Veganuary is an event that inspires many around the globe to go vegan for the month of January. And if you enjoy the experience, why not continue the lifestyle change for the rest of the year?
There are many reasons to take part in Veganuary. For most, a love of animals sits at the heart of their decision. Others may just want to eat clean and set a challenge for themselves. Whether it's a New Year's resolution or even if you've been vegan for years, we're here to support you.
Hong Kong isn't the easiest city to cut down on your meat intake. With all the cha chaan teng's and inviting smells of siu mai on every street corner, the thought of going vegan might seem daunting. But there are ways to make it work.
We have complied a list of our top tips on going vegan, including our favourite places for meat-free meals, and how to make the most out of a plant-based lifestyle.
Make sure you're getting all the nutrition you need
Getting the right nutrition is easy when you’re vegan. You just need to know where to find it. Here we tell you all you need to know about protein, vitamins and everything in between!
These five apps will make going vegan much easier
If you're unsure of where to eat or what to cook, these apps will make sure you are covered.
How to make vegan desserts
Learn how to make delicious ice cream that is dairy-free, soy-free and gluten-free, as taught by local ice cream maker, Happy Cow.
5 Best vegetarian restaurants in Hong Kong
Here's our fool-proof list of the best veggie places to try in Hong Kong. Make sure you check them all out this month!
OvoCafe focuses on vegan and organic food
Be sure to check out OvoCafe and indulge in the Choconana, a dairy-free and caffeine-free alternative to the traditional chocolate milkshake.