Ready to roll! Review of Steak, Cattle & Roll, Glasgow

When it comes to burgers, you can’t beat a diner that offers soft and succulent seitan patties. After attending the Vegan Connections Festival this year (you can see my blog post here), I decided I was going to stick around Glasgow for a bit longer to sample all their delightful vegan offerings.

Having just been at The Briggait, I decided to visit American-style diner Steak, Cattle & Roll at Merchant Square, 10 minutes walk in either direction from The Briggait or George Square. Continue reading “Ready to roll! Review of Steak, Cattle & Roll, Glasgow”

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Dairy free and vegan delight: garlic and herb cashew cheese recipe

I’ve spoken freely about my food intolerance and one of the most problematic ones for me is my lactose intolerance. You can’t really have pasta or pizza without cheese, creme brûlée without cream and milk or mushroom soup without cream. I’ve really come to appreciate the different types of cheese you can get in the shops and it’s something I really enjoy adding to my meals.

I wasn’t sure what to replace cheese with as a dairy free/vegan alternative…until I discovered the wonder of vegan cheese through The Buddhist Chef. Now, I’m pleased to say that my first attempt at making vegan cheese has been a success and I’m sharing my altered recipe with you.


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DIY wedding favours: recipe for vegan tablet

Slowly but surely, I’ve been making slight changes to my diet since I made it my New Year’s resolution to be more aware of my food intolerances and to eat healthier. For our wedding, a family friend made her famous tablet (for those of you who aren’t familiar with this Scottish sweet, it’s like fudge, but much softer and melts in your mouth and tastes like heaven). We had vegan and lactose intolerant guests, so I decided to make a vegan batch as well. Continue reading “DIY wedding favours: recipe for vegan tablet”