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The good, the bad and the vegan

There’s a global push for people to become vegans, or at least eat less meat, to reduce their carbon footprint

10 Vegan-friendly spots to dine

So you don’t eat anything that has a face? Don’t worry, there are plenty of options available for herbivores these days in the Mother City

The vegan tourist

Tours and experiences designed specifically for the ethical and food-specific requirements of the vegan are starting to become a popular trend

Sadly, vegans can’t save Earth

Reducing the carbon footprint of farming will take more than some individual action

Vegan trends put pressure on mainstream marketplace

There is little data on veganism in SA, but Woolworths says its decision to offer these products has to do with 'a shift in customers’ habits

Nobody listens to vegans

Brent Meersman ponders whether veganism and being a food writer can go together.

Up to the vegan challenge?

Cape Town Vegan Challenge is an invitation to try veganism for a month and several restaurants have taken up the gauntlet, writes Brent Meersman.

A fresh look at vegan food

You won’t find a vestige of egg, a piece of cheese or a drop of milk or honey at the Greenside Café.

Live flesh for vegans

Are you a man who cares about animals but thinks it is fine to treat women like one? Then Caso Diablo, the world's first vegan strip club, is for you.

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