How has it taken me a year to post a falafel recipe? This vegetarian staple has taken over recently, with veggies and meat-eaters alike digging in to the middle-eastern speciality at a frightening rate. Who can blame them? A falafel wrap with crunchy salad, spicy sauce and a whole number of possible twists is a beautiful thing. It’s my go to takeaway, but these home made falafels are incredibly simple and super delicious. Also, as they’re baked in the oven, they’re a lot healthier than their deep-fried cousins.
When I first went Vegetarian I didn’t want to cause any stress for my family at Christmas time, so I made a deal with my mum: If we have a Veggie Christmas, I’ll cook the whole thing and you can put your feet up. Continue reading “5 Top Tips For The Best Vegetarian Christmas Dinner”
27 years young, The Gate’s still got it.
Number 1 might shock you… I’ve been asked loads recently to do a top tips post from people who want to give vegetarianism a try. Here are my Top 5.
I am so excited to be publishing my very first guest post! It comes from West End actor and converted Veggie LAD, Stewart Clarke. He’s been on a mission to go plant-powered. As a man who has, thus far, made a living from playing parts which involve him whipping out his torso, you can trust that Stewart is proof that going veggie/vegan doesn’t compromise performance in the gym. Here, he sets up a show-down of epic proportions. Who will win? Beef or Black Beans?
Welcome Veggie Lads and Lasses to the launch of veggieLad.com! A brand new website and blog for all things veggie. Join me for all the latest veggie news, recipes, restaurant reviews and guides you could wish for. Visit the About Me page to read my story and see how I went from the guy who wanted to raise and eat his own pig, to vegetarian blogger. Continue reading “Losing My VEGinity”