Apologies for the complete lack of posts over the last few months. You will be relieved to know that I have neither stopped eating nor abandoned the animal-free diet, but it has been a hectic period and I haven’t had time to log my breakfasts, lunches and dinners, complete with photographic evidence and detailed descriptions.
In reality, I can’t see myself having time to return to the daily diary, but the 100-plus posts in the archive should satisfy the curiosity of anyone who wonders what vegans really eat, and there are only so many times you can photograph a bowl of Weetabix or try to think of something original to eat before 8am.
That said, there are an infinite number of recipes to bore people with, so I have no intention of giving up the blog, and will still be posting as often as I can. On a more serious note, farmed animals need all the help they can get, and though a vegan blog may be a drop in the ocean, it can only help to spread the message about how quick, easy and delicious animal-free meals can be.
This lovely pair of pigs live at FRIEND Farmed Animal Rescue in Kent, which provides a safe haven for around 150 animals