LIVE & LEARN
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It's nearly Christmas, and we have an idea for something KIND to do for our community. Sending Love asks you to write a card for an elderly person at Christmas who may be lonely, We have a box on our counter and Christmas cards ready at the café so you can write a message and spread the Christmas cheer.
KIND are greening up the grey concrete urban jungle with free organic herb seedlings and eco-friendly gardening tips.
Looking to introduce a friend to the joys of eating vegan but not sure where to start? We break our top tips for how to introduce a vegan diet to your friends.
What better way to say, ‘Merry Christmas!’ than in a beautiful sunny space surrounded by light, laughter and heavenly food? That’s how KIND does end-of-year work parties!
What’s the inspiration behind KIND’s beautiful design? We talk to architect, Daniel Smith from Edwards White to find out.
What better way to warm up than with a bowl of beautiful hand-made, plant-based pasta?
In this fun and interactive presentation you'll get 26 practical, cost-effective tips to reduce the amount of rubbish you throw in your bins.
Small changes to “veganise” your purchasing and lifestyle habits can really make an impact. There are thousands of resources online that you can use for inspiration, but to get you started we’ve made a list of some easy and simple sustainable living examples to incorporate around your home.
Are you thinking about switching to a more plant-based diet? Curious to know what all this vegan hype is about? We discuss how you can try moving to a plant-based diet.
Shop a curated selection of designer and vintage goods from Sweet Charity and learn how to mend and care for your clothes - so you can cherish them forever!
Recently we held our first ‘Match Made in Vegan’, an intimate event where conscious connoisseurs can sample plant-based wines paired with vegan meals.
If peas please you, then getting pleasure out of this risotto will be a peas of cake.
Following on from our series of posts on plant-based alternatives to non-plant based treats, we thought we’d share something sweet. The perfect cream-less ice cream is so cheap and easy it hurts… mostly because it is so delicious that fast consumption and resulting ice cream headaches are inevitable!
We’ve so far solved (in our humble opinion) both the bacon and cheese dilemmas, so following on from this “healthy” theme (ahem), we thought we’d show you how to make a dairy-free, egg-free mayonnaise. Mayo never experience a dry vege-burger again!
Last week, we shared a recipe for “facon” (fake-bacon) that uses the humble aubergine to replicate one of the meatiest treats of all. This week’s recipe is a close contender in the “how do you live without” stakes (or, should we say “steaks”!)… Cheese.
If you’re plant-based or, dare we say it, vegan, no doubt you’ve been asked a thousand times, “But how do you live without X?” Here at KIND, we believe the answer is “easy!” And we want to show you how easy it is! Follow as we share our favourite recipes for easy plant-based comfort food… Kicking off with bacon!
Nestled at the end of a quiet cul de sac in the heart of Morningside is a space that was once an active bowling green, with well-trodden AstroTurf still covering the field.
Ok. We have something to admit. The meat-less balls are kind of cubic, but we thought “Zucchini spaghetti & meat-less cubes” didn’t sound that enticing.
We support local, so our ingredients are the freshest of the fresh, hand-picked and made – or grown – with love.
Our smashed beans with kawakawa-kumera silk is not just a pretty plate.
One of the glorious things about being an adult is being able to eat what you want, whenever you want.
Whilst certainly proving to be a fun-guy, James, KIND’s head chef, takes taste seriously.
Eating doesn’t only engage the tastebuds – it stimulates every one of our senses.
What happens when a somewhat carnivorous chef is asked to create a plant based meal, savoury enough to trick even their paleo pals?