According to a recent report, veganism in the U.S. has increased by 600% in just three years, with 6% of their sizeable 330 million population now opting for a plant-based diet. With such a significant spike in populatiry it’s inevitable that there would be those who would protest against the movement. That being said, this
YouTube star ‘Rawvana’ has come under fire this week for being caught eating fish when she actively describes herself and promotes a vegan lifestyle. Her response has only caused more anger amongst her fans.
An unidentified bride posted on a Vegan Facebook group that she was uninviting guests to her wedding for not being vegan – even though they were related!
Although there are many that couldn’t dream of a life without meat and dairy, veganism is a trend that continues to grow with intensely passionate followers. In fact, Food Revolution recently revealed that the number of vegans in the US has increased by 600% in the last three years, with 6% of the population calling themselves vegans! Therefore it is
It feels like over the last few years certain devout vegans have taken their quest to convince the world not to eat meat to increasingly bizarre lengths. A few weeks back a group of vegans gatecrashed a steakhouse carrying speakers playing sounds of animal cruelty. Next PETA received backlash for releasing an x-rated video showing
Diners at Touro restaurant in Brighton, UK, had an evening they weren’t expecting on Saturday night when a group of activists entered the steakhouse to protest meat eating. The protesting group, called Direct Action Everywhere (DAE), was founded in the US in 2013 but with growing popularity have now formed multiple groups in the UK
2018 is an interesting time to be vegan. First we had Gordon Ramsay getting blasted for mocking them on Twitter, then the crazy guy who went viral after eating a raw, bloody chunk of meat at a vegan festival, and who can forget the Fox News host who decided to eat a steak whilst interviewing
Being Vegan is no longer shrouded in secrecy or shame, instead it is an increasingly popular diet trend with its own celebratory month in January – ‘Veganuary’. Whether it be for health, environmental or ethical reasons, Veganism uptake has soared, but of course with any trend rising in popularity, it is only a matter of
Sonia Sae, from Barcelona, Spain is a self proclaimed animals rights activist and popular YouTuber/blogger. However despite caring for animal welfare, Sae was heavily criticized for keeping a pet fennec fox, claiming she rescued it from a breeder in 2014. Naming the cute little creature Jumanji, Sae went one step further and took the decision
Well known food writer and editor of Waitrose Food magazine, William Sitwell, has outraged vegans with his scathing remarks. Responding to a proposal of featuring a series of plant based recipes in the magazine, Sitwell replied, “How about a series on killing vegans, one by one?”. Despite being a personal email, his response was quickly posted to