All posts tagged: meat free week

Meat Free Week – Day 5

It’s Friday! So where can I go to have some good veg dish – take your pick from these One of our vegetarian dishes just for #meatfreeweek butternut ravioli, pickled shallots, almond, blue cheese dressing pic.twitter.com/ibuxbBpsek — RotundaBarRestaurant (@rotundalondon) March 27, 2015 Need more #meatfreeweek ideas? Head to pop-up @feastonthemove in London Bridge for a multitude of veggie delights! pic.twitter.com/md2m4RvGRg — Bloomsbury Cooks (@BloomsburyCooks) March 26, 2015 #MeatFreeWeek we can 100% say the quinoa burger w/ kiwi yog from @andinalondon is the best #veggie burger in LONDON pic.twitter.com/uoTVDB4E7q — Eat Out London (@EatOutLDN) March 26, 2015 Taking part in #meatfreeweek in London? Come take a look at our menu! 🙂 100% plant based food. http://t.co/RXc1A9MyzK @meatfreeweekorg — BONAPETI (@BONAPETI) March 26, 2015 One of our vegetarian dishes just for #meatfreeweek butternut ravioli, pickled shallots, almond, blue cheese dressing pic.twitter.com/ibuxbBpsek — RotundaBarRestaurant (@rotundalondon) March 27, 2015 The 10 best vegan brunches in London: http://t.co/l6rXpG7S6p @inspiralled @tibits_uk @kin_cafe @BlackCatHackney pic.twitter.com/ZjFzSeE0ae — Standard Going Out (@ESgoingout) March 26, 2015 Advertisements

Meat Free Week – Day 4

Enjoying a lovely morning porridge at the Watch House Cafe during #Meatfreeweek Day 4 has seriously made me think about sustainable food, myths about what we eat, how confused we are about what’s good and what’s bad and also who is to make that good or bad call when it comes to ourselves. Having porridge with cow milk for breakfast for example – is that good for me or bad for me? Because dairy is always a big, big problem it seems with so many contradicting articles from ‘experts’ one day it’s good, one day it’s a big no-no and another day it’s good but… This is just an example about how too much information is doing more harm than it is doing good. In such cases it is best to know the facts and then listen to your body so you can do what is best for you. I would love to be a vegetarian, because I believe in the cause, I believe in my mind that it is a better option for me and …

Meat Free Week – Day 1

Meat Free Week starts today and I am super excited to support such great initiative given I am a meat eater and not ashamed of it. I support it because it is very much focused on education, raising awareness and helping people make more informed choices. It is not about preaching conversion to vegetarian or vegan, it is not about pointing fingers. It is about making us think where our food comes from and what it takes for it to be at our tables. So, this is it. The start of my Meat Free Week! Yay! Why join? Because I want to be more responsible and more informed, not to mention challenge myself. Meat free diet has historically always been a challenge for me. I don’t go crazy for meat but I do have cravings and once in a while I love a great steak. When it comes to daily portions of meat I find fish hardest to drop off my diet. Red meat, processed meat and chicken (in this order) are easier to avoid but fish …

Meat Free Week: 23rd – 29th March

We live in such a consume, consume and consume some more world that we rarely stop and think what impact it has on what surrounds us and on ourselves. That’s why it is great to be reminded as often as possible to give some thought to our actions and this is exactly what Meat Free Week aims to do. Meat Free Week is a global campaign dedicated to raising awareness of how much meat we’re eating and the impact eating too much has on human health, both individually and globally. It also highlights the negative effects over consumption of meat has on the welfare of animals and the environment. Meat Free Week happens every year  in March and this year it starts March 23rd and runs till March 29th. This is not a week that tried to convert you or anyone to being vegetarian, it is most of all to raise awareness and education so that we can make more educated and therefore more responsible choices.  How can you take part in Meat Free Week? …