• If you want a plant-based alternative to soya mince, chopping mushrooms finely and cooking them in the same way you would usually cook the soya mince is a great alternative.
  • If you can’t get into soy wax candles, then a diffuser is a great alternative – they have cheap ones on
  • If you’re bummed out that your favourite skincare/body products aren’t cruelty-free, experiment and make your own! YouTube has loads of how to’s, and you can buy the ingredients you’ll need in bulk for cheap on Amazon (again).
  • If you have a super busy life, or you just can’t be bothered sometimes, buy frozen everything; frozen fruit, veggies, garlic, coriander, bean burgers, etc. People that are against frozen food, are energy vampires anyway.
  • To feel super ethical and boojie, check out charity shops; reusing someone’s unwanted clothes is the chicest form of recycling.

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  • On the subject of recycling, direct recycling is a great way to breathe new life into things. For example, reusing old sauce jars to store lentils or goji berries, or whatever.
  • Take vegan groups that don’t support new vegans with a pinch of salt. In fact, un-join then. *Everyone is on a journey*
  • Coconut oil is great for hair, but if you have finer hair and it tends to leave it greasy – it does for me – then try a lighter oil, like almond for hot oil treatments.
  • Always carry caramelised onion vegan cheese by Sainsbury’s to eat, to share, and to love.

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