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  1. I find your blog quite interesting. Love the recipes. Must say, I dream of a life as calm and surrounded by nature as you and your family have. Where in Scotland do you live? Blessings!

  2. I too crave a life like yours. I recently moved to university in a big city and although I enjoy the course and have lovely friends, I miss being out in the countryside….

  3. Well, fit like and foo’s it gaun wi ye? Given we are living in central Italian countryside it is difficult (practically impossible – esp with 2 kids in state school) to be vegan but we try to be ‘dairy reducers’ . I was looking for some decent vegan recipes for nut roast and gin ah wis fair taken aback tae fin a site fae back hame living the dream (don’t puncture, please). Just wanted to say thank you and hello.

  4. What a wonderful blog you have. My only complaint is that I live on the other side of the pond and we don’t get all the lovely chocolates you talk about. : )

    I lived in Aberdeen for a short time after University. Sometimes I wish I still lived in Scotland – but alas, if I didn’t leave I wouldn’t have gotten together with my husband and, well, the rest is history.

  5. Hi Lucy

    In Googling my name I came across your blog and I wanted to thank you for mentioning my novel, The Double Happiness Company, and for including a link. With all my heart, I hope you enjoyed the book. I certainly enjoy your blog!!!
    Blessings, Anne

  6. Hi – just wanted to thank you all for creating this fantastic resource. We are a vegan family with two kids aged 4 and 6 living in Wiltshire and don’t know any other vegans so it’s great to have the benefits of all your knowledge at our fingertips. Love all the kids stuff too – you are such a cretive lot. Do you happen to know of any vegan family groups online – would love to link up and chat with others living similar lifestyles.

  7. Hi Isla, glad you find the site useful. I’m afraid I’m a bit out of touch with things for younger children now, did used to run such a group but it is no more. There is (or was) the vegan families list from the vegan society – you can contact them at http://www.vegansociety.com

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