Just a somewhat funny aside but actually a real problem... is there any way I can make it clearer to people that this is a vegan potluck, not vegetarian? Ha! Last night was the third month in a row where someone showed up with non-vegan food. Of course I understand some people are getting to grips with veganism and don't understand some ingredients, but last night an attendee put dairy yoghurt on the table and when quizzed said they thought it was a vegetarian potluck. So let's have some fun here... give me a new name for the event that makes it crystal clear that the potluck is vegan. Obviously London Vegan Potluck isn't good enough ;).
5 · May 2
It was a really nice event as always, but there was a definite shortage of savoury foods this time. In fact. the food seemed to run out quicker than usual. Seems some people still relying on bringing drinks rather than food! I know some people don't have culinary capabilities, and some are coming straight from work and haven't been able to cook/prepare anything. Perhaps in future those people who can't make food could instead buy vegan food products from such places as M&S (http://health.marksandspencer.c... ) eg stuffed vine leaves, salads, olives, hummous, salsa, spring rolls).
1 · May 3
I paid! (Right after Mr FGV's first speech). Would this help my credit rating for getting a mortgage on a house in Primrose Hill? There's one for sale in Chalcot Square (where Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin and Joan Bakewell live) for just £4.25million.
4 · May 2