Hola! It feels good to be back! I've started a blog called Mind the Vegan some time ago now, as some kind of joke re the mind the gap quote I would hear all the time in the tube during my London days.
I quickly noticed that this started to raise a lot of queries around me and I was shocked by the lack of information (and a bit of fanaticism!) there was around these subjects. I believe you don’t have to go 100% vegan or vegetarian to discover new tastes and learn new ways of cooking. I strongly believe that each of us can do what we believe is best and works for us: perfect is the enemy of good.
I’ve created this site to share tips and vegan recipes I’ve learned which I prepare daily at home without being a professional cook. I’m also not a doctor nor a nutritionist – I strongly recommend you see one if you plan to change your diet. Any diet (omnivore or vegetarian) needs to be well planned to be healthy.
So you signed up to Veganuary - now what?! 😱 You have no clue what to buy in the supermarket or where to grab your lunch next Wednesday.
One of the main fears of beginning to eat vegan is to think of aaaaaaaaall the food that you love and will be missing.
A recurring new year resolution for me is to run more...even though I once run 5k which is pretty lame in the runners' world but still good enough to start; my aim is to be able to run 10k this year.