Meat-free diets are ‘unmanly’? Someo...
If eating zero meat makes you less of a “masculine” man than those who do, then someone forgot to tell Forest Nash. The 29-year-old Men’s Physique bodybuilding champion & fitness trainer has never eaten meat.
New study finds that Australians are not...
A new study from the UTS Institute of Sustainable Future commissioned by No Meat May & Vegan Australia shows clearly that Australians are not stupid - turns out we know a vegan sausage when we see it.
The Food Waste Epidemic
Many of us have made a habit of buying more food than we need, often letting it spoil. But did you know that wasting food equals more greenhouse gas emissions, intensifying climate change impacts.
Plant-Based Eating for Busy People
It can be hard to create a balanced, plant-based meal that hits all the nutritional boxes, whilst juggling everything else life throws at us. In this blog we look at all the essentials you should be fitting into your busy day, and some quick go-to recipes for when you just don't have time to think.
World Vegan Day: So Many Reasons
Going strong since 1994, World Vegan Day is a celebration of healthy living and compassion towards the world and its animals. To join in the festivities, No Meat May is taking the opportunity to revisit the many reasons WHY we support and love a plant-based lifestyle.
Tips for a Turkey-Free Thanksgiving
Each year for Thanksgiving, over 45 million turkeys are bred, drugged, and genetically manipulated to grow as large and as quickly possible. But there are so many plant-based alternatives that we can indulge in for Thanksgiving, where no turkeys are needlessly harmed.
Have a Cracking Cruelty-Free Christmas
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! But navigating the Christmas dinner table can be a tricky one. If you don’t know where to begin, read on for our top tips and recipes for having a cracking cruelty-free Christmas!
De-Bunking Meat Industry Myths
Despite the overwhelming evidence that plant-rich eating contributes to a more sustainable, healthier world, big players in meat production are determined to pose mass-meat consumption as harmless - and they spend billions each year doing so.