‘The value of an idea lies in the using of it’ – Thomas Edison
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”
Okay so TikTok is a guilty pleasure for me. I spend far too long on there watching the same videos over and over again and yes I’m loving all these Sea Shanty renditions. Love to The Wellerman! When I saw this recipe, I just had to try it out. It’s so simple and minimal ingredientsContinue reading “TikToks Tomato Feta Pasta”
if you like my quote show some love and share the post , and here some more …. “Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” Theodore Roosevelt “… 2021 – Always act like you’re wearing an invisible crown.
Peanut Butter Energy Balls So after the success I had with my homemade oat milk recipe, I wanted to see what else could be done with ground oats. If you’ve ever had a “Bounce Ball”, then you’ll see that this is what I was attempting to recreate. Almost a cookie dough like texture but withContinue reading “Peanut Butter Energy Balls”
Do you ever feel like you’ve wasted time? Or money? Or both? What should we be doing with these things anyways? Spending money? Spending our time? Or spending both? …or saving both? Saving both to use in the future, saving for a better life. What happens if it’s gone tomorrow and we never got toContinue reading “You can get more money but you can’t get more time”
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”
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”
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