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Apps for vegetarians

Between the useful functions your iPhone serves and the entertainment it provides, you might have your iPhone glued to your hand during your waking hours. We do, too. You've heard the saying "There's an app for that" — and there is! We're bringing you fun and useful apps for your iPhone every week. Today, we're sharing five apps for vegetarians.

Whether you are a vegetarian or vegan (or thinking of becoming one), you'll love these iPhone apps. These apps offer wonderful vegetarian and vegan recipes as well as information on where to buy local, fresh food, and how to find vegan and vegetarian restaurants near you.

How to Cook Everything Vegetarian

Vegetarian How to Cook Everything

Get more than 2,000 meatless recipes and variations from Mark Bittman's award-winning book. For vegans, more than 900 recipes are tagged and searchable. This well-organized app allows you to print recipes and a shopping list, add recipes to calendars, email recipes to friends, share what you are cooking on Facebook and more. The How to Cook Everything Vegetarian app features amazing step-by-step images, and it's also global, so the temperatures and quantities can be switched to metric if you prefer.

Price: $4.99

VegOut

VegOut

Vegetarian (and vegan) eating out is made simple with this handy app. VegOut provides details on vegan, vegetarian and vegetarian restaurants around the globe with the largest international listing of such eateries in the world. Finding a restaurant that is suited to your dietary needs is no longer a struggle when you have VegOut.

Price: $2.99

Locavore

Locavore

If you are looking for farm-fresh local vegetables to munch on or include in your favorite recipes, then you need Locavore. This free iPhone app uses your phone's GPS location to locate farmers and farmers markets near you. You can browse what's in-season now and what's coming soon. Through this app you can learn about your food as well as who is producing it. You can also find recipes to use in-season, local ingredients. You can post what you cooked and ate onto Facebook, too.

Price: Free

Veggie Passport

Veggie Passport

For traveling, the Veggie Passport app is a must. This translation app allows you to let waiters, dinner hosts and anyone else know about your vegetarian or vegan needs. With this iPhone app, you can bridge language barriers and make sure that you are getting truly vegetarian or vegan meals. Using 33 different languages, you simply pick the message you want to convey, then show the translated screen to your waiter or other person.

Price: 99 cents

Be Vegan

Be Vegan

This app is great for vegans or for those who are considering becoming vegan. It features tons of news and information as well as videos, articles and recipes. If you want to know more about the vegan lifestyle, this free iPhone app may just be what you need to help you make the decision to Be Vegan.

Price: Free

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Comments on "Best apps for the iPhone: Apps for vegetarians"

Lauren September 21, 2012 | 1:25 PM

The how to cook everything vegetarian app seems great! I am always on the look out for vegetarian recipes that are different. I feel like us vegetarians are always forced to eat the same types of foods. Thanks for this article!

Gina September 20, 2012 | 1:48 PM

These are great apps for anybody who is, or is considering becoming, a vegetarian or vegan! I became a vegetarian for two years over a decade ago before the iPhone was invented. Back then it required gathering a lot of different cookbooks and article clippings together from different sources which was a lot of work. It’s wonderful that these apps do all the work for your and provide the information you need right in one convenient place. Just more proof that there’s an app for everything!

Karen September 20, 2012 | 1:40 PM

I've been a vegetarian for six years now. The Veg out app seems like something I would really like. I'm constantly googling vegetarian restaurants, but an app would be nice as it's normally more up to date. Thanks!

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