ShalomVeg is the first non-denominational resource site and online community for Jewish vegans, vegetarians, activists and curious omnivores. Features include learning pages, profiles, networking tools, recipes and activism. -Read More
“The dietary laws are intended to teach us compassion and lead us gently [back] to vegetarianism. ”
Help ShalomVeg grow by spreading the word! Print out these flyers, and leave them at your synagogue, community center or other places where you think there might be people interested in the site. (The flyers are in PDF format)
MAKE A FRIEND - Create a profile on ShalomVeg and search for other Jewish vegetarians in your area using our networking features, including instant messaging and bookmarking. Registration is free and completely private.
QUICK QUOTES - Visit our quotes collection to see what classic Jewish texts, rabbis and modern thinkers have to say about our relationship to animals, the environment, and health.
NEW VEGETARIAN OR VEGAN? ShalomVeg has a collection of articles covering the basics of veg*n and animal rights issues. Learn about modern farming methods, animal rights philosophy, vegetarian health and activism tips.
MULTIMEDIA - Visit the multimedia section of ShalomVeg to see our selection of videos and audio including the new Jewish Vegetarians of North America documentary, A Sacred Duty.
A VEG GUIDE TO JERUSALEM - Visiting Jerusalem and want to eat vegan? This holy city has more than just falafel. We have reviewed the best places to eat and shop, and will even tell you how to say vegetarian in Hebrew.
FORUMS - Have a question to ask? Want to share your opinion on a current event or issue? In the ShalomVeg forums, you can participate in discussions on various topics and learn along with the community.
ARTICLES AND ESSAYS - Learn about Jewish views of animals, eating and ethics from our growing article collection. You can also submit your own articles and essays to the site and have your writing published.
WE NEED RECIPES! - We have a growing database of recipes- from classic Jewish dishes made veggie, to tasty vegan treats. Add your own favorite to the collection, or comment on those you have tried.