I’m going to write at some point about how much I love my air fryer and how you definitely need to buy one, but for now I’m just going to share my new favourite recipe. These are a delicious alternative to garlic bread, lovely and soft and fresh, and with only about 15 minutes’ effort. […]Read More Air Fryer Garlic Knots
Whenever I post a recipe for something less healthy, I usually feel the need to include a disclaimer about my diet normally involving vibrant, healthy, whole foods. Well not today! Yesterday was the second annual International Vegan Junk Food Day, an in its honour here is my unapologetically unhealthy sausage roll recipe. Sausage rolls were […]Read More Easy veggie sausage rolls, in honour of #ivjfd15
One of the things vegans have to get used to is being asked an awful lot of questions. While all vegetarians and vegans have at least one story about an offensive or ill-informed conversation with an omnivore, I find that most people are genuinely interested and just want to know about the practicalities of what […]Read More 10 not-so-stupid questions about veganism
If the colder weather wasn’t enough of a sign that autumn is here, the sudden abundance of brassicas should be enough to convince you. Vegans are recommended to eat green leafy vegetables every day, because they’re a great source of both iron and calcium. Having three different brassicas in one veg box looks pretty extreme, but […]Read More In my veg box this week – brassicas, brassicas, brassicas!
I’m finally back after my annual hiatus! I work as an administrator at a university and around exam time I’m so drained that I can’t quite articulate myself as well as normal, and I have to have a little break from blogging. I’ve not been sitting at home doing nothing though, I’ve been doing all of the usual Mrs […]Read More Mrs Veg is back
“So, what do you eat for Christmas dinner?” It’s the one question all meat-eaters want to ask vegetarians and vegans at this time of year. It’s no surprise they’re curious, food seems like one of the most important aspects of Christmas, and for many people the idea of Christmas day without a massive dead bird […]Read More A very veggie Christmas
Laboratory-grown meat has been in the news again lately. With headlines such as Could vegetarians eat a ‘test tube’ burger? (BBC) and Meat without Murder (Vegetarian Times), at first glance it looks like it could be great news for vegetarians. However, a recent online poll by the Vegetarian Society has shown that less that 7% […]Read More Lab-grown meat and vegetarianism