We have just set up our own Steem channel. We will be working on some orignal content for the platform, in the mean time we will be sharing some of our delicious recipes to the comunity over there. You can follow us on Steemit here.
It was an unusually warm Decembers morning almost 14 deg C. Traffic was heavier than usual. The normal commute to the office for me is probably the same as it is for many, the dull trudge of motorway driving, nondescript blurs of multiple colours and shapes passing by my window as I progress at a… Continue reading Look into my eyes, deep into my eyes.
Almost a year ago I undertook a distance learning animal welfare course from Edinburgh University via Coursera. It was during this course that I discovered some of the industry’s “best practice” for our food supply. I learned about how cows are monitored for diseases and conditions such as mastitis etc. How chickens get enriched cages,… Continue reading Little pig, little pig, let me in!
Ok, so I really have to stop with the weird titles, Some day. As you may know from our about us page we became Vegan overnight in January of this year (2016) this happened after watching Earthlings. My wife Natasha was a vegetarian and had been most of her life. Natasha also didn’t really drink… Continue reading Viable Vegan Voyage
We have just added a new resources section here. We will add some tools that will help you to discover reasons for going vegan and also the tools to help you get there. The images and videos you see here are not easy to take but are the reality of life and death for billions… Continue reading New Resources section
It’s been quite mixed here weather wise in Ireland, April showers have given way to May showers Torrential rain. This is giving me a bit of time in the kitchen to whip up some tasty treats. Walking the dogs in the rain, as nice as it is always comes with some moans from the kiddies.… Continue reading Cloudy with a chance of Mheatballs
Just added one simple but very tasty and nutritious recipe to the recipes section here. Try it out and let us know how you get on.