This blog is a gluten-free recipe blog, but it’s also vegan – check the title. Vegan means I do not want to know where to buy organic animal corpses, nor do I want to look at your gluten-free blog that contains nearly 100% non-vegan corpse-laden recipes, however well-intentioned you may have thought the “check this out, you might like it” comment to be. I’m not interested in recipes or advice in regards to animal corpses (meat/flesh), animal lactation fluids (processed cow or goat secretions/dairy products), animal reproductive secretions (eggs, caviar), bug goo (honey, beeswax, cochineal, etc), or whatever other bizarre or unnecessary animal “products” you choose to ingest. Thanks, anyway… I think…!
Please read the Why Vegan? section of this website for more information as to why myself, my partner, and many of our friends are vegan.
Additionally, I live in Australia… most of the time. Unless your gluten-free vegan product is available in the land of Oz, please don’t bother trying to sell it to me! International postage on food items to our isolated island continent usually sucks. I will pass on relevant info to international readers, but only if it’s relevant, and is both gluten-free AND vegan… Vegan vegan vegan! Got it?
I hope this post has cleared things up… I don’t mean to sound pushy, but some people are clearly missing the point. Gluten-free, yes, but also vegan recipes and content – no exceptions. I will continue to filter out inappropriate comments. All this makes me wonder whether I should also be blogging about animal rights issues and activism occasionally in-between recipes… Quite probably I should, at least occasionally, although it wasn’t my intention for this to be an AR blog… Any thoughts?
Hope you are all enjoying your weekend!