Ever wondered how to make a vegan sausage sandwich? In the true spirit of Veganuary (something I challenged myself to earlier this year), I often found myself indulging on milky brews and sausage sandwiches. But how? I hear you ask. How do you make a vegan sausage sandwich? Two words, really: Linda McCartney.
Who doesn’t love a humble sausage butty and a cup of tea? Well, it’s something everyone should be able to enjoy, so here’s a quick post on how… Continue reading “How to make a vegan sausage sandwich”
I came up with this one in a Veganuary moment of madness where I was truly hungry for protein.
I needed tofu, and I needed it fast. I had some cooked quinoa in (which was a Godsend) and I had this little bad-boy on my table in about 10 minutes flat.
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If you know me personally (lucky you), you’ll know I’m not a vegetarian. And as cringe as the word is, ‘flexitarian’ seems a little more apt. The thing is, I do like meat. I like it a lot less than I used to, but I still enjoy it when I do eat it. Continue reading “Why do I eat veggie?”
Vegan food seems to divide opinion, particularly based on some of the social media comments I’ve read recently. But there’s no denying it’s showing up on my social media feeds, food events and menus more. than. ever. So what’s all the fuss about?
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Ahh, India. You beautiful, beautiful place. As part of my six months backpacking I spent a month in India earlier this year and it ended up being one of my favourite countries in the world (so far!)
It’s culture, vibrancy and colour just completely captivated me. And so did the food. I’ve always loved Indian food in Britain, but that of course is a whole different cuisine. Chicken tikka masala or lamb vindaloo are rarely or never actually eaten in India, so I was excited to see what new dishes I could discover.
Continue reading “Five Of The Best Vegan Dishes in India”