Tag Archives: UK vegans

Vegan Products: M&S Plant Kitchen Range – Part Two

Great news: the second wave of M&S’ Plant Kitchen range has made it to Prague! (Actually, I think some of these were first wave, but they’ve only made it here recently, so they’re still new and exciting to me.) I … Continue reading

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Vegan in Birmingham: Natural Bar & Kitchen

As a rule, I don’t trust eateries with the word “natural” in the title. For one thing, as scientist Dr HH delights in telling me, ‘natural’ is not synonymous with ‘good for you’. “Arsenic is natural!” he fumes, whenever anyone … Continue reading

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Vegan Easter Haul

I haven’t been buying as many chocolate bars or sweets since moving towards the zero waste lifestyle, but sometimes I really need a little something chocolatey. Easter is one of those occasions, and Mama HH was good enough to send … Continue reading

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Vegan Products: M&S Plant Kitchen Range

If you are a vegan who does not live under a rock, you may have noticed that Marks & Spencer has released a new line of vegan ready meals, known as their Plant Kitchen range. This has inspired the usual … Continue reading

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Vegan in Manchester: GRUB

People often ask me if I eventually plan to ditch Prague and move back to Manchester, and I always tell them that I hope so. When pressed, my reasons are 40% to get all my old stuff back from my … Continue reading

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Vegan Products: Tyne Chease

For the third year in a row, I was desperate to try the Tyne Chease selection box at Christmas – and for the first time ever,┬á I was successful! Both previous years I was unsuccessful because they had already sold … Continue reading

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Vegan in London: La Suite West (Festive Edition)

There’s nothing I love more than having an afternoon tea when I return to England for a holiday. It’s always an extremely classy and civilised affair (or almost always…), and it’s just such a lovely occasion. I don’t think I … Continue reading

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