Now we have all tried meat and loved it but some have seen many bad things in the media that have put them off from buying meat and turn to vegan. I’m not saying the vegan is bad but it just not the same and never will be the taste that you get from the meat is to die for I don’t see why people go vegan.
I know that one of the reasons is that the way they kill the animal but if you think of it in a religious way god put the animals for us to eat its park of the life cycle. I think some people have been thinking too much about how they kill the animals it’s not that bad it quick and easy.
Personally I think I would never go vegan even though some of the salad food are very nice and look very pleasing, its just not me I know I love meat and its good for the brain development.
THE head of Bristol Airport has called for talks with the Welsh Government, describing his airport as “an opportunity, not a threat” to Wales.
Robert Sinclair said that the Welsh market was very important to Bristol and that the problems being experiences at Cardiff Airport should not be seen as problem for Welsh air travellers.
He was speaking after recent weeks in which First Minister Carwyn Jones has joined in criticism of Cardiff Airport, which has lost routes and passengers in recent years while Bristol has risen through the ranks of UK airports.
is comments come after the Welsh First Minister publicly criticised Cardiff Airport and its Spanish owners, insisting he would not want to welcome visitors to Wales through the capital’s airport as it gives a bad first impression.
In an interview with BBC Wales Eye on Wales programme, Mr Sinclair said that Bristol Airport could bring tourists in to Wales.
Last year, around 700,000 of Bristol’s 5.7m passengers came from Wales, with Cardiff seeing just over 1.2m passengers over the same period. In Rhoose, passenger numbers fell 13% in 2011, despite numbers at Bristol increasing 1%.
A Welsh Government spokesman said: “The First Minister has repeatedly made his position clear, he wants Cardiff Airport to grow and become world class and is not satisfied with the current situation.
The Bristol vegan 2012 is coming it will be on the 27th may 2012,
The 10th annual veggie/vegan event in the heart of Bristol has expanded into 3 days. The world’s biggest vegan event opens its doors to the public at 2pm on Friday May 25th, with admission free to the public.
Opening hours are Friday May 25th 2pm –
8pm Saturday May 26th 11am –
8pm Sunday May 27th 11am – 8pm
What will happen there?
• Live music and performance including films, musicians, magicians, theatre and even vegan facepainting!
• Over 100 stalls crammed full with tons of vegan produce from fashion to campaigns, food to cosmetics – there’s something for everyone!
• 8 exquisite vegan caterers from every corner of the globe
• Cookery demos including a Raw Chocolate Workshop, Kids’ Cookery classes and Hemp Smoothie demos
• Talks and presentations from some of the most influencial people and companies in the field
• Our amazing Ready Steady Chef competitions – Juniors and Masters go head to head in 30 minute rounds to produce the best plant based meal!
• Our Best Veggie Burger and Sausage Competitions – who will win the coveted title of Best Veggie Sausage and Burger Producer of 2012?!
• TONS of freebies and tasters
• Exclusive special offers from plenty of our stallholders
• A wealth of free information on the vegan / vegetarian diet
• Fun, friendly and family orientated – a great weekend out for everyone!
We hope to see Bristol Vegan Fayre live and back in Bristol this summer. When there was no show in 2011, many vegans was very dissapointed.
Back in 2011?
We hope to get the entertainment back on stage, and would like our supporters to give some extra money this year – so the Bristol Vegan Fayre can come back better than ever.. All vegetarians and vegans, please show your support.