Friday, 28 February 2014

Eat Vegan - The Interview aka The Inside Scoop ("Scoop"! Get it? Scoop? Food? Ice cream SCOOP? Food? Vegan? Food? Scoop?? Oh, forget it. Don't worry...)

A big thank you to Tilly, Megan, Abbie, Jess and Andrew for the questions.

What was the hardest thing about going vegan?
I found social occasions the hardest thing to deal with. By nature, I don't like to feel others are going out of their way on my account. If you look back to my post here, you'll see that I struggled with this in the second week of the month.

Friday, 21 February 2014

Eat Vegan - Moving On Up

Well this week has been much better than the last. I'm actually quite pleased with myself. You see, usually after such an epic mess-up such as last week, I'd beat myself up and go on a binge of whatever I wasn't supposed to be eating. It's a huge change in me to have got back on the wagon so easily.

Friday, 14 February 2014

Eat Vegan - Omnivorous slips

So after the success of my first week being vegan, I have largely failed this week. No, I haven't been eating meat in a milk, cheese and egg sauce for every meal this week. I've used excuses as to why I ate what I did. On closer inspection, these excuses are nothing more than feeble words with no substance behind them, so I'm not going to try and justify it to you.

Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Socialise with me

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Joel x

Friday, 7 February 2014

Eat Vegan - Like A Mouse With Cheese

Well this first week of vegan eating has been fun! I've genuinely enjoyed it. I've had few moments when I've almost had some thing to eat that I'm not meant to. I'll tell you about that in a little bit.

Saturday, 1 February 2014

February Challenge - Eat Vegan

So this months challenge is about changing my body through the things I eat. There seems to be so much controversy in the media about the use of animal products in the human diet. Cancer risks, diabetes risk, fertility, obesity, gastrointestinal diseases, heart disease to just mention a few. The food sources that get the least amount of flack seem to be those that are from plants: fruit, vegetables, nuts, legumes and seeds.