It’s that time of year where we indulge in snacks and delicious party foods. But being a vegan and attending these parties can often be a bit of a minefield, with most of the usual treats not suitable for vegans or those with dairy and egg intolerances and allergies. Here are some ideas on what you can eat, and a recipe for a delicious vegan snack to enjoy at home or take to parties.
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Towards the end of last year I transitioned to being fully vegan, and I’ve honestly found it easier than many thought it would be! I’m slowly adding more and more vegan oriented content on my blog – you’ll see these changes slowly happen, since as I’ve mentioned before, this blog is not a food blog. It’s more a reflection of my life – things I love, and that includes food.
As it’s now such a big part of who I am, I thought I’d explain some of the reasons why I chose to live a vegan lifestyle — and no, there won’t be any graphic pictures of animal mistreatment to make you feel sad (I know what goes on and don’t need to see things like that to remind me).
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I don’t want to tempt fate, but it looks like today might actually be the first ‘proper’ day of summer! The lack of warmth and sunshine so far this summer has caused a lot of frustration from people, and I’ve heard so many say that if they could, they’d move to the Mediterranean.
I’d prefer to stay in Brighton rather than go to such drastic measures,and make the most of the sunny days we will have. That doesn’t stop me from wanting to recreate ‘the Med’ at home, and one of the ways in doing so is by brewing myself some Med-inspired tea from Balcony tea company.
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When I moved to Brighton over a decade ago, I was used to not finding a decent, authentic Indian restaurant. I grew up close to a town with a large Sikh population, and that combined with growing up with friends who had Indian heritage made me a bit of an Indian food snob!
However, the tides in Brighton have been turning, and a year ago Azaro Dhaba launched in Hove. I can’t deny that at first I was a bit sceptical, but I was recently invited by Azaro Dhaba to try their vegan thali. Continue reading “Azaro Dhaba Hove Vegan Thali Review”
Since cutting animal products from my life I’ve found that my life as a blogger has changed. Some for the better, some for the worse. I thought I’d explore what I’ve found to be the things I’ve found to be the best and worst parts about being part of the vegan blogging community.
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