What Being Vegan Means To Me

To mark World Vegan Day (1st November) and World Vegan month during the whole of November, Sadie Cable and Jack Barber, current co-chairs of the Vegan Network, share what being vegan means for them. JACK’S STORY When did I go vegan?I went vegan in January 2017 after watching Cowspiracy and Forks Over Knives on Netflix….

All In – Your thoughts?

Veganism in the workplace Suffolk County Council are pulling together some resources relating to protected characteristics, including Veganism. These resources will help address workplace issues, such as understanding of Veganism, appropriate language to use and feeling safe and confident to be your true self in the working environment. This is a great opportunity for any…

Lesley’s Guide to an Eco Friendly Period

Let’s talk about periods and the environment! We are all grown up’s here so I know we can have an open and frank discussion about a perfectly natural biological event, that happens to around 50% of the population and the environmental impact that this is having. SCC’s workforce is made up of 70% of people…

Cally’s Egg Free Recipes

After a few months of transitioning from a vegetarian, I went full vegan in August 2016. I’ve found it pretty easy – I like cooking and making things up and trying new things. Below are a couple of egg free recipes that are stereotypically ‘harder’ to make without eggs. The magic ingredient is gram flour…

Sadie’s Veganuary Blog

Following the success of Hannah, Lauren and Jason’s blogs, Veganuary asked us to write about how the network engaged with their Workplace Challenge. This was a huge platform to promote the networks achievements! To read Sadie’s guest blog for them, click here.

Lauren’s Veganuary blog

WEEK ONE So Veganuary… I decided to give it a go!From a young age I always struggled with the association with the meat on my plate to the animals I loved. I toyed with becoming a vegetarian throughout my teen years and would regularly refuse to eat any meat off a bone that my mum…