10 Ways to Celebrate World Vegan Day

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Happy World Vegan Day, everyone! This year, hundreds of people curious about a more compassionate diet have signed our World Vegan Month Pledge and are about to embark on their first 30 days of plant-based eating. It’s an exciting moment because with every single meat-free meal – every single mouthful, even – they’ll be helping animals.

It’s not too late to join them – take the pledge here. Then, whether you’re a veteran vegan or an eager newbie, check out some ways to celebrate today:

  1. Join the World Vegan Month event on Facebook to connect with other vegan pledgers and swap tips.Facebook
  2. Snack on a scrumptious vegan sandwich. Here are some ideas.
    Kirsty's Sandwich
  3. Educate yourself about the cruelty inflicted on animals in the food industry. From rape racks to macerated day-old chicks, the truth isn’t pretty – but it’s definitely a good motivator.
  4. Feel good about the fact that you’re not eating arsenic, pink slime or any of these other stomach-turning ingredients found in meat.
    Creepy meat
  5. Make a vegan cake! Then bring it to school or to the office to show off the joys of egg- and dairy-free baking. Find inspiration here.
  6. Spread the vegan love. Challenge your friends to give up eating animals, too.
    PETA Go Vegan T
  7. Head to the shops, and stock up on some cruelty-free goodies. Our Vegan Food Awards can point you in the right direction.
    Food Awards
  8. Watch and share our much-talked-about video from previous year’s World Vegan Day.
  9. Swot up on vegan nutrition, and find out the best plant sources of omega-3s, iron, vitamin B-12 and other essential nutrients.
    Healthy vegetables FTW
  10. Start planning your animal-friendly Bonfire Night Party for 5 November.

How are you spending World Vegan Day? Tell us in the comments!


  • Maria Carreira commented on November 1, 2013 at 12:21 pm

    Dear Peta, I’m very excited to start this vegan adventure! I’m a little worried, because I have Crohn’s disease, and because of it I have to be very careful about the fibres I can and can’t eat. I made menus that I think will be appropriate for for someone with this disease, andiIf you can help me with some ideas, it would be very good. But the point is that I’m very happy I embrace this challenge, and I had a very good and totally vegan breakfast!!!

  • Antonieta Minatel commented on November 8, 2015 at 6:45 pm

    Being VEGAN gives you the peace of mind that you are not hurting any Animals in the Animal Kingdom! But that you are helping save many to survive! Being VEGAN is about Love and Respect for your fellow earthlings and Friends! I Adore Animals!❤️

  • Pranav commented on November 9, 2015 at 3:53 am

    I love you Thanks for making me vegan now I feel more better from inside ☺️

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