So, January has come and gone in a flash. Looking through the Facebook pages the last couple of days would indicate that Veganuary was very successful again this year which is awesome. But the fun isn’t over yet, for February we have #Februdairy and #Veguary to support. Here to help with that is the February Linky.
Let’s get to know…Vegan Adventurist
Jess from Vegan Adventurist wanted to offer something slightly different to the regular vegan blogs which cover recipes, beauty and all the everyday aspects of veganism. Seeing a gap in the blogging market, she started her blog to cover all aspects of being a vegan who liked the great outdoors and adventure. So, if a walk in the peaks is up your street then here is a little more about her blog.
This month’s ‘Veganuary’ is seeing more people than ever opting to take up a plant-based diet for a variety of reasons. There are well over 1/2 million vegans in the UK today and according to research by The Vegan Society, it is now one of Britain’s “fastest growing lifestyle movements”.
Let’s get to know…Life in Rose Tinted Glasses
Quoted as a Mummy, wife and wine enthusiast, Life in Rose Tinted Glasses is a blog about her life. She blogs about a variety of subjects but as it’s still a relatively new blog she hasn’t had the chance to actually get round to a vegan post, which will change in the near future. So here is a little more from the blogger behind the blog.
Let’s get to know…Tea, Cake and Make
Natalie is a Brighton based food and lifestyle blogger who is here to tell us a little more about her blog, Tea, Cake and Make. Over on her blog, Natalie writes about her vegan life and everything else in between, including her Westie. So, here is a little more about Tea, Cake and Make.
Firstly, if you’re here then congratulations. This is your first step in choosing a healthier and kinder lifestyle. Becoming a vegan can feel like a scary step, I mean, you’re so used to eating meat, eggs and dairy several times a day that you start to wonder exactly what you’ll eat, how you’ll cope and where your protein will come from…but don’t threat, just read on.
Eating out as a vegan can be a challenge in itself. Luckily over the last couple of years, more and more big chain restaurants are choosing to add vegan meals to their menus. Chains such as Pizza Hut, Zizzis and even McDonalds have been exploring the benefits of catering for the previously ignored.
On Saturday 16th December, 2017, Aaron and I decided to pop down to Sheffield Students’ Union Vegan Christmas Festival to see what was on offer and let you know about the awesome stalls they had on show. They kindly popped us on the guest list but the regular entry fee was £3 per person.