From giving vegan lifestyle inspiration to suggesting vegan diet recipes, these Sustainable-Living Influencers are helping the world in their own unique ways.

Embracing veganism and green living, these Sustainable-Living Influencers are giving us crazy motivation to switch to this alternate diet for many other reasons apart from healthy living. From giving you an inspiration to work out, to creating vegan diet recipes and dishes, these influencers are guaranteed to bring a positive change in your life with their optimism and sustainable lifestyle.

Going Vegan doesn’t mean missing delicious flavours or any kinds of necessary nutrients and these Influencers are proof of how you can make any Vegan dish nutritious and delicious without compromising with the taste.

You can munch on some of the delicious vegan substitutes like Tofu, frozen berries, Blueberry, granola bars, fruits or even dry fruits to get through a boring day.  We have curated a list of sustainable living influencers who are giving us a major motivation to turn to veganism.

Check these sustainable-living Influencers out here and don’t miss those delicious vegan recipes: 

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⁣Did you know?⠀ ⠀ 🌾Ethical Fashion – concerns human and animal rights.⠀ 🌾Sustainable (Eco) Fashion – concerns the environment impact.⠀ 🌾Slow Fashion – concerns the whole product life cycle.⠀ ⠀ This lockdown I have been actively learning more about sustainable living, sustainability in kitchen and how the fashion industry is gaining momentum to shift to Eco Fashion.⠀ ⠀ I am ecstatic that India is blessed with such outstanding brands for Sustainable Clothing and we are all embracing the new shift 🤎⠀ ⠀ More and more brands are taking cognisance of it and slowly shifting and taking interest in the transition which not only lessens the impact on environment but also creates sustainable eco-system for the craft and its maker.⠀ ⠀ Considering we all are gravitating towards eco-friendly fashion we often forget that the age old habit of using an old cloth for cleaning is also “sustainability”⠀ ⠀ A significant step to this transition starts at HOME.⠀ ⠀ 🌿Systematise your closet and shop responsibly.⠀ 🌿Avoid impulsive buying and visiting malls/stores for no apparent reason.⠀ 🌿Cultivate the habit of maintaining this lifestyle in every aspect NOT only fashion.⠀ 🌿Avoid wastage and practice minimalism.⠀ 🌿Educate yourself about the subject because it is truly eye opening!⠀ ⠀ Shop Less•Choose Better•Decide Wisely⠀ ⠀ Although I do understand affordability is the main issue and that is why we prefer fast fashion, but lets not ignore the fact that every small step counts.⠀ ⠀ Basically we all unanimously should work to AVOID the depletion of natural resources which is the sole purpose of following a sustainable lifestyle.⠀ ⠀ PS. I am still learning and looking forward to learn more about ethical brands 🤞🏻☺ ⠀

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Just made a huge batch of scrumptious HUMMUS to serve in my cute eco-rainbow bowl! (Linked in bio!) And recipe below if you wanna make some hummus too! Homemade if you didn’t know is SO so easy to whip up and much healthier and tastier and waaay cheaper! (The smell alone is just ah so good! If you want to double or triple the batch, you can food prep by freezing in containers so they are ready to go and just defrost on the counter before serving! Here are some health benefits to smile about while munching- Hummus is Abundant in Plant-based Protein. … Hummus is Rich in Various Vitamins and Minerals. … Hummus Can Keep Your Bones at Optimal Health. … Hummus Can Help Lower Cholesterol. … Hummus Is full of Fiber for ultimate digestion! PS you can dr. It up with curry or cilantro, put on all sorts of twists! If you have suggestions drop them below! My mummas HUMMUS Ingredients * ● ¼ cup lemon juice * ● 1 tablespoon minced garlic (powder can work too * ● 1 x 15.oz can organic garbanzo beans (chickpeas) drained * ● 1 bunch of chives * ● ½ teaspoon salt * ● 1 teaspoon ground cumin * ● ¼ cup tahini * ● ¼ cup olive oil * ● Salt and pepper * ● Cayenne pepper or paprika (optional) Blend for about 1-2 min until smooth! Top with pepper and extra paprika!

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Today’s Simple & Soul satisfying lunch !! 🍽 Just the way it’s eaten at home. 🤗💕 . Grateful for this meal and everything ! 🙏🏻😊 #gratitude . . On my plate 🍽- . ✅ Rice 🍚 . ✅ Chole Masala ( Chickpeas cooked in tomato ginger gravy & Spices) . ✅ Homemade Kimchi (Napa cabbage 🥬 & Radish) . ✅ Japanese Cucumber sliced 🥒 . . ☘️ Chopped green chillies and Parsley to garnish. . . #Vegan #glutenfree #vegetarian #noonionnogarlic (except in kimchi) #stayhome #staysafe #lockdownlife #isolationcreation #heresmyfood #indianfood #desikhana #happytummy #yum #eeeeeats #chole #rice #kimchi #foodstagram #lunch #healthyfood #foodblogger #indianfoodbloggers #easyrecipes #recipes #huffposttaste #lifeandthyme #sgvegancommunity #ramadan #happytuesday #gratitude

