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Rubies in the Rubble: An Interview with Founder Jenny Costa

Rubies in the Rubble: An Interview with Founder Jenny Costa

Rubies in the Rubble are our second sponsor for the April/May issue of Seedling magazine! They are an amazing company making condiments out of food which would go otherwise go to waste – and their products are all vegan-friendly, too. We interviewed founder Jenny Costa to find out more about the origin of the company … Read More

Encouraging Your Partner To Go Vegan

Encouraging Your Partner To Go Vegan

by Katy Malkin of Learner Vegan Living in a mixed-diet household can be tricky to navigate. Indeed, we have what I like to call a ‘tri-diet’ in our household – with an omnivorous husband, vegetarian daughter, and a vegan (myself). I’m now an expert at cooking multiple dishes at once and writing strategic shopping lists. … Read More

Making Whole Wheat Sourdough Bread

Making Whole Wheat Sourdough Bread

You know what I love? Sourdough bread. To me, that’s what real bread is. I love the tangy taste, and I find the texture is also nicer than that of ordinary bread. There’s even some evidence that those with gluten sensitivity may be able to eat it without issue, as the fermentation process degrades the … Read More

Treating Period Pain with Ginger: Does it Work?

Treating Period Pain with Ginger: Does it Work?

In general, my health is really good. Since going vegan a few years back, I’ve managed to virtually come off my asthma and allergy medications – something I never thought would be possible! My digestion is great, my skin is clear and I generally feel really good. But the one blot on the metaphorical landscape … Read More

Should You Buy Meat from Small Local Farms?

Should You Buy Meat from Small Local Farms?

When confronted with information about conditions on factory farms, many people claim only to buy meat from small local farms. The assumption here is that animals are treated better on these sorts of farms. It evokes images of picture-book farmyards with happy animals roaming free. But is this the case? To answer that question, I … Read More

Indoor Gardening: Your Complete Cheat Sheet For An Awesome Indoor Garden

Indoor Gardening: Your Complete Cheat Sheet For An Awesome Indoor Garden

Today’s guest post is from Emma Metson, who writes about home improvement and gardening on her site Fixtures and Flowers. She’s going to give us some tips for starting a successful indoor garden. Enjoy! *** Indoor gardening may or may not be an unconventional way of gardening for you. It may or may not be … Read More

Navigating Eating Disorder Treatment as a Vegan

Navigating Eating Disorder Treatment as a Vegan

This week, blogger Mikah Victoria shares her story and insights about going through eating disorder treatment as a vegan. This article originally appeared in the first issue of Seedling magazine.  *** I was diagnosed with an eating disorder at the age of 16, and I entered a partial hospitalization program when I was 17. For … Read More

In Praise of Tea: Why You Should Drink More Tea!

In Praise of Tea: Why You Should Drink More Tea!

A lighthearted article for you this week. I sometimes feel as if I should be covering serious hard-hitting topics all the time, but sometimes it’s nice to think about what’s right with the world instead of what’s wrong. And one thing that’s definitely right with the world is tea! In case you hadn’t guessed, tea … Read More

9 Healthy Daily Habits That Will Change Your Life

9 Healthy Daily Habits That Will Change Your Life

Most of us feel, in the backs of our minds, that we ought to adopt certain healthy habits. We may even stress out about it, worrying that we don’t have time to fit in habits which would really improve our lives. It’s impossible to do everything, so we need to prioritise the habits which will … Read More