You know when food bloggers promise you a recipe but then you have to… Read More »Crispy panko tofu with vegetable katsu noodles
Want to eat less meat but think you’ll miss out on your favourite dishes? It doesn’t have to be like that!
When Paul first told me he was going to go vegan overnight I felt a mixture of emotions. On a positive note, I had massive admiration for his forthright determination to live according to his principles despite what anyone says or thinks of him. In
Keeping Christmas Alive
It’s no secret that your average non-vegan Christmas day menu is traditionally packed with animal products. From the milk chocolate selection box in your stocking, to the turkey dinner, to the eggnog you enjoy (does anyone actually enjoy eggnog??), it’s not a particularly animal-friendly affair.
Walking (Barefoot) Across A Metaphorical Minefield
(Photo was not taken in an actual minefield)
So, who knew that shopping for kids’ shoes would be such a vegan conundrum? When our littlest baby started walking around 3 months ago, off we went to Clarks, as we had when our daughter needed shoes nearly 2 years ago. The difference? We weren’t vegan back then, so just picked a pair we liked the look off and we were done. So when we looked around Clarks we noticed that all of their Pre-Walker or First Steps shoes seemed to contain leather or suede. So where the hell could we get some cruelty-free baby shoes that still looked (and felt!) good for our little one?
Getting to know my favourite vegan Instagram accounts.
Hello! It feels like AGES since I’ve brought you one of these interviews, and I’m sad to say this is the last in the series….for now at least. Thanks so much to everybody who has taken part – it’s been an absolute joy sharing your stories.
For my final instalment, I interviewed the brilliant Amy Stuckey, who runs the Instagram page @allthingsveganuk.
“Urgh, not another thing we can’t enjoy. Why can’t you vegans just back off and let us have our harmless fun?”
OK. About the fun police thing. I’ll start by saying, rather aptly for the subject, I’m really not trying to p*ss on anyone’s bonfire. But we’re in the age of the likes of QI telling us that avocados aren’t vegan (eyeroll emoji or do they have a point?). So there’s bound to be other debates that come up and as it’s the time of year for them, I decided to do a bit of research into how much fireworks align or conflict with choosing to live a vegan lifestyle.
TOKSVIG, I MEAN DANISH, WEEK
Hello! It’s Danish week. After a week off for the vegan episode I’m back with another instalment of veganising Bake Off, and I’m mixing it up a bit.
PIES! PASTIES! OTHER PASTRY THINGS! OK, so I think this whole Bake Off thing is… Read More »The Great British Bake-Off Vegan Style: Episode 6 – Pastry Week
Woah, we’re halfway there… ….WOOOAH cinnamon and pear. (Or something). Yep, it’s spice week, and… Read More »The Great British Bake-Off Vegan Style: Episode 5 – Spice Week