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KLBD launched free veggie vegan cookbook

We are really excited to share KLBD’s veg cookbook: ‘The recipes have all be given to us by our certified companies for you and your communities to enjoy. Please pass it to anyone else who you think would enjoy using it. All recipes are marked as vegetarian or vegan and in some cases also gluten […]


Your perfect plant-based Passover / Pesach

We have gathered all the best plant-based Pesach (Passover) resources to make things nice and easy: Wondering how to veganise your Seder plate? Click here Keen to use a vegan Haggadah? Download and print Jewish Veg’s one for free Looking for recipes? Try these Looking for baking recipes? Try these  

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Veganise your seder plate

‘Pesach actually turned me vegan’, writes Kohenet Yael Tischler… Four years ago I decided to be vegan for the duration of Pesach. My thought process was this: Pesach is about liberation/oppression. We embody that through our food choices (no leavened bread for a whole eight days!). So, it made sense to be vegan for the […]

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An egg-free Pesach – Jewish Chronicle

Increasing numbers of people are on the hunt for alternatives to eggs over Pesach, writes our Director Lara in the Jewish Chronicle. Whether you are steering clear because of an allergy, intolerance or ethics (mass cruelty is endemic in modern production), here are my top tips for a delicious and hassle-free, egg-free Pesach: Seder solution: […]


Ori Shavit to teach live cookalong on 17 March, book your free ticket

Our brand new Come Cook with Us series launched last week with a fantastic crowd. This new project invites you to connect with Jewish ethical eaters in England and the US as we partner with Jewish Veg and Shamayim to bring our communities together. The live cook along returns on 17th March on Zoom at […]

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Purim and veganism, by Richard Schwartz

The joyous festival of Purim shares many connections with veganism. According to the Talmud (Megilla 13a), Queen Esther, the heroine of the Purim story, was a vegetarian while she lived in the palace of King Achashverosh. She was thus able to avoid violating the kosher dietary laws while keeping her Jewish identity secret. During Purim […]


Original and creative range of feelgood plant-based dips launches with lockdown offer

Do Goodly Dips, a new maker of healthy, plant-based foods, has launched its debut range of dips with a lockdown offer that will raise funds for mental health charity Mind. The products are available directly from the company’s website, The Carmarthenshire-based company is on a mission to create great tasting food that has a positive […]


‘Is food security an issue for vegetarians and vegans?’ Video from the All Party Parliamentary Group on Vegetarianism and Veganism

In December last year the All Party Parliamentary Group on Vegetarianism and Veganism held a meeting on the topic: ‘Is food security an issue for vegetarians and vegans?’ You can view the video from that event here. How can you help to address the issues raised in the meeting? Support The Vegetarian Society’s food box project. Donate […]


New children’s book: Speaking truthfully to children about food choices

What would the world look like if we spoke truthfully to children about food choices?  Mothers and authors, Erika and Keziah, who are raising their children on a plant-based diet have written a book called “Livi and the story of the sausage roll.” “Livi and the story of the sausage roll,” follows a girl named Livi […]


In Spain, vegan meat is gaining a presence in supermarkets

Vegan meat is rising in popularity across Spain for a number of reasons, including environmental concerns regarding animal protein, writes Audrey Enjoli for Live Kindly: ‘In Spain, vegan meat is growing in both presence and popularity. There are a few reasons for this, including meat shortages amid the pandemic. According to market research firm IRI, […]

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