Tag: Vegan Scotland

Adventures in North Berwick

Just a half-hour train ride from Edinburgh lies a wee seaside village. From walking along the beaches to search for sea glass to hiking The Law or the John Muir Way to shopping at the unique boutique shops, there is something for everyone. Surprisingly, the vegan foodie scene is alive and well there, too. I

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Raw & Reggae Supper Club at Beetroot Sauvage

Having just moved to Edinburgh, I was looking for a hip vegan restaurant to quell my foodie soul. And I found it at Beetroot Sauvage. Having just opened its doors this past summer, this restaurant + yoga studio + events space is doing its best to nourish the community “from soil to soul.” When I

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Life Lately: Our First Weeks in Edinburgh

Well, I’m here. We did it. I am officially a resident of Edinburgh, Scotland. As are my husband and two cats, Marcellus Wallace and Kiara Mala. The four of us are easing into a somewhat normal routine after putting nearly everything we own into storage (AKA various generous family member’s basements). Though, we haven’t actually

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A Weekend in Inverness

Our weekend in the Scottish Highlands: Inverness, Loch Ness, Glen Affric, and Aviemore. Our first week in Scotland has been a total blur. But we’re here, alive, and well — though a bit disoriented and jet lagged. The cats, however, seem to be adjusting quite nicely to their new home. I’m already back to work,

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The Ultimate Vegan Guide: Edinburgh

Edinburgh is unofficially the vegan capital of Scotland. “Over the last decade, the number of vegans in the UK has increased by more than 350 per cent,” according to The Scotsman. So you can imagine my excitement when I found out I was moving to Edinburgh. So for myself and for those of you visiting

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