Plant-Powered Families Review

Plant-Powered Families by Dreena Burton has over 100 kid-tested, whole-foods vegan recipes.  Dreena has been vegan for over twenty years and written five bestselling vegan cookbooks.  She has been vegan through three pregnancies and she and her husband are raising their three daughters on a plant-based diet.  Plant-Powered Families has all the recipes you need to feed a vegan family, or even a family who just want to eat more plants, as well as advice about raising kids on a healthy plant-based diet.

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Everything Vegan, Cruelty-Free Apparel

Everything Vegan is a cruelty free apparel company.  All of their cruelty-free apparel is 100% vegan and printed with organic water based inks.  They asked me to try out a few of their t-shirts, which I was really happy about because I love their designs and wanted some vegan t-shirts for the kids.  I got one for me too so might post some photos of that sometime, but for now here are some cute photos of the kids in their new t-shirts!

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Keep it Vegan Cookbook Review

If I’m ever asked to recommend a vegan cookbook, I always recommend Keep it Vegan by Áine Carlin.  It’s one of my favourite vegan cookbooks and would be perfect for anyone who is just starting off being vegan (though would suit longterm vegans too).  It has such a good variety of recipes, that even if it was the only cookbook you bought, you’d have perfect recipes for any occasion.

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Salt of the Earth Rock Chick Sweet Strawberry Review

Crystal Spring sent me a sample of one of their new deodorants to try out so I wanted to post a quick review of it.  They have a range of Salt of the Earth natural deodorants that are suitable for vegans and not tested on animals.  I always use their Pure Aura Lavender & Vanilla spray deodorant or their Crystal Classic deodorant and love them.  They’re the one brand of natural deodorants that I found to be most effective.Read More »

M&S Vegan Range

I wanted to do a few blog posts about the ranges of vegan food in different supermarkets.  So of course I tried the one that I thought would be most fun first!  I hadn’t been to M&S in over a year and was really excited to try a lot of the newer vegan products.  I wouldn’t shop there all the time, as it’s a bit out of my price range, but it’s really nice to get stuff as a treat.  And actually I found the prices pretty reasonable for specifically vegan products.

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