To kick off the monthlong celebration that is Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 through October 15), we’re highlighting some remarkable vegan influencers who are using their platforms to educate and inspire. These individuals are not only embracing their cultural roots but also showing the world how traditional Latino dishes can be easily prepared without ingredients that harm animals.
Here are our top 10 influencers to follow this Hispanic Heritage Month:
With everything from traditional recipes to new dishes, Ernesto Rivas has been sharing his creations from his home kitchen since 2013.
Dora Stone’s platform features vegan versions of classic Mexican dishes, such as albondigas soup, chile relleno, and flan.
Vegan Albondiga Soup. It’s never too hot for albondiga soup. Recipe in link in bio #veganmexican
You may know her as the trainer who kicks your butt in her Peloton workouts, but she’s also outspoken about being a vegan athlete.
The simply delicious recipes from Alexa Soto are inspired by her Mexican American heritage.
Actor and model Daisy Fuentes shares moments from her glamorous life, along with vegan eats and animal-friendly fashion.
For sweets, baked goods, and more, check out Mar’s page, where she shares delicious creations.
Natasha Araos is your new inspiration for all things vegan when it comes to fitness and lifestyle.
Gloria Carrión’s page is full of colorful food and ideas for vegan parents raising compassionate children.
Follow animal activist and registered dietitian Carlota Bruna for info about animal rights, compassionate travel, tasty food, and more.
Actor Eliana Albasetti is also a co-founder of an animal sanctuary, a writer of animal rights children’s books, and a vegan cook—we’re in awe!
When you go vegan, you help spare nearly 200 animals per year. You also reduce your carbon footprint and pave the way for a healthier lifestyle. Follow these Latino influencers for inspiration, and order a free vegan starter kit filled with tips and recipes:
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