Blog: Eating at the Jay Morjaria x Clearspring Supper Club
Long Read: Why Feminism Needs Veganism
Organic Japanese food company Clearspring turn 25 this year and are celebrating with a range of events, pop-ups and demos around the UK.
We joined 'plant focused' chef Jay Morjaria for an inspiring evening of Japanese food with a twist, creative dishes made with food from Clearspring, English ingredients and some inspiration from Jay's own Indian heritage.
Do Vegans Really Need a Pride Parade?
As Februdairy comes to a close, we revisit Issue One's long read, a deeper look into the connections between veganism and feminism, the debate around it and why all social movements need to embrace intersectionality.
4 Things That Can Stay In 2017
A Facebook event for 'London's first vegan pride parade' has popped up this week, leading a lot of people in the community to question, do we really need this, and do we have the right to use the term 'Pride'? A hint: we don't.
Editor's blog: A glimpse of a vegan world is bittersweet in Simon Amstell's 'Carnage'
Here we are again, a new year, a new start, a shiny new 2018. When we look forward to a new year unfolding ahead of us, most of us hope for a brighter year, and think about the things we want to leave behind.
In 2067 the world is vegan, and many are recovering from the guilt that still haunts them.
"I used to eat animals."
Simon Amstell's mockumentary is set 50 years from now in a sort of vegan utopia, where the compassionate younger generations are horrified at the bloodbath of animal agriculture of the past.