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Ali Ryland takes a journey down the Danube with Vegan Travel’s venture Vegan River Cruises, reporting on the sights, sounds, tip-top food, drink and other extras. Learn how you can get a discount on their next luxury cruise too!

The evidence is clear – we need to eat differently to save the planet, but the question remains; how can we normalise sustainable diets? Campaigns Officer Tom Kuehnel went along to the City of London’s Food Research Collaboration (FRC) seminar to find out what the experts had to say.

Jenny Edwards draws on her recent experience of Greek cuisine to provide 10 ways you can eat vegan in the beautiful Hellenic Republic.

Have you ever made the argument that our bodies aren't made for eating meat? Stephen Fenwick-Paul thinks that such 'appeals to nature' can be unhelpful, and proposes alternatives when debating with non-vegans.

Phil Mulligan delves into the culture of Indonesia and its so-called 'peasant food', providing advice on how to make tempeh from scratch as well as how best to cook it with his favourite recipes.

Cathy, a former resident of Ethiopia, blogs about how the country is a hidden gem for vegan food, as well as having impressive historical and cultural sites.

Rosamund Raha shares her important tips when trying to recreate great-tasting Bengali cuisine to impress your friends and family with.

We ask newly elected MPs to consider vegan and animal issues during their new terms.

Elena Orde lines up some classics for the sunny vegan BBQ weather.

Wenda from Hugletts Wood Farm Animal Sanctuary shares the story behind Hugletts, their ecoconscious way of life and some heartwarming stories.


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