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I came up with this recipe in defiant response to the constant “but what will you eat on Christmas Day?” questions from the non-vegans in my life. Let’s be clear, vegans can have as delicious a Christmas dinner as anyone else, and you don’t have to rely on meat replacements and the like[...]
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! This is a pretty exciting one for us, our first as an online store. Christmas can be a tricky time for the conscious consumer. You want to show your friends and family that you care, and everyone likes a gift under the tree, but you don’t want[...]
Let’s not beat around the bush, Berlin is flipping AMAZING if you’re vegan. There are options everywhere, and they seem to be springing up at a rate of knots!
Last summer we took a week’s holiday in Berlin, and happily ate our way around the city. As we recover from our second Berlin summer holiday in[...]
This page will be a regularly updated list of our favourite haunts. It won’t be exhaustive, and will only ever include tried and tested places. There are loads of really great resources for finding vegan eats and treats around town that are far more exhaustive – try Happy Cow, or Vegan London if you can’t[...]
As winter finally makes an appearance in the UK, it’s time to revisit my annual mission: find some stylish, good quality, ethical footwear. I usually end up getting bored and buying some incidentally non-leather high street shoes, and then wish I’d stuck it out to find a decent ethical option. This year, I’m trying to[...]
I’ve been after a vegan winter coat for sometime. Having researched the options out there I opted for the Hoodlamb nordic parka. I’ve posted my video review below. Feel free to like and share.
Walking around London, you’d be easily convinced that there are only a handful of backpack brands (precisely which five would depend on which part of London…). I’m sure it’s the same all over the world. Thing is, I wanted a backpack that didn’t have lots of extra plastic fixings, and certainly didn’t have any[...]
I have read varying views on the effectiveness of soap nuts ability to clean. Given the uncertainty surrounding them I thought best to try them once and for all. Sapindus, commonly referred to as soap nuts, are a native shrub to India. It is a natural surfactant which can be used to clean ones hair, skin, laundry and as[...]
Individuals interested in an ethical and sustainable lifestyle come from different perspectives. We all realise that our actions have an impact on the environment, and based on this, abstain from consuming products that perpetuate climate change. Surprisingly, I have seen a number of progressive shops selling ‘sustainable’ wool. It has been pitched as a renewable product, which[...]