Tag : vegetarian

It’s Time to Start Eating Fish Sustainably

9 months ago / 0 comments

With the recent success of both Blue Planet II and ‘Veganuary’, now seems like a more salient time than ever to discuss how to make our fish-buying habits sustainable. For those who turned their Januarys into ‘Veganuarys’ last month, this may have been a long and painful experience for some, … Read More

Going Vegetarian For A Week

1 year ago / 0 comments

After going Vegan for a week, I’ve been challenged to go veggie and see how it compares. Seeing as I forced my vegetarian flatmates to go vegan with me, it only seemed fair I joined them – even if it was just for a week. With Abbie having been a … Read More

Society Spotlight: Veg Soc

1 year ago / 0 comments

Vegetarianism and veganism are hot topics at the moment, and with recent reports suggesting that some students are spending in excess of £25 a week on their food shop, embracing non-meat (and therefore cheaper) eating habits could be a great step if you’re feeling the squeeze. I posed some questions … Read More

The well-fed student: Savvy spending edition

3 years ago / 0 comments

Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Abu Bakr and Asda Online seem to be where we all shop the most, so I’ve compared prices in these shops, alongside places like Millie’s and Taste of the Orient (on Vicar Lane), Kirkgate Market and Aldi to find you the best bargains in Leeds. Bargain Bits and Bobs … Read More

Veganism – Fad or Future?

3 years ago / 0 comments

The Gryphon explores the possible growth of veganism in 2016, the use of it as a fad diet as well as an environmental action. For many, New Year’s symbolises the turning over of a new leaf, the promise of new resolutions, and the belief in finally changing your life for … Read More

Meet your new blogs editors! Introducing Hannah…

3 years ago / 0 comments

After a fantastic year for the blogs section, it was time for Daniella Weduwer to hand over the position of blogs editor to Amelia Dunton and me – Hannah Lewis. Like Amelia, I am entering my fourth year of studying after returning from a year abroad in Montpellier, France. I … Read More

We meat again: vague-etarianism

4 years ago / 144 comments

After being a vegetarian for seven years, the editor of The Gryphon, Jasmine Andersson, discusses why she decided to start eating meat again, the social pressures of being a vegetarian and her reasons for initialling giving up meat. ‘And you’re going to do it for the rest of your life?’ asked … Read More

Blogs | The Morality Of Eating Meat

5 years ago / 0 comments

Let’s face it, meat is delicious. Meat has been eaten by humans for thousands of years, and for good reason. It is a source of protein and fat, which our ancestors needed to stay alive. In the modern day, most of us eat meat on a daily basis without thinking … Read More

Does what we eat affect climate change?

6 years ago / 0 comments

The simple answer is yes! Our diets definitely do have a major impact on the environment and here is why. Emissions from agriculture account for 8% of total CO2 emissions in the UK, which may not sound like a great deal, however, most of the emissions from this sector are … Read More