I am now a regular contributor to the Barefoot Vegan Magazine, something I am very proud of. It’s a beautiful online mag, packed with interesting and enlightening articles. It is a real wealth of insight into the modern vegan lifestyle and I would urge you all to have a look, whether a full-power plant-based shiner or a curious veggie dabbler, there is something for all. You can subscribe for free here.
You know that we love nature in the BHK and I see that the state of our environment is a major issue of concern for most people. In ‘Eating for the Earth’ I explore the environmental impacts of Animal Agriculture, the worst polluting industry on the planet (well above the entire transport industry). Going vegan is the number one way to positively effect our environment. Just one meal makes a difference. Our forks are our greatest weapons in combating our negative environmental impacts and what we choose to eat has never been so important.
“Making ethical choices in what we buy, do, and watch. In a consumer-driven society our individual choices, used collectively for the good of animals and nature, can change the world faster than laws.” Mark Bekoff
There is more, Jane has also written an article for this edition of the Barefoot Vegan. How cool is that! Both of us in one shining mag!!! Jane writes about her work within the Red Tent movement and how it supports women globally. An empowering article for all women. Jane started the local Red Tent in North Wales, which has been going for two years and which regularly transforms the Beach House living room into a sea of red fabric and smiling faces.
I hope you get the chance to read the articles and we always love feedback and a chat in general. You’ll find regular BHK updates on twitter and facebook. For more information about veganism or going vegan, two amazing resources are The Vegan Society and Veganuary.
If you are in the UK, Jane and I are attending loads of food festivals and doing book signings all over the place. I’ll be at the Penarth Book Festival doing a talk about compassionate eating and Peace & Parsnips with Anthony Slaughter, Deputy Leader of the Wales Green Party. We’ll also be down at Vegfest in London on 11th October where Peace & Parsnips has been voted in the ‘Best Vegan Cookbook’ Category. You can vote here for our book, plus loads of other amazing vegan cookbooks, products, nibbles and restaurants.
Viva Veggies!!!!! Surely the tastiest way of saving the world!