1. Monique of Brown Vegan
2. Esosa of Raw Girl in a Toxic World
What draws me to this blog is how quirky and cool her personality is. She sees herself as a Raw Girl Superhero, saving a toxic world one vegan time at a time. She started the vegan lifestyle after struggling with acne, so this is a great place for tips on achieving healthy skin.
3. Martha and Kamaal of Veggie Soul Food
Martha and Kamaal are a mother-daughter combo who cook for not only themselves, but also a husband and brother. I love their recipes because they include several meat alternatives and they look delicious!4. Bryant Terry, Author of Afro-Vegan
While Terry isn't a blogger, he has authored several books and tailors his recipes for those who enjoy a more flavorful and soulful taste. I love his fusions with Afro-Caribbean classics.
5. Tracye McQuirter of By Any Greens Necessary
Yes. That is First Lady, Michelle Obama! McQuirter is definitely a vegan making moves. She has been featured in too many publications to list, as she is creator of the first African American vegan website. She also is author of the #1 Vegan Book on The Huffington Post. I'd definitely trust what she has to say.
Master chef, Ayinde is the creator behind "The Lusty Vegan" cookbook and an acclaimed culinary-event company. He works as a part of a time at iEatGrass.com and is also host of the online cooking show, "Like a Vegan". If you are wanting to cook to impress, his cookbook is the one for you.