How about 40 days of healthy, environmentally friendly, delicious food?
- Pick a vegan recipe
2. Get cooking (try some fried tofu)
3. Eat out vegan in London – pick a place and enjoy some tasty food!
Join us for a free yummy vegan caribbean buffet on Saturday 20th May – along with other vegan events to #EATPECKHAMVEGAN !
Just sign up to get your free ticket today…
It won’t happen if we don’t raise £1,600, will you chip in £10 and help 3 people try vegan food for free? Donate now…
Could you man a stall, give out flyers, designer posters or promote us on social media? Volunteer now….
Zionly Manna (Peckham Rye Arcade) will host
Call Tom on 07789 322 920 for more information on promoting your business.
Certainly – with more people going vegan in the last 3 years than then last 30!
Young people, probably with more of an open mind and focus on healthy eating and the environment are boosting the numbers of vegans in London.
Its great to see supermarkets catering for vegans more and more beyond the Free From shelf and normalising vegan food. Plant milks are also on the rise. Most supermarkets now have great vegan labelling, do their own vegan range of frozen food and are expanding their range of vegan sandwiches.
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Just crunching the numbers… we got a high representation in SE London in the order of Lewisham, Lambeth and Southwark, – however this is probably just because we have most social reach there. From website searches, we know Kensington & Chelsea is the most popular area searched for. Camden and Hackney are also known for being vegan hot spots, but under represented in the 2016 census.
Find your local vegan society.
Animals are certainly the top driver for people going vegan, but we believe health and the environment are certainly on the rise.
It’s good to see that most feel supported, although there was a lot of people who felt both supporter and then often discouraged or labelled as a fad.
If you don’t feel supported, you can meet loads of vegans at one of London’s vegan events.
Perhaps they are more disposed to being caring and thinking of others – its the same reason why more women give to charity than men.
Meat eating in many peoples minds is (currently!) linked to masculinity, and there is more social pressure for men to eat meat.
How can we change this?
Well done to those who were vegan for more than ten years! We also had a few people who are second generation vegan 🙂
Can you helpus spread the word in October and November 2017?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know how you can spread the word.
We need bloggers, vloggers and anyone who knows how to tweet post and share. Is that you?
Every year we’ll be doing a vegan census to answer…
Vegan in London? Stand up and be counted to help us record the rise of veganism in London…
Every November we’ll be doing a vegan census to answer…
Peckham is full of vegan delights! Scroll down for events, best places to eat out and how to get involved. Tell us your vegan finds on Peckham Vegan Facebook group or tweet us a picture @Peckhamvegans.
Join the Peckham Vegans at 12pm on Saturday 25th February 2017 at Caribbean restaurant Zionly Manna (48 Rye Lane Market), where vegan chef Jahson will be cooking us a mouthwatering lunch.
RSVP via the Facebook Event.
Get your tickets for free vegan food here.
Help fund it – we need to raise £1,600, will you chip in £10 and help 3 people try vegan food for free? Donate now!
Watch this video for the low down…
Take a look at this map…
Zionly Manna – delicious carribean food run by Jahson, who is so passionate about healthy food at affordable prices. Its also the meet up spot for Peckham Vegans.
Persopolis: Sally Butcher (lol) and her husband The Shopkeeper have been sharing selection of spices/food, run by Sally Butcher and author of Veggiestan: A Vegetable Lover’s Tour of the Middle East
Banh Banh – delicious Vietnamese vegan food – spring rolls and stir frys. So fresh and healthy, its a favourite of ours.
Ganapati: south Indian vegan food
Puzzle Organico: Rye Lane . Renato sells vegan chocolate cake, smoothies and organic vegetable
Holland and Barrett – great range of vegan mock meats
Khans bargain store – great for spices and dates
Fruit and veg – Peckham is awash with fruit and veg markets
We need to raise £150 to buy a video camera, a tripod and a microphone. This will enable us to make a youtube video series on…
Will you chip in a tenner to help us tell the vegan story?
Here is a round up video of the the Vesgtfest 2016 weekend
How will you promote meat free living to your friends and family this May?
The Vegetarian Society have teamed up with Tesco to promote National Veggie Week 16th – 22nd May.
They are giving grants to people (I got £50!) who are promoting veggie food and you can download posters and resources.
Like last year…
I’ll be promoting National Veggie week at work, click the image above to find out how you can do the same!
Friends of the Earth are promoting Meat Free May – check out their recipes and resources.
London Vegan Mums enjoyed a free tasting session courtesy of vegan food makers More Than Meat this month.
Mums and babies munched on delicious Lorne sausages, indulgent sausage rolls, meaty meat-free burgers and spicy jerk burgers at the event hosted by Aneto Cafe and The Flying Pig pub in East Dulwich.
More Than Meat’s chef Stefano and founder Barry Honeycombe joined the group to share their creations, all of which are high in plant protein, low in salt and have zero cholesterol.
The London Vegan Mums group has been going since the new year and now holds monthly lunches for vegan parents and children.
Find out more about London Vegan Mums