Stand with Anita! Toronto Pig Save co-founder punished for helping thirsty pigs

I've neglected my blog a little over the past few weeks due to taking five of my exams for the NCTJ Diploma in Journalism. But during this time, there was one news story that I've found completely baffling, and a reminder of the long journey animal rights has to come in the court of law. … Continue reading Stand with Anita! Toronto Pig Save co-founder punished for helping thirsty pigs

Walking Round LDN Town

Incase you didn't know, London is amazing for vegan food. I spent the weekend around Oxford Street and Covent Garden and was spoilt for choice. Here were some of the highlights, enjoy!   Le Pain Quotidien is great for vegans, and it's literally everywhere in London! I visited one in central Covent Garden, just make … Continue reading Walking Round LDN Town

World Vegan Day 2015! And TFI-Frightening Response to WHO Research

This week has been a HUGE week for vegans! First of all, the World Health Organisation¬†(WHO)'s research showing the link between processed meats and cancer was made public, and it has been broadcasted widely. Many tabloid newspaper articles about these recent findings have dimmed it down quite a bit, saying something along the lines of … Continue reading World Vegan Day 2015! And TFI-Frightening Response to WHO Research

These VEGAN Boots are Made for Walkin’

So one of my friends informed me about these awesome vegan leather boots are on sale with ¬£20.00 off at Urban Outfitters right now. I was in Oxford Street today, tried them on, and think I may be in love... These Tyler Black Vegan Ankle Boots are described on the Urban Outfitters website as, 'Chunky … Continue reading These VEGAN Boots are Made for Walkin’

LoveGift Vegan Cafe – Honor Oak Park, London

My big brother has just moved to Honor Oar Park in South London, so today I went to visit and check out the local area. I was happy to find plenty of vegan options, and even a vegan raw food cafe. Just a few minutes walk from Honor Oak overground station, LoveGift Vegan Cafe is … Continue reading LoveGift Vegan Cafe – Honor Oak Park, London

Vegan Birthday Cake – Ms Cupcake’s Victoria Sponge Recipe

So I used the recipe for a Victoria Sponge from Ms Cupcake's recipe book - 'The Naughtiest Vegan Cakes in Town'. I'm pretty obsessed with Ms Cupcake, you can read about my visit to her shop in 'Vegan is the New Black in Brixton'. The cake turned out pretty well, and as they say a … Continue reading Vegan Birthday Cake – Ms Cupcake’s Victoria Sponge Recipe

‘B’ for Beautiful! Superdrug’s New Vegan ‘B’ Range

I was super excited that Superdrug have released a new range which is completely vegan and cruelty free! Their own brand products are cruelty-free anyway but you need to check if each individual item is vegan, so I'm happy that this range spares me from reading through all the ingredients, definitely a time-saver! What makes … Continue reading ‘B’ for Beautiful! Superdrug’s New Vegan ‘B’ Range

Why Vegan Quorn is ‘Kindof a Big Deal’

So recently the news was released that popular vegetarian brand Quorn are (finally!) making products that are 100% vegan. To meat-eaters, this probably won't seem very important at all, but actually one step for Quorn is great news for¬†vegans! In my vegetarian days, I used to love Quorn products. The brand has expanded even more … Continue reading Why Vegan Quorn is ‘Kindof a Big Deal’

Lisa The Vegetarian is 20!

A huge Happy Birthday to The Simpsons episode 'Lisa The Vegetarian', which was first aired in the United States twenty years ago today! The moment Lisa Simpson makes the link between animals and the meat on her plate is something that vegetarians and vegans around the world can relate to. For me, it was whilst … Continue reading Lisa The Vegetarian is 20!

VegFest 2015 – London, Olympia

Yesterday was my second VegFest experience. I really enjoyed it last year but found this year's display even better! With a larger venue for starters, to accommodate for the 20,000 guests last year plus more, the layout was better, and even though still completely crowded, there seemed like more space. I queued for about forty … Continue reading VegFest 2015 – London, Olympia