These are packed with bananas, dates, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, nuts and raisins and are vegan.
Project Nim (2011) is a documentary that chronicles the life of Nim, a chimp taken from his mother in infancy and "adopted" by humans as part of an experiment to see if a chimp can be taught language if raised under the same conditions as a human child. It's heartbreaking, juxtaposing the use of animals... Continue Reading →
This argument only prevails because we have had it drilled into us that we need to eat meat and that farm animals live to fulfil that purpose... And because people turn a blind eye to the vile practices of animal farming.
Today I went to Camden with friends. I was excited because there are many vegan options at Camden Market, and being foodies - read fatties - I knew there'd be good food involved!
While I try to limit processed and premade foods in my diet, its good to have some options for when you're too busy or tired (or simply feeling indulgent). One of my favourites is Quorn Meat Free Vegan Hot & Spicy Burgers. While the majority of Quorn products are vegetarian with egg, and not vegan,... Continue Reading →
The CE is a regenerative and sustainable economic system that is a viable alternative to the current, throwaway linear economy.
These delectable treats are free from gluten, wheat, dairy and eggs (as well as hydrogenated fats), so they're suitable for coeliacs and vegans.
Without a doubt, my two favourite "vegan" and anti-animal-cruelty documentaries are Speciesism and Earthlings. Speciesism While you can refute claims made in health-focused documentaries that promote veganism, you cannot fault the logic of Speciesism. This documentary proposes that we justify killing animals because we view living beings as part of a hierarchy or a food... Continue Reading →