It's definitely fair to say that if there's one thing I get excited about, it's finding new vegan food. Accidental finds or large retailers purposely putting themselves onto the vegan market, I'm sure to do two things; want to try it; want to tell other people about it. I visit Pret A Manger, an ethical… Continue reading Vegan treats on the High Street: Pret A Manger launches new cookie
It was only a matter of weeks ago that, courtesy of my close friend Claire, who blogs over at Rainbows And Thunderstorms, I discovered a glorious fact... Greggs' Belgian Buns are vegan. Being a southerner, our primary high street bakery source is Greggs', the only other real option for sweet treats being independent bakeries and if… Continue reading Vegan treats on the high street: Greggs’ Belgian Buns
Upon my return from Paris the UK saw some darn good weather, so I certainly could not complain about not being on holiday on that front. Of course, good weather is a fair motive for leaving the house on a day off (if you can), so my first Friday back I went for a roam… Continue reading The Haute-st Spot in Watford
Iceland are giving us No Bull when it comes to meat-free alternatives... whether you're a meat eater and looking to reduce your consumption, or a fully fledged vegan, I promise you, these burgers are something you'll want to try. My dad bought me a pack of 'No Bull' burgers at the beginning of the week,… Continue reading Iceland are giving us No Bull: An alternative you’ll love
Have your self a very treat-ful christmas... Let the Yule.... log be eaten.... apart from the fact it's probably not vegan so I'll just watch people eat the cake.. Anyway.Hello and welcome to the wonderful world of Stories Can Make Us Fly. Today is day 9 of blogmas and I'm feeling pretty good! That probably… Continue reading Vegan treats review.