WAIW | Settling Down

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I've now been in Quy Nhon, Vietnam for two weeks, and sticking around for that long has me thinking about settling down and just what it means as a full-time traveller. Read More »

What Are Your Top Five Vegan Companies?

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I'm now looking for companies to advertise in the next issue, and I thought this would be a great opportunity to ask you what some of your favourites were! Read More »

WAIW | Banh Mi On the Beach

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I've spent the last week in Quy Nhon, Vietnam, and grabbing banh mi for breakfast has quickly become my morning routine. So, I thought I would show you just what that involves in today's WAIW episode. Read More »

Review | Veganism in an Oppressive World

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Mainstream veganism has plenty of problems, and T.O.F.U. has focused on many of them over the years. Of course, the magazine isn't the only place to find critical views of our movement, and Anuj Sharma wants you to know why the latest from Sanctuary Publishers does a great job of adding to the conversation. Read More »

T.O.F.U. #13 | Update And The NRA

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With yet another mass shooting after occurring in the United States, attempting to post an update on the next issue of the magazine without commenting on the news just wasn't possible. Read More »

TBT | Dodging Traffic in Vietnam

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It's been over a year since I first crossed a street in Vietnam, and I can't say I'm really much better at it. Read More »