Vegan Promenades

Vegans have been busy today getting their hands dirty and getting the message out on the streets, literally! The Bugibba, Sliema and Marsaskala promenades went all Ⓥ today.    

Healthy, Delicious & Traditional; Ross Il-Forn (Maltese Baked Rice)

Ladies and Gentlemen, we present to you, another WONDERFUL creation by the talented Kristen Kelley! (Follow her on Instagram/Twitter @mrskelley0308) This time, she has veganised a version of traditional Maltese Baked Rice – Ross Il-Forn. The common recipe contains both animal flesh and their secretions (egg and dairy). So, here we offer a cruelty free, sustainable and healthy version of this mouth-watering […]

Nature Conservation On Malta, Thanks To Nature Trust Malta

Nature Conservancy is alive and well on Malta, thanks to Nature Trust Malta. A group of people who I absolutely feel deserve all the support they can possibly get for the great work they do! I had the pleasure of conversing with Karen, a lovely lady at the Wildlife Team and the Rescue Coordinator at […]

On Violence

Violence is one of the human characteristics most abhorred and for good reason too. The use of force on other individuals is not only socially unacceptable, but it is also punished by law. We all tend to agree that violence is not welcome in civilised society but the question is: What do we consider to […]

Vegan Figolli Recipe – Traditional Maltese Easter Treats

In Malta, we love Easter, especially because we love to eat ‘Figolli’ – our traditional almond cakes made with love by the thousands around Malta and Gozo, especially for this time of year. They’re sweet, delicious and come in all kinds of shapes and decorations so they’re a great way for everyone to have some […]

The Ultimate Guide to Being Vegan in Malta

Whether you’re from Malta, live here or just travelling, here’s a guide to vegan living on the Maltese islands. If you use these guidelines alongside the Vegan Malta Map you are sure to find it easier to go vegan and stay vegan while living in Malta! Shopping for food: Vegan staples can now be found in most supermarkets […]

How To Clean Your Home, à la vegan style!

Most conventional cleaning products are horribly toxic for humans and very cruel to animals.  Changing once cleaning and personal care products to ethical alternatives is an important part of the vegan lifestyle. Not only are conventional products tested on animals such as mice, rats, dogs, cats, rabbits and more, by killing them and torturing them […]

Pastizzi tal-Piżelli Made Vegan

Anyone who has set foot on Malta has probably eaten pastizzi tal-piżelli, a traditional Maltese street food of pea mash in puff pastry. They’re as delicious as they sound yet unfortunately they’re not always vegan. The pastry may contain lard, butter or non-vegan margarine while sometimes meat is added to the pea mixture and to top […]

The Traditional Maltese Date Pastry, Imqaret – veganised!

Imqaret is a traditional Maltese sweet pastry stuffed with dates. They are absolutely mouth watering and quite popular in Malta. It is commonly sold in street markets, shops, village feasts etc… and can be eaten paired with ice cream. Unfortunately however, the ones commonly sold in Malta are not vegan, as lard, eggs, butter or non-vegan margarine […]

Vegan Malta Map

The Vegan Malta Map has been around for a few years. Its aim is to provide vegans with reliable locations of vegan friendly shops around the islands. The map includes restaurants, cafés, health shops, supermarkets, sanctuaries etc. to help vegans and anyone interested in a vegan lifestyle to navigate around the islands. The map is being continually […]