A vegan stalwart, one of the hidden gems of Porthmadog

I’m just back from a road trip through Wales with my family, all three of us vegan. Having learnt from experience – a recent similar venture through the East of Scotland – we decided we had three choices when it came to food: spend our days glued to the Happy Cow app, with hunting asContinue reading “A vegan stalwart, one of the hidden gems of Porthmadog”

The hype is true: Berlin could very well be the vegan capital of the world

A recent trip to Berlin (above) confirmed to me its status as one of the world’s capital cities for vegans. I’d been once before, as a vegetarian, and was decently catered for, but a few years later and eating out is an absolute delight. During our five days there, we barely scraped the surface ofContinue reading “The hype is true: Berlin could very well be the vegan capital of the world”

The Feel Good Café, dedicated to saving animals and healthy eating

Good plant-based food is often found in the strangest of places and the Feel Good Café in north-east London is an example of this. A small underused Chingford arcade, tucked neatly between a pet grooming salon and a photography studio, is where owner Idan, pictured above right, started up his vegan café three years ago.Continue reading “The Feel Good Café, dedicated to saving animals and healthy eating”

The vegan B&B that can teach you how to cook the delights you eat there

Try googling vegetarian hotels in the UK and the choices are still very thin on the ground, and yet for me, certainly, as cool as it is to find places with great vegan choices, I always feel much more at home in cafes, restaurants and accommodation where vegetarian is just the way it is ratherContinue reading “The vegan B&B that can teach you how to cook the delights you eat there”