The Best Vegan Shoes

The Best Vegan Shoes

The Best Vegan Shoes The worldwide leather business employs the products of nearly a billion animals each year to make fashion items. Leather items are usually made using low-cost labour, resulting in more waste and a larger carbon impact. This, however, does not have to be the case. Several shoe companies are either completely cruelty-free … Read more

Vegan Travel Estonia

Vegan Travel Estonia

Vegan Travel Estonia Being a vegan in Tallinn was surprisingly simple. They don’t seem to comprehend the term vegan, but if you define what you don’t eat, there are usually a few vegan alternatives available, as well as a few businesses that specifically cater to vegans. According to what I’ve read, this is because gluten … Read more

Vegan Travel England

Vegan Travel England

Vegan Travel England I used to constantly ask new pupils what sprang to mind when they thought about England after working as an English teacher for 5 years. The Queen, The Beatles, or fish and chips were nearly invariably the responses… When you ask them what other English cuisine comes to mind, they usually say … Read more

Vegan Travel Denmark

Vegan Travel Denmark

Vegan Travel Denmark It took me a million minutes longer to finish this Copenhagen-themed post to share with you, but here it is now. However, a video is still in the works, so keep an eye out on my YouTube page for it! This vegan Copenhagen itinerary will take you to some of my favorite … Read more

Best Vegan Restaurants In Denmark

Best Vegan Restaurants In Denmark

Best Vegan Restaurants In Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark’s ancient capital, has a lot to offer in terms of cuisine, notably vegetarian food, with numerous renowned raw bars. The Culture Trip has compiled a list of the city’s best vegetarian restaurants. Bio Mio This restaurant, located in the meatpacking neighbourhood of Vesterbro, is housed in an ancient … Read more

9 Most Popular Australian Vegan Recipes

9 Most Popular Australian Vegan Recipes

9 Most Popular Australian Vegan Recipes Dairy-type items account for $83.7 million in vegan labelling in Australia, followed by sauces, dressings, and condiments ($26.3 million), biscuits and snack bars ($12.5 million), candy ($6.9 million), breakfast cereals ($5.4 million), and spreads ($1.1 million). Alternative milk has seen the most growth in recent years, owing to a … Read more