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Here’s an enjoyable excerpt from The Concise Vegan Dictionary (see link in sidebar) 😀
I’m working on the Cs now and was delighted to find that the first word which needed redefining was Cake:
Oxford Dictionary definition: Mixture of flour, butter, eggs, sugar etc. baked in the oven.
Our definition: There is absolutely no need of eggs and butter when making a cake. There are so many delicious vegan, and even raw vegan, cake recipes – some very sophisticated and complicated and some, my favourites, needing nothing more than flour, sugar (or other natural sweetener such as agave), vegetable oil and water. And I do not exaggerate when I say that they taste better than any cake I tasted in my pre-vegan days. But you don’t need to take my word for it, look at oatielover’s chocolate cake and Lisa’s vanilla layer cake or any of the thousands of vegan cake recipes out there – there’s something for everyone. All this typing’s…
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We’re very excited to tell you that we’ve just opened our new bookshop, right here at Violet’s Vegan Comics! 😀
We do have quite a lot of titles now you know 😉
So, if you’re in need of some new bedtime stories, or you’ve got some adventure-loving kids who are partial to exciting comics and stories, or maybe they’d prefer a colouring book, or a notebook, or someone’s birthday’s coming up, you don’t have to go to Amazon, you can get them right here at Violet’s Vegan Self-Service Bookshop 🙂 “What d’you mean, self-service?” I hear you ask.
Well, our bookshop is a little old fashioned for a web shop, in that nothing’s automated. There’s no basket and no one’s going to add up your total for you, you’ve got to do it yourself. It’s what you might call a minimalist shop. No added extras, just a load of book images with prices on, a contact form, and a paypal button at the bottom 😀
You’ll see when you get there, it’s all explained and very straightforward, but basically you just choose which books you want, add up the total in your head, add £2.50 shipping to your total and pay the Grand Total through Paypal after telling us what you want using the contact form. Simple.
The other thing that makes our shop rather old fashioned is that there’s no NEXT DAY DELIVERY. In fact there’s unlikely to be a next week delivery. Remember the days when you were told to allow 28 days for delivery? That was normal right? That was to be expected. Well, when you remember that you’ll be pleased to learn that when you order books from us they’ll probably be with you in a couple of weeks 🙂
They’re printed on demand you see, in America. So if you’re ordering from America they might be with you the same week. It just depends how far they’ve got to travel. We’ve found that our orders reach us in the UK in about two weeks. Yes, in fact, every order we’ve placed has been with us two weeks later. I don’t know how long they’ll take to other countries, but hopefully we’ll find out soon 🙂
So you’ve got to wait a bit longer than you’re used to. But so what? What’s your rush? These books are worth waiting for 😀
And the up-side? Well, the up-side is that you can order them from anywhere in the world. You can only get them from Amazon if you’re in America or Europe but we’re happy to send them anywhere 😀
So, next time you’re looking for vegan children’s books, give our selection a browse – there’s something for everyone 🙂
HART’s inaugural vegan potluck event on Hornby Island was a roaring success – not surprising when you look at the feast that all the attendees put together 😀
Everybody kindly wrote a list of ingredients to put with their contribution so that food intolerances could be avoided, although it was all vegan of course 🙂
There were thirty attendees including a couple of holiday makers from off the island and, well, if you take a look over here you get the whole story from the person who put it all together: Sarat Colling, founder of Hornby Animal Rights Team.
The same event also played host to HART’s first pop-up library and we’re thrilled to see some of our books among the collection. Some of the attendees became library members and the first books were loaned. Anyone who is within reach of Hornby Island, BC, will be delighted to learn that more pop-ups are planned and will be publicised via the website – so subscribe if you don’t want to miss it.
If you don’t want to wait for the next pop-up to join the library, you don’t have to. If you’re a local, you can check out the list of books for loan and then email firstname.lastname@example.org with the title(s) you wish to borrow and your contact information. They will arrange a time to leave the books for pick up in HART’s box at the Co-op Free Post.
Such a great idea 🙂 I hope lots of people will be inspired to do it in their area so that we’ll all be in reach of one 😀