The Programme’s senior researcher, Dr Brian Cook...suggests that simply increasing the availability of plant-based alternatives could nudge consumers away from meat-based meals. He emphasises the role that supermarkets like Tesco should play in pushing this transition.
"Oxford Vegan and Vegetarian Society (VegSoc) are launching a new 'Two Day A Week Campaign'. This would involve Oxford all colleges serving two hall meals a week completely meatfree."
"The veggie haggis should indeed gain a position as a roasted staple around the British dinner table; cheap, healthy, easy to cook and universally delectable."
Potatoes are a-plenty, but keep an eye out post-halloween for sweet-fleshed pumpkin, all kinds of leafy green veg, beautiful purple beetroots and the unassuming fennel, cabbage and cauliflower.
Creating an aura of exclusivity around a philosophy which can, realistically, only be elevated above the status of a social statement to become genuinely impactful with mass participation, is entirely counter intuitive.
The animal rights group PETA announced a list of the 31 most vegan-friendly universities – and the University of Oxford has made the list....
Lincoln College likes very much to boast about its reputation for the best food in Oxford – something which had me, an unashamedly pretentious...
Two weeks ago, fast-food giant Burger King hit the headlines with the announcement that customers would soon be able to find the ‘Impossible Whopper’...
Is flexible vegetarianism a more sustainable path towards a healthier planet?
The Veggie Pledge scheme encourages Oxford students to reduce their meat intake during November
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