I recently had the chance to visit Facebook celebrity WeeWee the Pig, who fell off a truck last winter and landed at Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary, where he now leads the life all pigs should lead: happy, safe, and loved.
As it’s been such lovely weather here in the South West recently, it reminded me of an amazing garden party we had earlier in the summer that I thought I’d share – you never know, with this Indian Summer you might be able to recreate some of these amazing dishes!.
Everyone knows that cooking for the family can often be stressful.
For me, this chocolate chai desert is one of the best vegan recipes I’ve come across so far. If you like rice pudding or semolina, you’ll love this as it’s a beautifully creamy and super easy desert that’s guilt free!
As I’m still in the first few weeks of my transition into all things vegan, it's been one of those go-to treats for me when I'm craving something sweet.
The tart I decided to make was inspired when I found some late season Hereford asparagus – and it was yummy and refreshing and proved to me, once again, that anything dairy can do, vegan can do better.
When I first turned vegetarian I really couldn’t stand the thought of not having cheese – and it’s the first thing lots of people have said to me since taking up the Veganista ch
What if doctors told you that smoking caused cancer, but you’d probably be fine if you didn’t smoke more than one cigarette a day? Luckily, they don’t, because even small amounts of smoke are harmful. So why don’t climate scientists follow the same principle?
A study was published recently that - once again - showed that a vegan diet is best in terms of greenhouse gas emis
I’ve known Juliet Gellatley a long time – a very long time – 26 years to be precise. When I first met her she was a young youth education officer at the Vegetarian Society but within three years was its director. She then left to found the vegan campaigning group, Viva!, which she still directs from its Bristol offices.
That’s a long time to be constantly fighting for animals but in truth, it started way before that, as a 15-yea
It seems strange to think that there was a big chunk of my life when I never thought about animals dying in agonising pain to end up as a strip of brown stuff on my plate. That kind of thing seemed so normal.
Meat was everywhere in those far off decades – just part of life. Open the fridge and there was a sawn-up corpse.
As a part of the Shanghai Women’s Health Study, scientists examined whether women who ate cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, kale, cabbage, watercress, rocket etc) before being diagnosed with lung cancer had better survival chances.
The analysis showed that high cruciferous vegetables intake was significantly associated with higher lung cance
Pigs are one of the smartest animals on the planet – and one of the most abused
Juliet Gellatley, founder & director of Viva! and zoologist, delves into their origins and discovers that factory-farmed pigs are essentially wild boar