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Israeli food tech company Jet-Eat makes vegan zero waste 3D printed steaks from plants

Written by Abbie Stutzer for LiveKindly.co, click here for the full story Jet-Eat is making vegan steak with 3D modeling technology The Israeli-based company is making vegan meat, specifically steaks, roasts, and stews, with the help of “proprietary meat 3D modeling, food formulations, and printing technology,” FoodIngredientsFirst reported. The animal-free meat has the look, feel, and flavor of other […]

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The Vegan Chef Institute Launches

Vegan cuisine will not have a great impact unless we create great chefs, writes one half of The Vegan Chef Institute, Day Radley: As a newbie vegan chef I expected to dive into a world where my fellow chefs adored their work; creating dishes with love, pushing back the boundaries of cruelty free food… how wrong […]

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JVS seeks new Trustees to join Board

At this incredibly exciting time, having recently completed the creation of the world’s first Jewish, vegan centre at our HQ in NW11, we are inviting applications for new Trustees to join the JVS Board. We are going through a period of substantial change, in particular recognising that veganism is the diet most compatible with Judaism. We need […]

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The Ethical Diamond Company – diamonds that don’t cost the world

‘Are Ethical Diamonds the same or different to diamonds you see on offer by most jewellers?’, we hear you ask. The truth is that they are both the same AND different. Whilst in the recent past, many companies have been promoting diamonds as ‘ethical’ when they are conflict-free, and/or cut and polished by adults working […]

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Orit Ofir speaking in London on 7th October

Special event on 7th October *please note that this is not a JVS event. Tickets available here. Coming all the way from Israel (aka the vegan capital of the world), Orit Ofir (M Sc. R.D) is a Clinical Dietitian and Natural Nutritionist (N.D.). She is a leading advocate in Israel for vegan and plant-based diets, […]

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BBC video asks: Is being vegan better for the environment?

‘An increasing number of people are choosing the plant-based diet and everyone has their own reason for doing it whether it’s for health reasons, to reduce animal cruelty or to protect the environment. But how environmentally-friendly is being a vegan? In this video we explore the impact some of the most popular vegan foods have […]

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New documentary, H.O.P.E. What You Eat Matters, now available to watch worldwide for free

Brand new document ‘H.O.P.E. What You Eat Matters’ has just been released. The trailer can be seen here, downloaded from here, and the full film is available for free on YouTube and on the HOPE The Project website. The film has recently surpassed half a million views and is fast garnering support from the vegan community and beyond, with some […]

Veganism on front cover of Jerusalem Post magazine

A growing number of rabbis, scholars and Jewish leaders are promoting the message that veganism is the new kashrut. (image credit: CHEF CHANA AUERBACH (at Jerusalem’s Natural Choice café) believes knowledge on the benefits of a primarily plant-based diet aligns with the Jewish notion of treating one’s body like a temple. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)) […]

Join us for a community gardening day & lunch on 19th Aug

We are looking for people who are happy to get stuck in for a few hours. Come along anytime from 10.30am and get a first glimpse of our brand new community hub, due to open in September and help us get our garden ready! Our beautiful garden needs a bit of TLC after being a […]

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Update on our new centre

Our eagerly awaited, brand new community hub, the first Jewish, vegan centre in the world is nearly completed. We are looking forward to announcing the date of our thank you tea for donors. Click here to read full updates and see an artist’s impression of the finished space (NB piano not included!). Our new online […]

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