Last week, I made headline news with an anti-vegan barbecue I organised on Facebook. The problem is that it wasn’t me. Disappointingly, the police and the media are disinterested regarding the identity theft of a minor.
Things ain’t the same for vegans, as one Canadian restaurant chain has proudly implemented the use of chicken-free eggs.
The lawmakers of Belgium now want to lock up parents who force veganism on their children. Which makes complete sense.
This morning, vegan protestors disrupted the country, stopping traffic, annoying the police and forcing the Prime Minister to comment. I have a problem with this.
Despite making the moral choice, the garden variety vegan is roundly despised by society writ large. This is why.
As part of The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program, Bailey Mason analyses the growing vegan meat market and the resistance shown by those who rely on animal-based products.
In following the strict tenets of being a vegan, you could arguably find yourself in a rather surprising aisle.
I’ve recently become a vegetarian. It doesn’t matter why, but I should explain to my long-term dishes that I won’t be coming back. God, this is hard. It’s not you, it’s me.
When Ollie Blood renounced veganism due to health concerns, it begged the question: what do you do when the spirit is willing, but the lack of flesh makes you weak?
Belinda Marsh questions just how much veganism offers when the costs of the lifestyle start to outweigh the physical, psychological and ethical benefits.