Laurel Ives is a widely published food and health writer. As the former food editor of the Sunday Times, and health writer for leading publications like the BBC and the Daily Telegraph, she is a foodie on a mission to champion sustainable, plant-based, flexitarian eating.
Vegetarian food used to be a bit of an afterthought for leading chefs. But nowadays pioneering chefs like Yotam Ottolenghi, and many more, are creating such delicious plant-based options that no compromise in quality is required.
Report after report is highlighting how catastrophic industrial production of meat is for the planet. We need to eat sustainably, locally and in season, not just for our own health, but for the health of the world.
Halfaveggie’s team of foodlovers and climate change activists are travelling the UK and beyond to find the best of the exciting new vegetarian and vegan options on offer, and the restaurants putting ethical meat production and sustainability at the centre of what they’re doing.
And we’re not just about eating out. From new products to health trends to the latest cookbooks, we’ve got the ethical eater covered.