Author: Isabelle Thul

beyond meat

Can Cultured Meat End Our Meat Culture?

“The distinguishing mark of man is the hand, the instrument with which he does all his mischief” – George Orwell, Animal Farm By 2017 it is arguably no longer man’s hand which does the mischief but rather his brain. The average citizen no longer engages with agriculture beyond seeing the […]


Reasons to go Vegan: Environment

Because: Environment Running out of answers to the question “but, why vegan”? The environmental argument is just as valid and poignant as any. With so many individuals enraged by the news of Donald Trump opting out of the Paris climate change agreement, perhaps it is time to enlighten them on […]


What’s the deal with ‘Organic’?

Being a vegan, you are probably well acquainted with the likes of wholefood shops, farmer’s markets or even shops specifying in organic produce. Having opted for a plant-based diet and lifestyle for moral reasons, I feel obliged to continue to question and inform myself on what I consume and what […]


Vegan Cities: The Munich Guide

As a vegan traveller, your most obvious destination in Germany may seem to be Berlin, however, I would like to introduce you to Berlin’s southern alternative, Munich. Though Munich may raise associations such as Weißwurst, Schnitzel or other meaty dishes, it has become one of the most vegan-friendly cities I […]