows quickly.
  • Calico: A textile woven from cotton that hasn’t been fully processed. Finer than canvas, but less fine than muslin.
  • Flannel: A soft woven fabric that can be made from cotton and/or synthetic fibre.
  • Cambric: Also known as batiste. A very fine and dense cloth made of cotton.
  • Canvas: A tough, sturdy, woven fabric.
  • Fustian: Heavy woven cloth made from cotton.
  • Gingham: A medium-weight, woven cotton.
  • Chintz: Painted, glazed, or otherwise patterned calico cloth.
  • Corduroy: A durable ribbed cloth woven from cotton.
  • Cotton: A sort, versatile fibre taken from cotton plants.
  • Denim: A tough textile made from cotton.
  • Hemp: Cloth made from hemp fibres.
  • Leatherette: Also known as artificial or synthetic leather, PU leather or pleather.
  • Linen: Textile made from flax fibres.
  • Mackintosh: Rubberised fabric.
  • Microfiber: Synthetic fibre commonly made from polyester.
  • Modal: Cloth made from spun cellulose.
  • Muslin: Plain woven cotton fabric.
  • Nankeen: Dyed cotton.
  • Nylon: A synthetic polymer that can be processed into fibres and films.
  • Percale: A fabric commonly used for bedlinen. Commonly made of cotton or polyester.
  • Polar Fleece: A soft fabric made from polyester.
  • Polyester: A synthetic polymer that can be woven into a cloth.
  • Poplin: A thick weave that can be made of cotton.
  • Soysilk: Silk made from soy fibres.
  • Pineapple Leather: Also known as pinatex. A natural leather alternative made from the fibres taken from pineapple leaves.
  • Rayon: A fibre made from cellulose fibres.
  • Seersucker: A thin and puckered cotton cloth.
  • Tapa: A Polynesian bark cloth.
  • Tencel: Also known as lyocell. A type of cellulose fabric.
  • Thinsulate: A synthetic cloth used for insulation and warmth.
  • Towel: An absorbent fabric.
  • Velour: A plush fabric with a texture similar to velvet.
  • Velveteen: A cloth intended to imitate velvet.
  • Viscose: A type of cellulose fabric.
  • Voile: A soft, translucent fabric commonly made from cotton.

Media (movies, books, documentaries):

  • Meet Your Meat: A 12-minute documentary about factory farming that was released in 2002 by PETA.
  • Earthlings: A documentary from 2005 about animal exploitation (not limited to food).
  • Farm to Fridge: A short documentary.
  • Forks Over Knives: A documentary that advocates for a whole-food vegan diet for health.
  • Cowspiracy: A documentary that covers animal agriculture.
  • Lucent: An Australian documentary made by Chris Delforce about the pig farming industry.
  • Dominion: An Australian documentary about various industries that exploit animals in Australia. Also made by Chris Delforce.
  • The Game Changers: A 2018 documentary about the effects of a vegan diet for athletes.
  • Okja: A fictional movie directed by Bong Joon Ho that shows the struggle of animals and animal exploitation.
  • Animal Matters: A YouTube channel that covers animal exploitation.
  • The ChickPeeps: A vegan podcast.

Celebrities and Activists:

