The Vegetarian Society of Ireland is a registered charity. Our aim is to increase awareness of vegetarianism in relation to health, animal welfare and environmental perspectives. We support both vegetarian and vegan aims.
Going vegetarian is one of the best things you can do for your health, for animals and for the planet. However if like most people you have grown up within a meat eating family whose favourite meal of the week is the traditional Sunday roast, it can be difficult to know where to start!.
|The Irish Vegetarian
We publish a quarterly magazine The Irish Vegetarian, with features and our roundup of news and events of interest to Irish vegetarians.
There are lots of ways to get involved. You can read our Going Vegetarian page. You can pick up a copy of The Irish Vegetarian. You can come to a Meetup meeting. Or you can join as a member!
We are pleased to announce that the National Animal Rights Association (NARA), Flavonmax, Plantgoodness24.ie and Sea Shepherd will be participating in World Vegetarian Day 2014. Further updates will follow […]
World Vegetarian Day 2014 is on Sunday 28th September in St. Andrew’s Resource Centre, 114 – 116 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.
Here are the details for booking a stand at […]
Welcoming Spring: Fingerfood for a traditional Greek picnic. A short course on vegetarian Greek cooking that will teach you all the basics you need to whip up some lovely tasty Greek […]
The latest issue of The Irish Vegetarian is now available! Stockists: Back to Nature, Down to Earth, Dublin Food Co-op, Fruit N Nut Place, The Health Store Bray, Health […]
Features: The Mediterranean Way: Learning from the chefs at the Flavour of Italy cooking school Veggie Vineyards: A guide to veggie vino Raw Talent: In conversation with raw chef […]