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The all natural vegan

Hi! I’m Katie, the creator of The All Natural Vegan and I am so happy you’re here! I developed and photographed every recipe on this blog just for you! My mission is to create an abundance of healthy all natural vegan plant based recipes so that you never have to worry about your food again!

I went vegan in the summer of 2018 and I can say without a doubt it was the best decision I’ve ever made! The second best was buying a camera in the midst of quarantine in 2020, and the rest is history! Follow along to see what else this incredible journey has in store 🙂

I created this blog to share my passion of living the all natural vegan lifestyle! What is “the all natural vegan lifestyle” you might ask? The all natural vegan lifestyle is all about eating foods as close to their natural form as possible. This means eating minimally processed foods. Obviously the all natural vegan lifestyle is vegan, but it is also free of refined sugars and refined grains, free of artificial colors, sweeteners, and flavors, and free of unhealthy oils! My all natural recipes are also mostly gluten-free and oil-free (I occasionally use healthy cold pressed oil in dressings, but never heat it!).

I am not a dietitian, or nutritionist, simply a health nut with a passion for cooking and photography! Please consult your health professional if you are having any specific food concerns. I am just here on a mission to create an abundance of healthy recipes to choose from so that you will never have to worry about your food again! Make sure to subscribe so you never miss the next all natural vegan recipe!


  1. I was happened to come to this blog by instagram surfing. I enjoyed viewing all food photos because they are very colorful and beautiful as they are. I am now learning raw food and natural hygiene and really interested in these recipes. I eat meat and fish sometimes but mostly have vegetarian food. It is still difficult to reach vegetarian foods in Japan. My son has nuts allergy and I’m study and invent nut-free menu. The fact that people choose food based on ideas, such as vegans and vegetarians, is not common in Japan yet, so I think it’s a little disappointing. However, I think it is also an opportunity to spread those ideas and recipes in Japan.

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