  • Ariana Grande: A famous pop singer, aongwriter and actress..
  • Billie Eilish: An American singer and songwriter known for her alternative sound.
  • Angela Davis: A political activist, author, academic and philosopher.
  • Greta Thunberg: An environmental activist who is most well known for speaking out about global warming.
  • Miley Cyrus: A pop singer and actress.
  • Sia: An Australian musician, record producer and songwriter.
  • Boy George: A singer, DJ and fashion designer. The lead singer of Culture Club.
  • Al Gore: An American politician known for his film “An Inconvenient Truth.”
  • Courtney Act: An Australian drag queen and entertainer.
  • Bryan Adams: A Canadian singer, activist, photographer and philanthropist.
  • Jhene Aiko: An American RnB singer and songwriter.
  • Akala: A British rapper and hip hop musician.
  • Pamela Anderson: An American actress.
  • Fiona Apple: An American singer-songwriter and poet.
  • Erykah Badu: A singer-songwriter, actress and record producer.
  • Alec Baldwin: An actor, comedian, political activist and producer.
  • Cory Booker: An American politician and author.
  • Lauren Tsai: A Japanese actress, model and illustrator.
  • Barry White: An American singer, musician and composer.
  • Olivia Wilde: An American actress and filmmaker known for her role on House.
  • Stevie Wonder: A musician and record producer. Worked with blues, RnB, soul, pop, jazz and funk.
  • Rob Zombie: A singer, filmmaker, programmer and voice actor.
  • Carrie Underwood: A singer, fashion designer and acress.
  • Russell Brand: A comedian and activist.
  • James Cameron: The director of The Terminator, Titanic and Avatar. An environmentalist who has contributed to deepsea exploration.
  • Liam Hemsworth: An Australian actor whose breakout role was on Neighbours.
  • Jessica Chastain: An American actress and producer.
  • Laverne Cox: An actress and LGBT activist.
  • k. d. lang: A pop and country singer.
  • Preacher Lawson: An American comedian.
  • Lizzo: A singer and body positivity activist.
  • Evanna Lynch: An actress best known for her role on Harry Potter.
  • Tobey Maguire: An actor best known for his role as Spider Man.
  • Rooney Mara: An actress best known for her role in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
  • Benedict Cumberbatch: An English actor well known for his role as Dr. Strange.
  • Amy Dumas: An animal activist, retired wrestler and singer.
  • Jenna Marbles: An American YouTuber and comedian.
  • Brit Marling: An actress and screenwriter.
  • Matisyahu: A reggar singer and rapper.
  • Moby: A singer, songwriter and animal rights activist.
  • Demi Moore: An American actress.
  • Jason Mraz: An American singer-songwriter.
  • Mya: An American RnB singer.
  • Ne-Yo: An American RnB singer and rapper.
  • Sinead O’Connor: An Irish singer-songwriter.
  • Bree Olson: An American actress and model.
  • Ellen Page: An American actress best known for her roles on Juno and Inception.
  • Madelaine Petsch: An American actress who plays Cheryl Blossom in the Netflix show Riverdale.
  • Michelle Pfeiffer: An actress and producer.
  • Joaquin Phoenix: An actor, producer and activist. Well known for his roles in Her and as the Joker.
  • Natalie Portman: An actress known for her role in Black Swan and Star Wars.
  • Prince: An American musician, dancer, filmmaker and actor.
  • Rodrigo y Gabriela: A guitarist duo.
  • Ruby Rose: An Australian model, actress and presenter.
  • Portia de Rossi: An American actress.
  • Fred Durst: The lead singer of Limp Bizkit.
  • Yuval Noah Harari: A philosopher and writer.
  • Zac Efron: An actor known for his role on High School Musical.
  • Alicia Silverstone: An American actress.
  • Kevin Smith: A comedian, filmmaker, actor, comic book writer and public speaker.
  • Tom Ford: A high-end fashion designer.
  • Earthling Ed: An animal activist who got his start on YouTube and is well known for debating.
  • Seb Alex: An animal rights activist and educator.
  • Erin Janus: An animal rights activist best known for her “Dairy is Scary” video.
  • Gary Yourofsky: An animal rights activist and lecturer.
  • Joey Carbstrong: An Australian animal rights activist.
  • James Aspey: An Australian animal rights activist, best known for his year of silence.
  • Chef Nikki: A vegan chef and entertainer.
  • Chris Delforce: The director of the documentaries Lucent and Dominion. Also helps to run Aussie farms, an organisation for animal rights.
  • Grey the Rapper: A rapper known for his raps about veganism.
  • Kate Louise Powell: An illustrator and animal rights activist.

We hope this list of vegan things was useful and that you found what you needed!

We did our best to cover all of the varied meanings of “vegan” with our visual gallery of vegan things and descriptive list. But if you feel there’s something we missed, please feel free to let us know and leave a comment.

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