Please note that we are not holding any classes or wokshops at the moment and are not able to respond to emails or texts/calls.
is that all animals have an innate and natural right to be allowed to live the best possible lives they can.
This means that we humans have no legitimate claim to use or abuse them for any purpose.
We aim to promote this philosophy through education and campaigning
We organise regular cookery workshops with various themes to cater for a wide range of interests and abilities:
transitioning to vegan diet
want to include more plant based food into your diet
more challenging recipes
vegan fast food
sweet and dessert vegan
indian and thai vegan
starters and nibbles
Over the last few years my colleague Lorraine and myself have been bringing plant based cookery into schools around N Ireland on a voluntary basis on behalf of Animal Aid, one of the UK's leading animal campaigning organizations.
Supporting Other Campaigns:
We are happy to support other vegan campaigns such as the public vegan advertising campaign Go Vegan World. Launched in Ireland in 2015, it uses hard hitting advertising at bus stops and larger bill boards to promote the truth about meat and dairy production.
10 vegan food brands whose owners sell meat or dairy
from Ethical Consumer
As you gorge yourself on nut cheese and coconut yogurt for Veganuary your money could still be finding its way into the pockets of those who profit from animal exploitation
Launched back in January 2014, Veganuary challenges people to forego meat and dairy and go all out herbivore for a whole month. But vegan novices beware.
Our new research reveals that the UK's vegans are unwittingly supporting companies that are deeply involved in the meat and dairy industries.
Below is a list of vegan brands we have found to be owned by non-vegan companies: