It’s been a while I know. I’ve been busy with yet another new job, planning my wedding and honeymoon. But I’m back, and whilst idly flicking through Vegan Life Magazine, I saw that Viva! have finally completed their short movie on factory pig farming, SWINE. Continue reading
My breakfast normally consists of marmite on toast on a weekday. Pretty boring, isn’t it? I do like jam but it’s always so overly sweet that it gives me mouth ulcers. After acquiring a large amount of chia seeds and some heavily reduced blueberries, I thought I’d attempt my own jam. Continue reading
It’s not often I post things out of anger but I am completely incensed by what I have recently witnessed.
Just recently, Channel Five aired a documentary called The Great British Benefits Handout. In short, four families were given £26,000 in cash to improve their lives. Sounds like a fairly standard show these days but what does this have to do with Green Vegans? Continue reading
Not only is Leonardo DiCaprio a wonderful actor and more than deserving of his award for Best Actor in The Revenant, but he also used this long-awaited moment to promote climate change.
I’ve been reading a lot lately about how using products with gluten, dairy, preservatives, and other nasties is just as harmful to your body as ingesting them. I make a few of my own products and there’s been a real improvement in my skin: plumper, softer, brighter and clearer, but making products, although enjoyable, is time consuming and can be expensive. So when Holland and Barrett plopped Skincere Night Cream on my doormat to try, I was very optimistic. Continue reading
I may have to shout this: BEN AND JERRY’S NEW VEGAN ICE CREAM LOOKS ABSOLUTELY LUSH! But guess what? Continue reading
Apologies for the lack of posting this week, I’ve been completely distracted with BBC’s Winterwatch. How fantastic has it been? The otters were far too cute and my cat, Sinbad, has been completely besotted with the mice mazes. I don’t know about you, but I found it quite shocking to discover that we don’t know the number of mountain hares we have in existence, but we are quite happy to cull them. Such a destructive species, that we are. However, let’s join forces and do some good; it’s RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch this weekend. Continue reading