When people decide to give up meat, they often exclude fish. I was no exception, as I initially went pescetarian rather than fully vegetarian. It’s hard to explain why many of us view fish as separate to meat. From an ethical point of view, some people don’t believe fish feel pain. Others find it harder … Read More
When you’re passionately vegan, it’s easy to become disheartened by what you see around you. Yes, you’re avoiding all forms of animal exploitation, but so many people are still contributing to it. You can control your own actions, but not other people’s. And you sometimes start to wonder if you’re really making a difference. I’ve … Read More
I love being vegan – it’s changed my life in ways I could never have imagined. I’ve met so many like-minded people, many of whom have become good friends. My compassion for animals and other people has expanded hugely. Learning about the harms caused by animal agriculture to animals, the planet and human health has … 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! So you’re thinking of transitioning to veganism, but you have some questions. How will your health be affected? What were your loved ones think? Will there be any side effects of … Read More
It’s another argument vegans hear a lot; “Humans were meant to eat meat, we’re top of the food chain.” The logic is simple – we eat animals, they rarely eat us, so we must be at the top. But does this stand up to scrutiny? Are we really on the same level of the food … Read More
Should we respect people’s decision to eat animal products?
Using art to create change
Do people become vegan because everyone else is doing it?
Shaming people for their choices is not effective
A change in our attitude to plastic packaging is long overdue.