V is for vegan, in my alphabet of feelings.
Wait, you say, I am not vegan.
Yes, but have you ever felt vegan? Have you ever felt vegetarian? 303 more words
I’ve always been an omnivore, and I have a few vegetarian friends back home, but coming to Uni I’ve met many more herbivores, including Seren. Back in December, Seren challenged me and Daniella to go vegetarian for a week and admittedly I’ll only consider someone’s proposal if they’ve double dared me, and this was like a triple dare. 900 more words
La 11ème édition du festival de « la jeune cuisine » vient de s’achever à Paris. Réunissant les talents de demain et autres experts du milieu de la food, ce festival créé par Luc Dubanchet souhaite mettre en avant de nouvelles personnalités qui feront la cuisine de demain. 393 more words
I had attended this community event this last Sunday, and I have to give it raving reviews. The amount of options available with the different booths, coupled with different workouts staggered throughout the day was amazing for a health focused individual. 62 more words
In his essay The Pleasures of Eating, Wendell Berry, a Kentucky farmer and poet, writes: “If I am going to eat meat, I want it to be from an animal that has lived a pleasant, uncrowded life outdoors, on bountiful pasture, with good water nearby and trees for shade.” He, like a growing number of conscious eaters, wants no part of the industrial meat system in which animals are raised in concentrated animal feeding operations. 268 more words