Blog

‘The value of an idea lies in the using of it’ – Thomas Edison

Vegan Flapjacks

Four ingredient vegan-friendly flapjack recipe! These chewy oat bars are a popular treat in the UK and are a sweet and squidgy bite of utter heaven! … Vegan Flapjacks

Veganism vs Carnism

As a plant-based individual, I can see the arguments for and against veganism as well as carnism. Ultimately I feel that the extremes of both diets can be unsustainable, whether it be the individual running out of motivation for a vegan diet and confirming to societal norm or the meat-eater buying meat from across theContinue reading “Veganism vs Carnism”

Chilli sin Carne

We are going back to basics with this recipe and remaking the Tex Mex firm favourite…Chilli con carne or rather chilli sin carne as this one is plant-based. The key to this one is the soffrito mix which is a mixture of pre-chopped onions, celery and carrots and forms the beginning of this recipe asContinue reading “Chilli sin Carne”

‘But we’ve always done it this way’ – the most dangerous phrase in our language

https://www.euronews.com/living/2021/01/27/every-argument-for-killing-animals-debunked-the-ethical-case-for-veganism?fbclid=IwAR1M5c9-AJkZkeT7HI_OtB4Hggb5MFeKlrp7AiiXcsWyMlIq9bMd6oYq9XA “Does legality equal morality?” “What has higher value, taste or life?” I love this article from Earthling Ed. It’s a really well-rounded debate debunking many anti-Vegan myths. Quite literally food for thought that makes us delve deeper into what goes onto our plates and how it gets there. There’s always another side to theContinue reading “‘But we’ve always done it this way’ – the most dangerous phrase in our language”

Loading…

Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.


  1. The UK is one of the least biodiverse countries in the world yet we bang on about other countries not…

%d bloggers like this: