Two Weeks on the Camino de Santiago

‘Changing the way you do routine things allows a new person to grow inside of you’ Paulo Coelho – The Pilgrimage. Standing beside the Bodegas Irache Fuente del Vino (wine fountain) in the chill of the morning, we watched powerful sunlight creep up Mount Montejurra, shining gold, revealing its features with exceptional clarity. Vast blue … Read More

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Vegan Chocolate, Banana and Peanut Butter Cake

This cake is the ultimate in indulgence. A dense, rich chocolate sponge with undertones of banana and peanut butter that make it so delicious you’ll wonder how you lived your life without it. It gets better… The lavish chocolate icing is complimented perfectly with the addition of more peanut butter and with every mouthful … Read More

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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

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17 Completely Free Things to Do In Hanoi

17 awesome free things to do in Hanoi that are completely free! Travelling in Hanoi doesn’t have to cost a fortune. As a matter of fact, you can have an incredible time without spending a penny. It might sound cliché but when travelling some of the best things in life really do come free … Read More

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

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 … Read More

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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

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Vegan Mushroom and Spinach Curry

It’s probably pretty obvious by now that here at Veggie Vagabonds HQ we love curry. With that in mind we bring you another one of our favourites, vegan mushroom and spinach curry. Based on a North Indian favourite this curry is warming and delicious seasoned with authentic spices for a rich, intense flavour rounded off … Read More

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The Ultimate Vagabond’s Bucket List for Sri Lanka

There are literally incredible experiences around every corner in Sri Lanka. It’s hard to believe how much there is to discover on such a small island and you wouldn’t want to miss out on any of it right? That’s why we’ve put together the Ultimate Vagabond’s Bucket List for Sri Lanka. This is not just any … Read More

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An Expert Guide to Travelling in Vietnam During Tết

Our Expert Guide to Travelling in Vietnam During Tết Holiday If you plan on travelling during Tết you need to be prepared as it will have a major impact on your trip – this guide has all the info you need to know! *Updated for 2019!*   If there’s one thing we learned from … Read More

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The Best Ethical Eats in Hanoi

Vietnamese cuisine is world famous but it’s probably the last place you’d think of for vegan food. Despite what you may have heard the bustling capital Hanoi can be a haven for the ethical eater with some of the most unique and delicious vegan foods around the world. With over 50 vegan restaurants there’s … Read More

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Vegan Spiced Pumpkin Loaf Recipe

Without a doubt this vegan spiced pumpkin loaf is one of my most successful recipes I’ve whipped up. Every time it’s sampled by vegans and non-vegans alike everyone is so impressed by how moist and delicious it is. The subtle combination of nutmeg, ginger and cinnamon gives this loaf beautifully spiced undertones which complement … Read More

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A Whole Bunch of Foods You Thought Were Vegan but Aren’t

As a vegan it can be a nightmare finding out what’s safe to eat. These are some foods you probably thought were vegan but aren’t! With the food industry always trying to reduce costs it’s becoming increasingly shocking the variety of animal products finding their way into foods you thought were cruelty free. Surely … Read More

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Vegan Date, Coconut and Caramel Slices

These vegan date, coconut and caramel slices are truly indulgent and extra scrumptious. This is a no bake recipe that requires minimal fuss and yields excellent results. I created these in the mist of a super sweet tooth craving that I seem to have all too often. J was present during the creation process … Read More

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