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Vegan Vietnamese Summer Rolls Recipe

Vietnamese food is notoriously meat based and can be problematic for us ethical eaters. With such a varied diet the Vietnamese aren’t afraid to try anything and when they eat meat they eat it in abundance. Literally no part of the animal goes to waste. This means it’s hard to find a dish that … Read More

A Whole Bunch of Free Things to Do In Hanoi

#1 Take a stroll around Hoan Kiem Lake This had to be on the list. The lake is steeped in history and legends, playing a huge part in Hanoi culture. Completely free but vital to give you a unique and memorable experience to the city. It’s one of the best places to people watch, … Read More

Adventure and Photography Inspiration from Tales by Light

It’s amazing when you can watch something on a screen and feel motivated to get up and do something positive. Well, we’ve found just that. You’re going to love this adventure and photography inspiration from Tales by Light.  National Geographic, Canon and a selection of world famous photographers have teamed together to bring you … Read More

Make No Bones, Sheffield – A Veggie Vagabond’s Review

When we knew we’d be venturing back to Sheffield the first thing we did was see if there were any new vegan spots. Back when we were living in Sheffield four years ago Chesterfield road and Abbeydale road were the hotspots for ethical eaters. Returning back for the first time in nearly half a decade … Read More

The Plastic Problem

Can you guess what I’m talking about? It’s used every day… Almost 3.7 million kilos in the UK each year… Many people use it once and then throw it away… It can take nearly 1000 years to decompose… Did you guess? It’s plastic! Used everyday and thrown away without hesitation.  Most types of waste … Read More