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Mansi Vithlani

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Mansi Vithlani is a journalism student at City, University of London. A vegetarian her whole life and a massive foodie, she enjoys discovering more about veganism and eating vegan cuisine! She enjoys investigating social media based stories and how its influence has made a significant difference in the last few years.

Does Goa live up to its vegan-friendly reputation?

In November, PETA named Goa as the most vegan-friendly state in India. Goans discuss whether it's worthy of that tag. Even though India is the...

Jaanvi and Paavani: The Indian sisters celebrating a zero-waste Diwali

Jaanvi and Paavani on embracing their Indian culture in a sustainable manner, advising followers to celebrate zero-waste Diwali and creating their Eco Rakhi. Diwali is...

Vegan Kathak dancer Vidya Patel on balancing diet and dance

Vidya Patel, a classically trained Kathak dancer, talks about her love for dance and her relationship with veganism. “It is strange these past few years,...

Veganism in Tanzania: Is a plant-based diet rooted in its traditional cuisine?

While affordability and accessibility are major obstacles, Tanzania's traditional cuisine can easily be moulded into vegan culture. Growing up, I've always been curious about Tanzanian...

Vegan makeup blogger Amber George: ‘We should speak up against all oppression’

Amber George, 2020’s latest vegan blogger, on being a huge foodie, carb queen, junk food enthusiast and an advocate for vegan makeup and skincare. “I...

Samara de Silva: ‘It’s not about being a perfect vegan in a non-vegan world’

Australian blogger Samara de Silva on the relationship between a vegan lifestyle and mental health, veganism in Melbourne and promoting sustainability. “If we can live...

Beets and Bobs: The vegan sisters who eat, experiment and inspire

Amesha and Bishalee, the vegan sister duo from Beets and Bobs, on Punjabi food, supporting local businesses and becoming more experimental. Amesha and Bishalee are...

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