The finalists for Best Vegan Cakes / Desserts 2018 are : Hannah Banana Bakery, Tea Time Collective, Blanche Bakery, Missys Vegan Cupcakes, Captain Cakeman, Naked Bakery, Debs Pantry, A Kind Mama and The Very Friendly Cupcake Company.
Best Vegan Cakes / Desserts
Voting closes on 1st July 2018. Good luck to all our finalists. To vote for other categories ( Vegan Awards 2018 ).
Today was one of the biggest days to be remembered in British history for the royals, today is the day when Prince Harry married Meghan Markle. After months and months of speculation of what designer would be used for Meghan’s wedding dress it was highly rumored that Stella McCartney would be the designer, however Meghan stepped out in a Givenchy dress. But later on Meghan stepped out in another dress for their evening reception and amazingly enough the stunning halter neck dress was by the sustainable designer Stella McCartney. This designer seemed like a natural choice for the ethically minded Meghan.
According to many rumours Meghan is trying very hard to become vegan and eats 100% vegan during week days, Meghan has also been known for wearing alot of ethical and vegan clothing. Stella McCartney is the daughter of one of the lead singer of most famous bands of all time the Beatles Sir Paul McCartney, Paul and Stella are also heavily promoting meat free monday encouraging people to cut down on their meat eating habits hoping that little by little they will be encouraged to change to a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle.
Meghan was not the only person who had stepped out in the fabulous Stella McCartney fashion line today. It seemed like Stella McCartney must have had a very busy schedule for styling the royal wedding. The fabulous Oprah Winfrey wore a pink blush dress to the ceremony, as well as Amal Clooney the wife of George Clooney stepped out in bright yellow number.
Only within the last day or so, all the primary schools within the Scottish capital have welcomed the Meat Free Mondays. Meat Free Mondays was launched by Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney in 2009, the idea around it was to work with the public and private entities to help constituents cut back on their meat consumption and discover the other vegan options that may be available.
Edinburgh will be the first city in Scotland to take on the campaign. All primary schools will eliminate meat from the menus, offering a more ethical, healthier and eco friendly option, the menu will consist of vegetable curry with steamed rice and Quorn dogs. This menu swap will occur on an ongoing basis.
Children, Education and Families Convener, Councillor Ian Perry, told Edinburgh News, “Encouraging healthy eating is extremely important so it’s fantastic that our primary pupils are being introduced to the benefits of eating less meat at a young age.” Perry continued, “By participating in Meat Free Monday schools are also raising awareness of the environmental impact of livestock production, as well as the poor standards in which some animals are farmed.”