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Why Banana Peels Are The Next Big Thing in Vegan Meat Replacement

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4 April 2019

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Maebelle

Banana Peels

Society’s becoming more and more conscious of food waste, and a lot of us are making a concerted effort to use up all the food we buy and limit how much gets chucked.

But, while only buying what we’ll actually eat is one thing, what about using up more of each item? For example, have you ever considered eating the banana skin, once you’ve munched through the soft fruity centre?

The Pope Has Been Urged To Go Vegan For Lent – 6 Celebrities Showing It Can Be Easy Being Green

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7 February 2019

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Tory

The Pope

It’s not often that the Pope is offered a lesson in morality, but that is what the Million Dollar Vegan campaign is attempting to do.

After another successful Veganuary, environmental campaigners have offered $1 million to the charity of Pope Francis’ choice if he gives up animal products for lent. The campaign is backed by a host of benefactors and celebrities.

Why Pea Milk Should Be Your New Favourite Dairy-Free Alternative

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5 February 2019

Dairy-Free Alternative

It’s easier than ever to live a plant-based life – long gone are the days when you would be shunned from coffee shops if you asked for dairy-free milk. The vegan milk industry is booming, and whether you favour almond, oat or soy, it’s worth trying a new name on the scene: pea milk.

Whole Foods predicts pea milk will be big this year, with the brand Mighty Society Pea Milk launching exclusively instore in the UK this month.

Why Flexi-Veganism Might Be The Perfect Diet to Adopt This Year

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27 January 2019

The flexi-veganism diet to adopt for this year

You’d have to be living under a rock (or doing a digital detox) to avoid the hype around Veganuary.

It's a yearly challenge that asks people to give up all animal-based products for 31 days, following the unbridled meat-fest of Christmas.

The charity says that record numbers started the New Year by signing up to the pledge this year, with over 250,000 people committing to going meat-free for January.