Author Archives: Jenny

Vegan in Madrid

Spain had been on my wishlist for a while before we booked our summer holiday there for the beginning of July.  My only previous experience with Spain was a long weekend in Barcelona ten years ago when I really struggled … Continue reading

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Vegan in Manchester: Phở

I don’t think I ate phở the whole time I lived in Vietnam (two and a half years, for the record), but I am constantly on the lookout for it now.  I’ve made my own before, but when a restaurant … Continue reading

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Vegan Package Swap: New Jersey

Back in March I posted about my love of package swaps, and I arranged an exchange with fellow blogger Jennifer from One Raw Bite.  She sent me all of these delicious goods from New Jersey and I had a marvellous … Continue reading

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Vegan in Prague: Puro

When I arrived in Prague last summer, mid-heatwave, Puro was exactly what I needed for three reasons: a) the food was raw, fresh and cold b) they had an outdoor ice cream stand c) the staff occasionally came outside with … Continue reading

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Cookbook of the Month: Deliciously Ella

Every time I see a Tom Cruise film, I desperately hope it will be terrible, just to vindicate my deep dislike of the man himself.  Ella Woodward (now Mills) is the Tom Cruise of the cooking world for me.  I … Continue reading

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Vegan in Prague: Lunchtime Buffets

Is there anything better than a buffet?  You get to try loads of different dishes, eat an obscene amount of fried food (if you’re lucky) and don’t have to worry about any unpleasant ingredients turning up on your plate (like … Continue reading

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Vegan in Berlin (Again)

Dr HH and I just can’t get enough of Berlin.  We have abandoned all pretence of going to partake in the cultural and historical side of things – now we can openly admit that we just go there to eat. … Continue reading

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