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Is there a canon for veganism?

The most canonical definition of veganism would be the one from The Vegan Society. The Vegan Society was founded by Donald Watson, who coined the term vegan. Donald Watson originally defined vegans ...
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Is there a (social media?) website dedicated to helping people find vegan or vegetarian restaurants, shops and services?

You might like Happy Cow which is a social media site to help folks find vegan, vegetarian, and veg-friendly restaurants, shops and services. The website allows you to search an area with various ...
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Is there a detailed, global history of vegetarianism and veganism available online?

Ian McDonald, creator of The Vegan Option internet radio show (some might call it a podcast...) and blog, crowdfunded an extensively researched 15-part audio history of vegetarianism in 2017. ...
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Is there any hospitality network for vegans?

I learned about Veg Visits on my most recent travels, a home sharing platform similar to airbnb, that allows you to stay at houses with vegan / vegetarian kitchens. I did not use it however, so I ...
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Is there a (social media?) website dedicated to helping people find vegan or vegetarian restaurants, shops and services?

There is another website with similar functionality to Happy Cow, which is called Vanilla Bean. It focuses on (not necessarily vegan) restaurants with vegan options. They also have an app, which ...
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Is there a list of which UK E-Numbers aren't vegetarian or vegan?

The E stands for Europe so this advice is valid for all the EU. Here or here you can find a list of those E numbers that are not vegetarian/vegan and here you can find another which also specifies ...
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Is there any website that tells what vegan recipes I can cook with X and Y ingredients?

Try allrecipes.com. Ingredients have to be typed, but the results seem relevant. Example: You are looking for a vegan recipe with avocado and flour, but excludes (veg) butter (I do not know if it ...
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Is there a canon for veganism?

The best definitive rules on veganism you can get is the definition of the word from the society that created the term "vegan" here. In short, a philosophy and way of living which seeks to exclude—...
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Any website to search for foods high in a particular nutrient?

Hm, I've found something similar to the old USDA.gov nutrient search: Canada Nutrient File - you can search by a nutrient or food and it gives reasonable results (you can narrow it down to food ...
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Is there a (social media?) website dedicated to helping people find vegan or vegetarian restaurants, shops and services?

Even if the site is not specialized for veg*n places, Foursquare could suit your needs. Another drawback is that it doesn't seems to have a more precise filter than "Vegetarian/Vegan". But it does ...
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Is there any website that tells what vegan recipes I can cook with X and Y ingredients?

You can use Yummly. By editing taste preferences, once you make an account, you can set your diet to vegan (which is a preset you can choose). This action will set Yummly to only display vegan ...
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Is there any website that tells what vegan recipes I can cook with X and Y ingredients?

Supercook is a great option for finding recopies based on defined parameters including ingredients and dietary restrictions. You're able to add your ingredients, as well as specify vegan, ...
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Any website to search for foods high in a particular nutrient?

The Cronometer website can perform this kind of search for foods high in a specific nutrient, but only if you're paying for the Gold Account upgrade. The feature is called the nutrient oracle.
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Is there a detailed, global history of vegetarianism and veganism available online?

It may not be exactly what you are looking for (in terms of range/depth), but you may find it interesting to read nonetheless: Vegetarian nutrition: past, present, future. It's a brief history of ...
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Getting started with vegetarianism

Since vegetarians also eat everything vegans do, hope you don't mind me listing vegan resources. There's an app that you can download that has a 21 day meal plan. There are plenty more resources you ...
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Any website to search for foods high in a particular nutrient?

I recommend the Nutrients in Food Tool at nutritiondata.self.com. I've used it in the past to generate an ordered list of foods that contain the most Methionine and Lysine to create my Methionine + ...
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Is there a (social media?) website dedicated to helping people find vegan or vegetarian restaurants, shops and services?

The Vegetarian Resource Group (VRG) maintains a directory of vegetarian and vegan restaurants in the U.S. and Canada. https://www.vrg.org/restaurant/ It's not a social media website, but I still ...
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Is there a directory of freely available pro-vegan leaflets and literature?

There are many social media groups interested in vegan media and content for activism. The best collective I have found would probably be the subreddit called r/veganactivism. Here is a partner ...
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Inflammatory and anti-inflammatory food table request

There has to be a cookbook out there that does this. There are many anti-inflammatory cookbooks. One of them probably has such a table. Gold is only as good as one's digging. Bey, Ronald - Anti-...
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