If you’re coming to London, and you’re interested in trying out some culinary vegan masterpieces, then I’ve got you sorted. I don’t think people believe me when I tell them that with most of the vegan food that I’ve eaten, if you didn’t tell someone that they were eating vegan, they’d never know that there wasn’t meat or dairy in what they were eating. These places, some of which I’ve now been to more than once, are to die for and I cannot recommend them more highly. Farmacy This place took my veganism virginity. If I needed to be convinced that vegan restaurants were 100% better than regular restaurants, then this place sealed the deal. Their Moto is ‘Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food’. Not only is their decor soooo pleasing and vibrant but the atmosphere is so chilled and comfortable, which I find isn’t often…

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One of the wonders of living in a city is the food options. I love buying my own groceries, hand picking my ingredients and discovering new recipes that I can experiment with. But university gets very busy and I cannot tell you how grateful I am for home delivery services. I discovered a website (and there are a fair few of them; Gousto, Hello Fresh) that deliver to your doorstep all of the ingredients you need to make a particular recipe, along with the recipe how-to inside. They come in the exact portions you’ll need to put the meal together and none of the ones I’ve tried took more than half an hour to make. Oh and did I mention I found one that has vegan options? of course! This portion makes enough for 2 people but obviously just double the ingredients to feed more mouths. Let me know if…

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Do you remember your first crush? That anxious feeling when you saw that cutey that made your young heart melt? ¬†Little did you know that you’d reached the age where, boy oh boy, boys and girls would never be just friends again. Did you ever write him or her little notes and doodle their name in your journal, slamming it shut when your mum would walk into the room? No? Just me? Did you ever get that tumbling feeling when you finally told them how you felt? It usually went one of two ways, they either rejected you because they just didn’t see you that way, or they told you they liked you back which was the best day of your life and you’d walk around hand in hand in the primary school courtyard. I remember my first crush so well. I must have been around 10. He was smart…

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