Vegan. Plant based. Ethical eating. It seems these words are becoming increasingly popular in today’s society when it comes to food. More than ever, people are beginning to question how their food choices impact the environment and the lives of those with whom we share the earth.
“So you’re a vegan, huh? Where do you get your protein?” The one question vegans get tired of hearing, having heard it over and over from concerned family and friends.
I f you are what you eat then could it be argued that you are what you wear? Many will say that the clothes don’t make the man but in some cases, how one chooses to consciously present themselves to the world can make a profound statement about their personal beliefs. The idea of