Its been a week of Veganuary! I hope you are all doing well and happy on your vegan journey. Today I’d like to share with you a recipe that a friend shared with me; passing on the knowledge and all that. So how do we make it? Keep Reading… Ingredients:– 4 sweet potatoes, peeled and roughly chopped– 2 tsp oil– 1 clove of garlic, peeled and finely chopped– 2 ribs of celery, trimmed and finely sliced– 1 onion, peeled and… Read more »

This topic is outside of my knowledge on an experience level, obviously the facts are simple, but a purely factual post would be quite dull! However, I feel its an important topic to cover; especially considering its Veganuary – families with young children need to hear this kind of information. So i’ll pass you over to Amelia, mother to two girls and we’ll find out – can vegan children be healthy? As we are part way through Veganuary, plant based diets and… Read more »

Most of the food I make as a vegan is three things; easy, cheap, nutritious. This pate is no exception. What I like about it is you can create something that is similar to the old liver pates we are used to. The brandy or whiskey gives it this flavour. You’ve got the healthful properties of mushrooms, Dr Joel Furhman talked about their cancer prevention qualities in his book Super Immunity. Walnuts are touted as good for the heart and… Read more »

I went for a walk with a cow,And we had a lot of fun,Strolling through the woods and lying in the sun.We teased each other lots,And she made me kinda laugh,When I said, “Let’s go for lunch”,And she offered me some grass.We talked all day,And shared a pot of tea,I asked, “When you get older, what do you wanna be?”She said, “I know you think I’m stupid,And you’re probably right.In comparison to you, I’m not very bright.I can’t drive a… Read more »

2016…well that was quick; it felt like just yesterday we were saying hello to 2015!This past year has been a rollercoaster, I thought 2015 was going to be an amazing year; unfortunately that turned out not to be the case. However, the year didn’t go without highlights; from going vegan to completing group therapy, there were some good things to happen this past year too! Now, January 2016, it’s veganuary! For the whole of this month there will be a… Read more »

An iced cake with only three ingredients? No eggs? Yes its possible! Want to Know how to make it? Keep reading… You will need:– 1 Betty Crocker Cake Mix (I chose the ’Country Carrot’ one for this, there’s a few to choose from, however, the red velvet one isn’t vegan)– 1 Can of fizzy pop – ​​​1 Tub of Betty Crocker Icing; the Cream Cheese one goes perfect with the mix I chose but you can use any!