Booktivism: Elena Jenkins 1

Elena Jenkins explains how her book, Veganism: Your Questions, Answered, can help transitioning vegans. We’ve all been there; rolled our eyes at questions about protein, smiled politely while a non-vegan proclaims their love for bacon, been there, done that, got the vegan t-shirt. Like it or lump it, being asked questions is something you sign up…

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Armed With Compassion  –  My Vegan Tattoos 2

By Chantelle Leach I have a confession. I used to hate tattoos. But, I also used to enjoy Foie Gras; things change. Not only am I now vegan (so Fois Gras is definitely off the menu), I am also covered in tattoos, and not only that, my tattoos are vegan. I don’t just mean the…

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Food Producers are Fighting the Vegan Force 5

By Chantelle Leach Once again, big food manufacturers are feeling the strain that veganism is putting on the meat and dairy industry. Due to this, companies are having to find new ways of reinventing meat products, and this time they are targeting children. ABP Food Group are one of these companies obviously feeling the pressure…

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Yulin 6

By Chantelle Leach Today is the 21st June, the start of the Yulin Meat festival. Yulin (literal translation: Jade Forest) is in the Guangxi Zhuang region of China, the place where this festival is held. Oh, and in case you didn’t know, the Yulin Festival is a dog meat festival. 10,000 dogs will be killed…

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Olivia's Blog: We Called It! 2018 Is The Year Of The Vegan 7

There was a deep, thunderous rumble at the end of 2017; a sound that we had been waiting in anticipation for. It was the sound of thousands people suddenly using the word ‘vegan’ at board meetings, in mainstream media and during conversations around the family table. Even better, people are not simply using the word…

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The No Meat Nomad In Valencia 8

By Emma Clarkson I knew from the moment I arrived that vegan food in Valencia was going to be something special. I hopped off the bus and did the first thing I always do after a journey, which is to empty my tiny feeble bladder. On the inside of the toilet door some graffiti implored…

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Best Wishes For A Vegan January 11

By Rachel Elizabeth Social media is starting to fill with people preparing for their Vegan January Challenge asking for advice on what to do with the last of their animal products and I am eagerly awaiting news of my mentee for the Leicester Vegan Challenge (part of the East Midlands Vegan Challenge). My fingers are…

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The No Meat Nomad On Vegan Options In Madrid 12

By Emma Clarkson Hey plant lovers! I’m Emma and I’m going to be your guide to surviving (and enjoying it!) on a plant based diet around the globe. I left the UK almost a decade ago and have lived, worked and travelled around Central America, Asia, the Caribbean and, as of very recently, I’m back…

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Olivia’s Blog: You’re Allowed To Pick Your Battles 13

It is easy for outsiders to think that all vegans are the same. All vegans are preachy, all vegans are attention seekers, all vegans think they are morally superior… the list goes on. The truth is that all vegans are unique. Some people are able to vocalise their views with confidence and gravitas whilst others…

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Haters Gonna Hate 14

By Sadie Cable   You know who they are. When you go vegan, some people are d**ks about it. Period.   There’s the ones who like to say things to try and get you to bite (“mmmm bacon”), the ones who hate on you because they think you think your better than them now, and…

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Olivia’s Blog: Watching People Transition 15

As vegans we spend so much time listening to meat eaters telling us that veganism is a bad idea or a fad or that we are nutritionally deficient. It is a breath of fresh air, and a source of excitement, the when someone close to you decides to move away from meat-based products. I have…

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Your Guide To Transitioning To A Vegan Lifestyle 16

By Leanne Jenna Know why you’re doing it, but don’t get too attached to that   People come to veganism for all sorts of different reasons. I initially became vegan because I felt passionately that I could no longer contribute to the harm inflicted on animals, while my partner initially became vegan for health reasons.…

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