World Vegan Day @ Annalakshmi

Hey everyone

Sorry I haven’t been writing as much as I feel I should, and many thanks to those who have started following VeganAsh despite the lack of activity 🙂 Work’s been very busy as usual so it has been difficult to find the time, but I’m definitely going to be part of the celebration for World Vegan Day on 1 November 2014 at Annalakshmi along with the kind folks at Vegetarian Society (Singapore).

In addition to the 100% vegan Indian buffet spread (seriously, who said Indian food HAS to have ghee or paneer or butter…?), Dr Michael Greger of fame is planning to join us live on Skype to answer participants’ questions that have been sent to him in advance and corporate nutritionist, wellness consultant and holistic health practitioner Carel Lim will be present as well to field your questions. For the uninitiated, is a non-profit charity that provides strictly non-commercial, science based updates on the latest in nutrition research via bite-sized videos. Dr Greger’s year-in-reviews, while much lengthier than his typically short (about 3-5 minutes) videos on a particular nutrition topic, are an excellent introduction to the huge impact that nutrition has on many of the health problems that plague the developed world today.

More details can be found at the Vegetarian Society’s website at If you decide to join me, feel free to drop me an email to let me know and/or say hi at the dinner!

Love, Peace, Vegan xx

  1. even if folks can’t make it for the dinner, do check out Dr Greger. 5 times a week, u get bite sized blogs from him, well produced and research based stuff that vegans and vegan-might-wannabees should know abt

  2. KhimWee said:

    I came across this informative blog when I am researching on healthy food. I like your reviews on various eateries and share your belief that other living beings shall not be subjected to abuse and suffering just to satisfy my food cravings.
    I saw the following article online and find it relevant to share it with you just in case you have not read it.

    • VeganAsh said:

      Hey there, thanks for reading the blog and thanks for the link! I only knew about carmine and seitan.

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