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II. The Good, The Bad and Two Lots of Meat-Free Pie

When food becomes essential to my story I know it’s time to write again.

On the way to my very last lecture at university, I could tell anxiety was getting the better of me. 825 more words


Why I decided to become a vegetarian (Life)

One question I get asked a lot (no really I do!) is why I decided to become a vegetarian. So I thought why not cover it in one quick and easy blog!! 708 more words

Life's Little Adventures

Never Trick the Kids to Eat Healthy Again + Sauce Recipes


No matter how much I expose my daughters to exotic and healthy foods, they still have their own tastes and as much as they love fruits and veggies it can be a fight that I simply don’t have the patience for after a long day. 406 more words


Dear Quorn...

Dear Quorn,

I’m addressing this blog post to you because I want to open a dialogue about your gluten free range.

I firstly want to say how wonderful it is that in recent years you’ve created more gluten free and vegan products for those of us with more than one dietary requirement. 377 more words


Losing my V... then regaining it...

I was around 9 years old when I first decided to become a vegetarian… I remember exactly how the events unfolded too…

The year was 2008, Jamie Oliver was in his prime – healthy school meals had been spread throughout the land – next on his agenda was a little tv air time in which he revealed to the British public the reality of battery chicken farming. 490 more words


It's me!

I’ll admit it, I have a huge passion for eating. I love creating new meal combinations and testing them out on my boyfriend (however, he may be slightly bias). 343 more words


Phase 1: Quorn (Chick'n)

It was a sad day when I discovered that poultry was making me feel like I had food poisoning. Even the free range, organic roasting chicken that was $12 more expensive than the other one caused debilitating cramps and alllll the gas. 374 more words

Leaky Gut Syndrome