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Avocado, chickpea and corn salad. Now there’s a salad I could fall in love with! A combination of some of my favorite foods, it takes practically no time to put together. It’s delicious as a dip with crackers or chips and super yum slathered on toasted sourdough. Am sharing an updated photo today for @dyutima_myfoodlens’ and @onewholesomemeal’s #positivelyinsta initiative that encourages Instagrammers to celebrate their photography journeys (see my stories for an older photo). The easy recipe is on the blog now. Happy Sunday everyone! 😊💚 . . . . #cupcakeree #salad #fromscratch #savory #howisummer #chickpeas #avocado #corn #glutenfree #veganrecipes #vegetarianfood #veganfoodshare #plantbased #easyrecipes #delicious #eeeeeats #vegansalads #healthylunchideas #recipeoftheday #avocadosalad #saladrecipe #healthychoices #trellfood #feedfeed #foodstyling #eatingfortheinsta #mycanonstory #foodphotography #instafood

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If you ask me what I love more, cooking or styling, I will always say I love being in the kitchen. I started sharing pictures of food that I cooked and little did I know that this will become something I could take forward as a career. . . Here I am at my workshop at the @timeskitchentales curated by @thefinelychopped , where I spoke about styling Indian home cooked food for Instagram. I couldn't have asked for anything better to style and talk about. If you follow my work, you would know that I'm extremely passionate about curating Indian recipes and putting together colourful & healthy plates. I am enticed by all the beautiful ingredients and varied cuisines and recipes our country has to offer. . . My second workshop is coming up soon in Mumbai, and I look forward to seeing you all there. Will share the venue, time and date soon. . . Have a wonderful day!! . . . . _________________________________ #pune_ig #puneblogger #indianblogger #indianfoodblogger #heathfood #eattherainbow #supaintsonplates #punecity #thali #farmtotable #comfortfood #indianchef #foodstylist #foodforthesoul #followyourheart #foodstyling #workshop

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We’ve gained loads of new followers recently and were so unbelievably grateful for your support, and excited to grow our community! For those wondering what Copper + Cloves is all about, as the Founder I thought I’d say Hi 👋 . I started Copper + Cloves to share my favourite simple, plant-based recipes and uncomplicated nutrition and wellbeing advice (I’m also a certified Health Coach). We’re now a growing organisation of six people, which is amazing because we can achieve more as a team. We are on a mission to show that eating a plant-based diet can be exciting and satisfying, to ignite a love of cooking, and to celebrate produce that is local to India. 🌻☀️♥️ . . . . #vocalforlocalindia #smallbusiness #healthyveganfood #plantbased #plantbasedmeals #bangalore #bangalorebased #chefsofinstagram

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CREAMY #VEGAN MAC & GREENS 🍃🧀🥦 super simple & perf for healthy din this wkend! almost called this “chlorophyll mac” but my mom said that was weird 🤷🏻‍♀️ anyways..✨recipe below✨ lmk what you guys think!!🥣 ⁣ ⁣ MAC & GREENS⁣ Serves 6 to 8⁣ 1 pound conchiglie pasta (can use any shape or GF)⁣ 1 cup raw cashews*⁣ 1 cup water⁣ 5 ounces baby spinach⁣ 1 cup fresh Italian parsley (I rip it from the bunch, some stem ok)⁣ 3 cloves garlic⁣ ¼ cup olive oil (can use any mild oil)⁣ 1 ½ teaspoons sea salt⁣ Freshly ground black pepper⁣ Red chili flakes⁣ ⁣ ⁣ *If you are not using a high-powered blender, such as a Vitamix, soak cashews overnight or boil for 10 minutes and drain. This will soften them and ensure a silky smooth cream.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ Bring a large pot of heavily salted water to a boil. Add pasta and cook according to package directions. Drain and return to pot.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ Meanwhile, in a blender, combine cashews and water, and blend on high until very smooth (about 2 minutes). Set aside. In a food processor, combine spinach, parsley, garlic, oil, and salt. Process until smooth. Add cashew cream to the food processor and process until incorporated. ⁣ ⁣ Add sauce to pot and toss to coat. Adjust seasoning to taste. Serve into bowls and top with black pepper and chili flakes. Leftovers can be served warm or cold.💚

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Creative thinker, writer and an orator, Chayanika Roy is a passionate journalist in making who loves to explore new opportunities, meeting new people and undertaking dynamic challenges. As an enthusiastic traveler, she enjoys capturing the beauty and culture of the places she visits. She has endeavoured in various fields including- content writing, photography, screenplay writing and social media. Writing for a national publication and working with organizations has given Chayanika a better sense of the creative field where she is stepping in.