Author Archives: Jenny

Vegan in London: Temple of Camden

Despite being in the Czech Republic for almost three years, I am still yet to discover much of a vegan community here. In the UK there are millions of social media feeds sharing accidentally-vegan finds, new products hitting supermarkets, and … Continue reading

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Vegan in London: Breakfast Around Brick Lane

I once overheard some terrible American backpackers on the tram in Prague discussing their recent European adventures thus: A: I’m still mad we didn’t go to McDonald’s in London. B: Hey, I wanted to go! Nobody goes to London for … Continue reading

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Vegan in Nuremberg: The Green

I don’t think I ever feel fancier than when I’m eating an acai bowl for breakfast. I do it rarely (because truthfully, I’m much happier eating a gigantic baked good for breakfast), but this weekend was one of those occasions. … Continue reading

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Cookbook of the Month: Appetite for Reduction Part One

Appetite for Reduction was one of the first vegan cookbooks I bought, so why on earth has it taken me this long to review?! I used it quite a lot when I first went vegan, and decided to revisit it … Continue reading

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Vegan in Manchester: Zad’s

Since Zad’s opened in Chorlton last summer, it has been the talk of Manchester’s vegan community. It’s one of those rare places that seems to be universally loved and not suffer any backlash (sometimes a vegan crowd can be a … Continue reading

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Vegan in Dublin: The Rolling Donut

Newsflash: I love donuts! I used to plan my holidays around where to find a good vegan croissant, but now I’m all about donuts. There’s so much scope for exciting flavours and toppings. As soon as I googled “vegan donuts … Continue reading

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Truffle Pig Easter Box

As a child, I never received an Easter egg from my parents. They thought them a waste of money, and instead bought me a generous bar every year (and a book, just because). I firmly believe that this has (a) … Continue reading

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