Dinner: Gluten-free pizza with tomato sauce, eggplant, red bell pepper, sweet corn, and broccoli sprouts.


Breakfasts in bed are the best kind of breakfasts. (Homemade brown rice/buckwheat naan with pb/fig jam, kiwi, kyoho grapes, and a coconut latte).


Watermelon juice with mint.


Breakfast: Chocolate banana ice cream with cinnamon and cacao nibs.


Raw fruit tart.


Lunch: chocolate banana ice cream with figs and cacao nibs.
I now have an Instagram account: @pegauniicorn. I’m awfully late to the party, but it’d be nice if you can head on over and give the follow button a small hug.


Anonymous: Your blog is perf!!! Any good food you would reccomend for a brand new vegan?

Thank you! I would suggest seasonal fresh fruits, dark chocolate, and lots of vegetables! Good ready-made food would depend on where you live, and the availability of pre-made vegan food. 

Here are some products I tried and liked:

I know these things can get pretty pricey and are definitely not what I regularly consume (but do treat yourself! or learn to make some things at home). Try out new recipes by either omitting the meat/egg/dairy/animal products, or try one that was originally vegan!

By the way, here’s PETA’s list of “accidentally vegan” foods that you may or may not have known about.

Hope this helped, and happy vegan munching!


Raw fig tart.


(Part of) Breakfast: Soy yoghurt with peaches, figs, passionfruit, and homemade granola (oats, chia seeds, sesame seeds, dried cranberries, maple syrup, coconut oil, ginger, and cinnamon).


Vegan carrot cake with white tea at a café near Broadway Market.