Go Vegan, Advice and Support
MVL stands for More Vegan Life because we are all on our own unique journeys through life, exploring and advancing in different areas, at different paces.
It’s all cool.
A More Vegan Life could be 100% vegan, 90% vegan, vegan in your kitchen (free range when you’re out), vegan before 6pm, vegan 5 days a week… you get the idea.
A More Vegan Life, wherever you are at on that scale, means more health for you and less suffering in the world. Result.
Many people are daunted by the idea of going 100% vegan right away. The best way to start is to just start! You’re probably already eating vegan meals anyway… fruit salad for breakfast, jacket potato with beans (just switch to olive oil and vegan cheese)… Try more vegan food, do more conscious shopping and find your own groove.
Don’t beat yourself up. Take your journey at your pace and make your own mind up about what you want to eat.
It’s about a More Vegan Life.
Just get started and as you get more and more into it, you will find out all sorts of new things to fascinate and gross out your non-vegan friends!
Like, did you know most vanilla flavorings are actually made from the secretion of a beavers butt? Or, did you know Gummy Bears contain the boiled skin, tendons, ligaments and bones of cows and pigs?
Take Your Taste Buds on an Adventure
From traditional recipes that have always been vegan (like many traditional Indian meals), to surprisingly simple vegan alternatives and easy cheats, start veganising your favorite dishes and explore new cuisines.
It’s time to get creative in the kitchen!
Vegan food is our passion… a love of good food, gustatory imagination, culinary creations and experimenting in the kitchen.
Try some of our yummy vegan food. Check out all our recipes on the BLOG.
It’s EASY to Go Vegan in Today’s Vegan Friendly Societies
Many products are now labelled as Vegan. And a surprising number of supermarkets keep an extensive list of their guaranteed ‘vegan’ foods.
Be Aware of the Hidden Ingredients. If you are checking the ingredients on the labels, be aware that non-vegan additions can come in some unlikely sources… Additives, Colourants, Preservatives, Processes, E Numbers, etc. Here is a good list on the Vegan Society’s website.
Be Aware that many Beers and Wines are NOT Vegan. Barnivore is a great site when you are out and about, to check on the vegan status of your alcoholic beverages: www.barnivore.com