As if Haworth didn’t have enough to offer- wild moors, rich literary history, cobbled streets and quaint gift shops, it now has every vegan’s idea of paradise- a wholefood shop. On the spring equinox of 2016, Haworth Wholefoods opened its doors. Situated at the very top of Haworth main street and painted bright green with a great… Continue reading Haworth Wholefoods is Heaven for Vegans
When I say to people that I am vegan, their faces often contort into their most concerned oh-you-poor-thing expression as they gasp ‘so can you not eat chocolate?’ This always makes me laugh, because anyone who knows me will know that I eat some form of chocolate on the daily. The answer is always the same ‘yes, unless it… Continue reading Vegan Chocolate 5 Ways
It’s okay to make mistakes And I made my fair share. It takes practice, but soon you will be skim reading labels like a pro. It’s okay to get half way through a pack of salt and vinegar pringles and realise that that’s the flavour that has milk powder in it. Just take note, move… Continue reading One Year of Veganism. What Have I Learned?
Another burger post! I promise I have eaten very healthily for the rest of this week. I have been wanting to do more reviews of readily available ‘junky’ vegan products to show that you don’t need a million exotic ingredients in order to have a fantastic vegan feast, there are plenty of vegan ‘oven foods’ available in supermarkets… Continue reading Fry’s Traditional Burger Review
January is now ‘Veganuary’ where people take the pledge to go vegan for the month of January (and hopefully beyond.) A lot of restaurants do special vegan-y things in January to support this and Handmade Burger Co, in true Veganuary spirit, offered 50% off on all vegan menu items when you download the voucher.… Continue reading Handmade Burger Co. Review
Think vegans are always hungry? Think we can’t have treats? Think again. Just because you don’t support animal cruelty doesn’t mean that you have to miss out on a proper Yorkshire meal. What better treat after a hard week’s work than a big old plate full of pie and peas? I plan on doing a… Continue reading Linda McCartney’s Vegetarian Country Pies Review
I barely ate meat while growing up. My mother was pescatarian and I made the decision to do the same when I was 7 years old as the thought of this lump on my plate running around with thoughts and feelings meant that I did not then want it running through my digestive system. (Unfortunately the… Continue reading My Vegan Story