A while back, I wrote a post about why eggs are inhumane, regardless of whether they’re caged, free-range or organic. At the end of that post, I promised to write one on how to stop eating eggs. So here it is! What can you substitute for eggs? What you use instead of eggs depends on … Read More
When doing vegan outreach, I often hear people say that they couldn’t go vegan because it’s too expensive. It astonishes me that this is still such a widely held viewpoint, so I thought I’d try to dispel it. Here goes. It depends what you eat Imagine if I said to someone, “Being a meat eater … Read More
One statistic which never fails to amaze me is that 97% of Americans are fibre-deficient. I wouldn’t mind betting that the UK doesn’t fare much better. Most people who are fibre-deficient probably don’t realise it – chances are, you’re one of them. But if you’re not aware of the health benefits, you probably don’t feel … Read More
I’ve spent a total of 11 nights in a tent over the past few weeks. Camping is great, but it’s not without its challenges. There’s staying warm, keeping everything dry…and feeding yourself, too. Being vegan adds an extra dimension to that. At a campsite I stayed in at the beginning of August, the shop sold … Read More
This post contains one or more affiliate links, which help to sustain Little Green Seedling. I only ever recommend things I truly believe in! When transitioning to a vegan or plant-based diet, dairy is one thing many people struggle to eliminate. Ditching cheese can be particularly difficult! Oliviarjohnson requested I write a post on giving … Read More
There are tons of articles out there on getting kids to eat their veggies. But getting adults to eat theirs can sometimes be even more of a challenge! Most of us in the West don’t eat anywhere near enough fruit and veg. This puts us at risk of vitamin and fibre deficiencies, and more serious … Read More
Showing people that eating cruelty-free doesn’t mean missing out
Why is meat associated with manliness?
The irony of the ‘preachy vegan’ stereotype
I list the changes I noticed in my health after becoming vegan.