Thinking about starting a blog covering vegetarian or plant-based eating? According to one national survey there are 8 million people over the age of 18 in the United States with a solely vegetarian diet. Considering the increasing number of plant-based meat alternatives and movements like Meatless Monday, creating a publication that caters to full and part-time vegetarians is a smart approach to starting a food blog.

There are of course many bloggers, vloggers, and social media experts that share food, diet and lifestyle tips for vegetarians already. As a result, it’s really important for you to choose a blog name that’s differentiated from the herd. This post will help you accomplish this goal of picking a blog name. If you stick around until the end of the article, I share advice on the specific blog topics I would write about if I entered this market. Let’s do this.

Vegetarian Blog Name Ideas

A colorful salad with no meat.

Starting a vegetarian blog means you’ll likely be covering all aspects of this lifestyle. This will include vegetarian recipes, but also vegetarian keto-friendly recipes, products, and gift giving guides.

  • Very Colorful Veggie
  • Bright Side Vegetarianism
  • Celery and Sailing
  • Charity Vegetarian
  • The Unpretentious Vegan
  • Eco Vegetable
  • The Plant Based Guru
  • Family Vegetarian Life
  • Cucumber Living
  • Food Forage
  • The Rebellious Vegan
  • The Veggie Dude
  • Fresh Food Finder
  • Front Page Vegetable
  • Glenn’s Garden
  • Healthy Veggie Habits
  • Celery Sisters
  • Home Grown Vegetable
  • House of Veggies
  • Kids Vegetarian Adventures
  • Mighty Meat-less Cuisine
  • Modern Food Trends
  • My Foodie Lifestyle
  • My Meatless Life
  • Pack Vegetarian
  • Plate full of salad
  • The Tofu Sisters
  • Rocky Mountain Vegetarian
  • Sprouted Life
  • The Carrot Hugger
  • The Conscious Vegetarian
  • The Humane Veggie Grill
  • The Vegetable Rainbow
  • The Vegetarian Ranch
  • The Rockstar Tomato
  • The Veggie Stop
  • Vegetable Forst
  • Vegetable Girls
  • Vegetable Man
  • Vegetable Zilla
  • Vegetarian Focus
  • Vegetarian Fresh
  • Vegetarian Island
  • Vegetarian King
  • Vegetarian Matter
  • Vegetarian Mint
  • Vegetarian Town
  • Deep Fried Vegetable
  • Veggie Baby
  • Veggie-fied

Plant-Based Blog Name Ideas

Get your greens.

Plant-based meat alternatives are one of the most exciting categories in the food industry. If you specialize in producing this type or written or video content, you’ll have no shortage of innovations and news to cover for years to come.

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  • A Plant Based Diet
  • Creations of Green
  • Dishin’ Up the Dirt
  • Food From Plants
  • Fruit & Veg Garden
  • Green BBQ Blog
  • Green Health Blog
  • Green Living
  • Growing Green
  • Live Plant Strong
  • My Plant Based Family
  • Only Plants
  • Pass the Plants
  • Picking Plants
  • Plant Based Kindness
  • Plant Prestige
  • Plant-based life
  • Plant-Based News
  • Plant-Based Pros
  • PlantPure Nation
  • Plants and Pickles
  • Plants and Places
  • Plants For Food
  • Potatoes Have Feelings
  • Raw Till Whenever
  • The Gardener
  • The Green Fridge
  • The Green Garden
  • Freedom from Animals
  • The Green Life Blog
  • Alt-Meat Magazine
  • The Joy of Plants
  • The Life of Plants
  • Meat Disruption Magazine
  • The Plant Philosophy
  • The Planter Blog
  • The Planter’s Kitchen
  • The Vegetable Garden
  • Two Peas & a Pod
  • Vegetable Love

Vegan Blog Name Ideas

Vegan blog name ideas.

Having a vegan blog is very different from having a vegetarian blog since the food you can eat is different. Here are some catchy name ideas for a vegan blog.

