Monday, 28 March 2016

The Vegan Kind Subscription Box March 2016 - TVK29

The Vegan Kind Subscription Box March 2016 TVK29

It's Vegan Kind time again! How I love these little boxes! There are loads of past reviews of these on my blog, but they're such a good way to discover new vegan brands and products (some good, and some not so good!) that I just love writing these reviews each month. Plus I get to eat all the stuff so, y'know.

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Sunday, 20 March 2016

Makeup Revolution Ultra Blush Palette - Golden Sugar

Makeup Revolution Ultra Blush Palette Golden Sugar

Oh, Makeup Revolution. How I love you and your palettes. (Click here for previous Makeup Revolution reviews).

These Ultra Blush Palettes have been on the market for a little while but I was on the lookout for a new highlighter and picked this up in my local Superdrug for the bargainous price of £6. I kid you not.

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Thursday, 17 March 2016

Eating vegan at Turtle Bay Newcastle

Turtle Bay Newcastle

There's been quite a buzz about Turtle Bay since it opened in Newcastle earlier this year. Situated near The Gate, just outside of Eldon Square, this Caribbean chain has been at the top of my 'must visit' list since I heard they did a decent vegan-friendly dish, so last week we booked a table and did just that.

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Tuesday, 15 March 2016

Vegan Afternoon Tea at SIX BALTIC

Vegan afternoon tea Newcastle SIX BALTIC

The day before Mother's Day was our mum's birthday, so me and my sister decided to surprise her by taking her for afternoon tea.

A few weeks back I asked on Twitter if anyone knew of anywhere in Newcastle that served a vegan afternoon tea and it became quite obvious that, whilst there are loads of nice places to have an omni or veggie tea, it's slim pickin's for us vegans.
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Sunday, 13 March 2016

Aine Carlin - The New Vegan Book Review* & Gluten Free Orange Polenta Cake Recipe!

Aine Carlin The New Vegan Recipe Book

Next month marks my two year vegan-versary and since switching to a plant-based diet I don't think we have had the exact same meal more than two or three times, and that's if we really like it. Back when I was vegetarian I would eat the same things each week; lasagne, some sort of pasta bake, pizza, beige stodge covered in cheese. When I tell people I'm vegan I'm often met with the same response; "but what do you actually eat? Don't you get bored of salad?" Errrrr, no, what are you even talking about? Vegan cooking encourages experimentation. Veggies, grains, legumes, herbs, spices - all so tasty and versatile.
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