The food induced comas from Christmas Day are now long behind us and many people are looking to make a
It’s that time of year again as thousands of Brits step up to the plate and embark on a cleaner,
If you’ve been on social media at all over the past month (and if you haven’t, what’s your secret?) you’ll no doubt be well-acquainted with the popular #veganuary trend.
Veganuary may be popular but this year there’s a new food-fad in town: Organuary. It’s a movement with the aim of reducing waste and rediscovering a long-lost component of our diets, offal.
People have swapped their beef tacos for tofu, nuts and legumes as ever-changing palates have taken on Veganuary.
Thinking about giving Veganuary a go? A New Year’s resolution heading into the next decade? MM have a guide to where to eat in town and some health advice to start the new new decade on the right note…
What was once a far-fetched absurdity reserved only for the most extreme has now become so normal that four in ten people in the UK admit to regularly choosing meat-free alternatives in a bid to cut down their meat consumption.
Almost £30,000 was raised for adverts to blitz the London Underground with illustrations of Eric the chick, signposted with the hashtag ‘Save Little Eric’, condoning the slaughtering of male chicks at one day old.