Veganism - everything you need to know
Tips for living healthier and happier
Whether you’re baking a fancy birthday cake, wanting to adapt your family’s muffin recipe, or just looking to make pancakes for Sunday brunch, eventually you’ll want to know: how can I replace the eggs in this?
Tried tofu in a restaurant, but have no idea what to do with it at home? Tried it, but hated it?! Don’t you worry – we’re here to help!
Does vegan honey exist? Honey is not vegan, but there are so many alternatives that you can buy or make, to obtain the same sweet and floral taste!
For many of us when we first went vegan, the hardest part was that we didn’t actually like vegetables. If this describes you too, don’t worry – we came up with tricks to help you until that day you will find yourself craving kale!
Are you on the lookout for that special gift for a family member or friend that’s vegan? We assure you that you’re in the right place! We have prepared 30 gift ideas for you to choose from when that next important day is coming, whether it’s Christmas, a birthday, or just a Thursday when you want to show them your appreciation.
Why kill the male chicks and not sell them to the poultry industry? What about free-range or organic eggs? Why not give chickens more living space?
A cow only produces milk after she gives birth to a calf. As a result, cows in the dairy industry are repeatedly made pregnant, through artificial insemination.
It is important to offer nutritious and healthy food during adolescence to ensure they receive all the components that their bodies need.
How much cholesterol is there in eggs? What is the connection between egg consumption and diabetes and heart disease? What is the danger of salmonella and dioxins found in eggs? Review data and studies on the health implications of egg consumption.
Walnuts, flaxseeds and chia seeds are much healthier and safer sources of omega-3 than fish. How do I easily integrate them into the menu?