My review of the World Food Cafe in London

There are many new vegan places that have popped up in London in the last few months and years. The interest in veganism has certainly increased many-fold, with people flocking to vegan cafes, shops and restaurants to see what they have to offer and what they’re all about. Wondering through the streets of Covent Garden,…

How snow is London’s real Armageddon

I have been living in London for quite a few years and in my opinion it is one of the best cities in this world. It has around 7 million people that call it home and this number will probably grow every year. It is the financial capital of Europe, if not the world, the…

My review of DEIK’s set of copper frying pans

I have a set of pans and pots that I bought a few years ago, but that are slowly (or actually rather quickly) becoming unusable, and when you cook almost every day like me, it’s imperative to invest in a very good set of pans that will make the cooking not just easier, but also…

The real struggle of a meat-eater

In my previous post about milk I said I no longer drink animal milk and instead chose to drink other (healthier) alternatives, like coconut, almond or soya milks, although there’s many more alternatives out there. This comes with the fact that I want to get myself healthier and more aware of what I’m actually putting…

No more milk or dairy!

Like many people, I grew up on having milk pretty much every day. I’d have it first thing in the morning, for breakfast, either on its own, warm, or on cereals (warm and cold. Yes, yes, I used to warm up my milk and then pour it on cereals…). Back then I didn’t know better…

What are the big charities doing?

I don’t think many people go about their days without, at least once a day, being exposed and “bombarded” by charity work or advertising on tv, newspapers, radio or even on the street. So, how many charities do you know? There are some bigger than others, but almost everyone has heard names like Samaritans, Unicef,…

London through my eyes – Part 2 (Brick Lane)

One of the most unique areas in London is without a doubt the Eastend. The East of London has always been considered one of the poorest in the city, if not the poorest, and was “home” to names like Jack the Ripper. It was there, in Whitechapel, that he brutally killed women. The Eastend is…

Are you thankful?

Humans like to take everything for granted. Why? Because we do. We really do. We know there will be a morning after having slept through the night. We know that the sun will always “rise”, even if it’s heavily cloudy and we can’t see it. We know the moon is up there in the sky…

Should children be taught about food?

Over the last few years we have seen an increase in people becoming more interested in food, with an ever increasing number of cooking and food shows on tv, the number of Instagram accounts that focus on food, recipes and nutrition and also the fact that more and more people have become aware of their…