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 as "non-dairy vegetarians". The definition was updated to its current definition when The Vegan Society became a registered charity in 1997. (source)
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 options, and you can create an account so that you can add venues, ratings and reviews, upload photos and get points for your contributions (we like those, right? ;...
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.
Vegetarianism: The Story So Far
The series aims to cover the entire known history of vegetarian practice and its political, religious, economic and social context. ...
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 works quite well.
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 the different functions of the veg-friendly ones.
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 can't speak much to its ease of use or successfulness.
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 have social functionalities and allow you to follow people or (vegan?) lists among posting photos and reviews of places.
An advantage is that they provide a free ...
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 groups) and you can see all foods on a single page, for example, search for fructose (limited to fruits/juices) gives 97 foods.
Australian Food Composition ...
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—as far as is possible and practicable—all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose; and by extension, promotes ...
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 makes much sense, but I receive relevant results).
Go to ingredient search
Type vegan in keywords
Type avocado flour within included textbox
Type butter within ...
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 recipes. You can then search through Yummly with the ingredients you want to use as the parameters.
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, vegetarian, gluten free, etc. and Supercook returns a ton of recipes. You can type your ingredients or select them from a list of popular items, and recipes that you ...
The Vegetarian Resource Group (VRG) maintains a directory of vegetarian and vegan restaurants in the U.S. and Canada.
It's not a social media website, but I still found it to be surprisingly up-to-date for restaurants where I live. Information for restaurants in Canada was updated as recently as May 2018. All information for ...
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 website that discusses the use of the subreddit
On the website there is the following claim:
… the most comprehensive verified list of Vegan Activism ...
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-inflammatory: Gout out - Vegan's Way- 50 Recipes- Halal: Vegan Asian Food
Bey, Ronald - Cookbook: Vegan's Way - Kidney Health Recipes: Anti- Inflammatory - 50 Halal ...
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 + Lysine Complete Protein Cheat Sheet.
You can simply choose a nutrient, and it will show you a list of foods that are highest in it based on levels per 100g ...