Join Vegan Lass at the following vegan events.

Hen Of The Woods - Alt. Burn's Supper
6:00 pm18:00

Hen Of The Woods - Alt. Burn's Supper

😍 Totally stoked to be involved in this deliciousness!! 😍

This Burn's Night, Hen Of The Woods will be serving up these vegan takes on traditional Scottish dishes:

jerusalem artichoke cock-a-leekie, wild rice, prunes

black lentil haggis, smoked garlic mash, turnip purée, parsnip crisps, pickled berries, port askaig 100 proof & tarragon sauce

tofu & pistachio cranachan, coconut cream, vanilla & raspberry purée

All served with accompanying drams; just £25 a head.

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Vegan Connections Christmas Popup
7:00 pm19:00

Vegan Connections Christmas Popup

Have a Christmas dinner on me this year at my festive popup! To celebrate the second edition of my Christmas cookbook, New Traditions, Vegan Connections and I have teamed up to bring a night of festive eating to Glasgow's Project Café. I'll be cooking my favourite festive recipes, some from the cookbook, and there'll also be a raffle in aid of a great cause, Glasgow Night Shelter. 3 courses, £20/25 (earlybird/normal); more information here.

VegFest Scotland
11:00 am11:00

VegFest Scotland

At this year's VegFest join myself, Craig Tannock, Michael Jenkins, and Martin Stepek for a panel discussion on the potential for a Scottish Vegan Trade Body.

Find out more on the VegFest website.

VegFest Scotland
Dec 7

VegFest Scotland

I'm thrilled to announce that on December 5th I'll be speaking at Glasgow Vegfest.

My speech title: "How Not To Promote Veganism."

Becoming and being vegan are thoughtful acts; by doing them we commit to living thoughtfully. But do we do enough to be thoughtful in our advocacy? How can we ensure that our intention to live thoughtfully is really borne out in what we promote? In this speech I explore how certain types of advocacy are not in fact consistent with thoughtfulness and can actually harm our cause. By highlighting the problems with common advocacy methods - from naked advertising to violent campaigning - I suggest a considered, an inclusive, and, most importantly, an effective approach to vegan advocacy.

For more information or to get tickets (they're BOGOF at the moment!) check the Vegfest website.