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So, I was innocently carousing the internet for vegan egg nog when I came across this gem of a human. If you’re afraid of fruits and vegetables, please… try this green smoothie. Really, it’s green. Personally, I like the color.

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These are two of the most beautiful pairs of shoes I have ever laid my eyes upon… and you know why they came out so Godly-gorgeous? They were sourced at a factory with ETHICAL standards and practices, meaning no child labor, or exploitative labor, and no animal ingredients! Bourgeois Boheme is based in Richmond but easily accessible to a Londoner from their amazing website! Please… stop for a moment and think about how your clothing choices are affecting the planet! Are they made with animal products, such as skin, fur, or bone? Who profits from what you buy at your favorite company– a big-wig in a leather chair, an organization, or better yet– people with a vision? Let’s see what London has in store for ethical designs…

Here is a list of clothing I have compiled specifically for vegan, ethical, organic and fairtrade-loving fashionistas! Go nuts. Or pecans.

Bamboo Clothing

Bochicha

Eco-Boudoir

Equa Clothing

Fashion-Conscience

Feral International

Ganesha

GoodOne

Jane Goldsmith

My Greener Family

Pardess

People Tree

Rococo

Think!

Yew Clothing

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“Producing 1 hamburger patty uses enough fuel to drive 20 miles; and animal agriculture pollutes more water than all other industrial sources combined.”

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“Contrary to popular belief, dairy products are not the best source of calcium as they cause calcium losses at the same time as providing calcium.”

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“Plants yield 10 times more protein per acre than meat.”

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“-Cost to render an animal unconscious prior to slaughter with captive bolt pistol so that process is done humanely: 1 penny
-Reason given by meat industry for not utilizing captive bolt pistol: Too expensive”

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“With most minorities being lactose-intolerant, many experts say they’re puzzled by the federal government’s recommendations on dairy consumption”

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And my personal favorite…

“Where do the COWS get calcium for their big bones? Yes… from plants!”

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Greetings! I have found the absolute best way to get some vegan ideas and meet other likeminded individuals with a love for vegetables! This is the London Meetup Group. In case you haven’t heard, a Meetup Group can be organized around any subject in any city and this group is dedicated to being vegan in London.

Click for the London Vegan Meetup Group!

I have joined this group as of recently and hope that all others will follow — vegetarians and foodies alike! Maybe you can suggest a meeting and make it happen!

If anyone joined, I would like to hear about it!

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Being vegan anywhere can be difficult, so I will try to make it easy to be vegan in the city– London in particular. I will post all my ventures from the best shops here in London (that means North, South, East and West, kids) to restaurants and general experiences in the supermarket, like searching for vegan marshmallows with my vegan shoes on!

First and foremost, I would like to recommend http://www.veganlondon.co.uk to you as the best introduction on being a veggie-head in London. The “factsheets” are helpful in telling you where to get your B12 and other obscure minerals in your diet.

And what about http://vegcom.org ? If you’re moving within London or are planning to come, this is an accommodation / flat sharing website that allows you to search for like-minded individuals. Vegcom.org breeds community.

By the way… what is your single favorite vegetarian dish?

-Shannon

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