  • A To Vegan
  • A Vegan Adventure
  • A Vegan Influence
  • Allied With Animals
  • Animal Free
  • Believe Vegan
  • For The Vegan
  • Good Life Vegan
  • Keeping Vegan Values
  • Lifelong Diet
  • Lifestyle Solutions
  • My Vegan Victory
  • Naturally Made
  • Vegan Facts Inc.
  • Naturally Vegan
  • Non-Native Vegan
  • Pure Vegan Lifestyle
  • Purest Nature
  • Simply Vegan
  • Strict Picks
  • Strictly Vegan
  • Surf Vegan
  • The Vegan Dudette
  • The Vegan Alliance
  • The Vegan Journal
  • The Vegan Kitchen
  • The Vegan Society
  • The Vegetable Gourmet
  • This Vegan Life
  • Valiant Vegan
  • Vegan Aisle
  • Vegan Cooking Classic
  • Vegan Counter-Revolution
  • Vegan Factor
  • Vegan For Life
  • Vegan Guide
  • Vegan Optimal
  • Vegan View
  • Vegan Vlog
  • Vegan Wonder
  • Vegan Zeal
  • Vegans Rock
  • Vegan Explorer
  • Very Vegan

Types of Vegetarian Diets

Asparagus, avocado, and garlic positioned on a cutting board.

There are many different vegetarian diets from the strict Raw Vegan diet to the more laid-back Flexitarian diet. Each diet has different rules for what you can or can’t eat. You can provide information about each of these specialty diets on your vegetarian blog.

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The single most restrictive of the vegan diets. Fruitarians exclude all animal products, including dairy, and live primarily on a diet of raw fruits. Some vegetables, dried fruits, and nuts may be eaten in moderation.

Raw-Food Vegan

Another restrictive form of the vegan diet, the Raw Food Vegan only consumes food that is uncooked. All animal produce like dairy is also restricted. This diet is focused on raw and unprocessed only. Only organic plants are eaten as part of this diet, including raw fruits, nuts, seeds, and flowers.


The standard vegan diet means refrains from consuming product that comes from an animal, like milk or cheese. To fit this lifestyle you should not use animal by-products, including leather, beeswax, silk, wool, and gelatin, to name a few. This a lifestyle choice, not only a diet.

Bee keepers.


A “beegan”, according to the urban dictionary, is a vegan that eschews all animal products, with the exception of insect products, such as honey, beeswax, and silk. Beegans believe that insects are not in the same classification as other animals.


The strictest of the technically vegetarian diets, lacto-vegetarians refrain from eating meat, fish, fowl, and eggs, but do tend to consume dairy products, such as cheese, milk, or yogurt.


Ovo-vegetarians are share many of the same guidelines as lacto-vegetarians in that they refrain from eating all forms of meat. While ovo-vegetarians refrain from eating dairy products, they do eat eggs.

Lacto-Ovo Vegetarian

The lacto-ovo vegetarian is a mix of the previous two subets of the diet. This group will not eat refrain meat, fowl, or fish. But you do get to enjoy eggs and dairy products, including milk and cheese. Most vegetarians fit into this classification.

Pescatarian (Pescetarian)

Technically, the pescatarian is not actually a vegetarian as they restrict protein intake to consume fish and other seafood. While they may not consume red meat or fowl, This group does eat dairy products and eggs, so it’s usually considered to be a “semi-vegetarian” diet.


Another of the “semi-vegetarian” diets, the Pollotarian restricts its meat consumption to only eating poultry and fowl. While they do not consume fish and seafood, it’s not consider a true vegetarian diet by most experts.


The Flexitarian diet is one that makes the most effort to limit their intake of meat as much as possible, while not actually restricting themselves to a plant-only diet. As the name suggests, the diet is more flexible.


People who follow a macrobiotic diet limit their food intake to grains, legumes, and vegetables. This diet contains only a small amount of fruit, nuts, and seeds.

Topic ideas to write about as a vegetarian blogger

vegetarian topics

Vegetarian auto-suggest topics in Google.

Coming up with blog topic ideas isn’t going to be issue if you’re passionate about this subject. For example, you could provide specialty recipes and help explain the different vegetarian diets.

  • Fitness as a Vegan
  • How to overcome challenges associated with this lifestyle.
  • Meal planning.
  • Shopping lists.
  • Substitutes for meat, dairy, condiments, and eggs.
  • The environmental benefits of going vegan.
  • Gardening. How to grow your own organic vegetables and fruit at home.
  • How to make my home more sustainable?
  • Review food product, cooking products, and books.
  • The Different Types of “Vegetarians”
  • The Nutritional Values of Nuts
  • The Vegan and Activism
  • The Vegetarian Culture and Community
  • Vegan Culture in Society. Profile famous vegans.
  • Vegan Recipes
  • Nutritional tips like how to get enough protein on this diet.

If you ever end up getting writer’s block beyond this list, head to Google. Start by typing in the word vegetarian and see what topics come up in the auto-suggest of search results as shown in the image above.

These results can be a fast and simple way to find topics / questions that people are wondering about online. By answering these questions to the best of your ability, you’ll get more traffic from search engines as long as you’re patient. If you’re looking for even more food blog name ideas, check out this companion post.

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