Embracing the plant-based lifestyle in Malaysia

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Tradition vs. Veganism

Tradition vs. Veganism

One thing that has been on my mind since starting this blog is… am I being a bad Malaysian? Am I bastardizing the culinary landscape that this part of the world is renowned for? Purists would say yes. There are imitations and re-interpretations of dishes, […]

Vegan Vantage: Jeremy Loo

Vegan Vantage: Jeremy Loo

Since creating my plant-based persona in Malaysia, I’ve had the chance to meet many other vegans in my community who have had amazing stories to share. One such individual is Jeremy Loo. He is the Owner and Coach of LN Fortunate Coffee at Solaris Mont […]

Curiosity: A Vegan’s Greatest Tool

Curiosity: A Vegan’s Greatest Tool

When people ask me how to get started on the plant-based lifestyle. I would say the usual: start slowly, take your time, get educated, find your tribe, find your purpose. One thing which I don’t usually mention is how important it is to stay curious. […]

Ahoy or Adoi? My Thoughts on Soy

Ahoy or Adoi? My Thoughts on Soy

DISCLAIMER: This blogpost is not meant to replace any kind of professional health or medical advice. This is just to share my own exploration, experience and personal deductions on the evidence that has been put out there about soy. The dairy and soy industries are […]

Cooking for the Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior

Cooking for the Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior

I’ve been volunteering with Greenpeace Malaysia for the past couple of years, so for the NGO to approach me in April 2018 to see how we could collaborate on an upcoming arrival of the Rainbow Warrior on Malaysian shores, I couldn’t contain my excitement. The […]

My 7-Day Fasting Challenge

My 7-Day Fasting Challenge

For quite easily 10 years, I’ve been curious to know what it is like to be fasting over Ramadan. But when you have been granted the volition to do it or not, the easiest option has of course been not doing it. Now with all […]

GE14 Results: a Step in the Right Direction for Veganism

GE14 Results: a Step in the Right Direction for Veganism

After my mother and I performed our civil duty of voting, my husband and I had an easy afternoon of exercise, cooking at home, and listening to the radio for updates on the election results as they happened. We tried our best to stay up […]