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the END of Vegman???

February 09, 2018 in Behind the scenes by mirco1606 | visit mirco1606's blog

Hey guys, We have been getting quite a few requests for a bit of “behind the scenes” information.And we shall deliver! The idea for Vegman came to the vegan founder of yoozoo when he had to travel a lot and got tired of bei... read more


Vegman App v3.0

January 30, 2018 in Behind the scenes by Jenny | visit Jenny's blog

Lovely Community, We have news for you!You know how it's really annoying that you cannot log into our app and bookmark your favourite locations?Ever been to a restaurant that you discovered through Vegman, and then got frustrated that y... read more


PETA Progress Award 2015

January 05, 2016 in Behind the scenes by Jenny | visit Jenny's blog

Hi Veg-Community! Once again we have good news!Guess who won the Progress Award 2015 for the most animal-friendly app? That's right, we did!Here's a loose translation of what had to say about the Vegman app: "Vegman: mo... read more

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Lettuce Ladies? Lost cause.

April 29, 2014 in Activism by BecSanderson | visit BecSanderson's blog

Have you met the Lettuce Ladies? They’re sexy, they’re veggie, they wear lettuce... Yes. Only lettuce. Last week, I had the displeasure of an introduction and I have since entered a serious rabbit hole. This adventure started... read more


My husband lost weight...

April 16, 2014 in Health by Carrie | visit Carrie's blog

...and the in-laws blame me for not feeding him properly! Certain people are endowed with ultra-charged metabolism rates. They can wolf down unending servings of calorie-laden meals, without seemingly making a dent in their hunger or an... read more


Meat as a status symbol

January 28, 2014 in Lifestyle by Carrie | visit Carrie's blog

Schoolchildren scamper over shards of glass and tangles of fallen cables on their walk home for lunch. They enter ramshackle homes and sit down in front of a chipped plate loaded with a mound of white rice, a sliver of grated cabbage and... read more


Becoming a veg: Not as hard...

January 08, 2014 in Lifestyle by Nina R. | visit Nina R.'s blog

Honestly I don’t think I had a hard time becoming a veggie. However, for many people it seems like an impossible task. I became veg cold turkey (pun intended) and it wasn’t nearly as hard as I thought it would be. Here's why:... read more


First week in Thailand

December 30, 2013 in Travel by Nina R. | visit Nina R.'s blog

As an expat in Thailand I know how to make sure my food is meat free and what dishes to avoid. However, it wasn't always this way. In my first few weeks living here I received meat on my plate multiple times! Sometimes it was a matter of... read more


Veggies on a plane

December 17, 2013 in Travel by Nina R. | visit Nina R.'s blog

After planning for months, my friend Jessi and I were on a plane to Europe! We were about to spend 35 days touring 9 countries, a wicked trip that we had been looking forward to nearly one year after graduating university. Right before t... read more


VegBrain: why vegetarians a...

November 19, 2013 in Lifestyle by BecSanderson | visit BecSanderson's blog

There is a pernicious, yet widespread, belief that vegan and vegetarian people are so distracted by their concern for fluffy chickens and defenceless lambs, that they overlook the ‘more important issues’ in life, like human s... read more