The best vegan Instagram feeds and why they're good.

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At Grill’d we think vegetables are great. They’re super important which is why we source the best farms and local suppliers to bring you the best produce that slides between your burger’s buns. Because we all know the burger is more than the patty – it’s the full package, right?

And while looking at burgers and buns on Instagram every day is the best thing you can do with your time, sometimes you need a break. A salad break. Right?

In honour of our new vegan burger, the Veggie Vitality, we’ve sourced the best Vegan Instagram accounts for you to spend some time fixing your gaze. Perhaps while you’re waiting for your burger to arrive?

Sydney babe with a fondness for bananas, carbs and her boyfriend. Looks like we have a few things in common, Bonny. 

Isabelle Cornish is more than a pretty face. And her Instagram is more than just double-tap outfits and famous people at Coachella. She’ll take you into the gym – cue no-makeup selfie - and into her kitchen, talking health, fitness and plant-based whole foods. Swipe right. 

And then came Laura Miller. Her feed is fashion meets food, literally. And what we consider to be the friendly middle finger response to when folks say, “don’t play with your food”. She’ll make you laugh and make you hungry. 

Boasting an enviable feed, Natascha lives between LA and Bali, and between lion cubs and crochet bikinis. When she’s not eating figs from the tree in her backyard, she’s travelling, writing about it, and generally just making your life seem as beige as cardboard paper. 

If you’re not hungry now, you will be after seeing Elle Bullen’s Instagram. Between trips to Europe and studying to be a dietician, this food and lifestyle blogger has managed to publish an ebook filled with vegan recipes. Looking at her creations is kind of like, “I can’t believe it’s not butter”, except it’s more like “I can’t believe it’s not butter, or any other animal products”. 

Inspired to eat? Check out our vegan nutrition info. Done good, with more time for you to gram because you’re not cooking it yourself. Win.

Photo: @bonnyrebecca 

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