vegetarianism

food news

Massive BBQ Planned Next to Home of Vegan Who Sued Neighbors Over Meat Smells

More than 4,000 people have responded to the Facebook event saying that they'll be attending, and another 10,000+ say that they're interested.
Jelisa Castrodale
9.5.19
veganism

Burger King Is Launching a Vegetarian Whopper, and It Actually Might Rule

Available in selected US stores this week, the new menu item features a "bleeding" Impossible Burger patty.
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
4.3.19
vegetarianism

How Linda McCartney's Legacy Lives on in the Modern Vegan Movement

As veganism grows increasingly mainstream, we speak to Mary McCartney about continuing her mother’s pioneering meat-free brand.
Phoebe Hurst
1.9.19
Burgers

Why Even Vegans Crave Burgers That 'Bleed'

From Iceland's No Bull quarter pounders to the Impossible Burger that "bleeds," the new wave of meat substitute burgers is surprisingly carnivorous.
Lara Williams
11.15.18
japan

Veganism Is Growing in Japan, But Followers Say It Isn't Always Easy

How do you create a vegan movement in a country raised on broth made from pork bones?
Rachel Krantz
3.27.18
veganism

The Complexities of Being Black, British, and Vegan

It can be hard to reconcile the fact that eating meat is such a big part of my culture—and to find my place in a traditionally white movement.
Wedaeli Chibelushi
3.22.18
environment

Vegans Upset with Gelatine-Based Label Designed to Reduce Food Waste

“This makes as much sense as Sellotaping a piece of raw meat to the top of the package."
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
3.20.18
Vegan

Inside London’s First Vegan Pub

The alcohol, food, and decor—including fake leather bar stools—at The Spread Eagle are entirely animal-free.
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
1.19.18
Restaurants

People Are Really Mad at This Restaurant for Hanging a Dead Cow from Its Ceiling

“You think this is acceptable??? A real dead cow hanging from the ceiling?”
Phoebe Hurst
9.27.17
meat

Writing a Book About Pork Made Me Go Vegan

Cambridge University archaeologist Pía Spry-Marqués' new book explores the "love-hate" relationship between humans and pigs. In writing it, she was forced to confront her own eating habits.
Daisy Meager
7.11.17
Science

Archeologists Say We Can Blame the Patriarchy on Meat

A new study found that men started to dominate once they increased the meat in their diets, while women ate mostly grains.
Mitchell Sunderland
5.13.17
vegetarianism

We Offered Chicken to People Queuing for the New Veggie Pret

For a laugh!
Annie Lord
4.4.17
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