Hi, I’m Poppy. I’m a 25 year old vegan, studying in Kent, UK, for a degree in Animal Management.
I have three major passions; animals, world development/poverty/equality with a special interest in street children; and food/cooking/veganism. I have been a vegetarian since the age of six and a vegan since my late teens.
I am now, as of 2016, a proud wife and a survivor of various health conditions. Since having 2 major surgeries to remove tumours and diseased organs, I have become disabled to chronic neuropathic pain due to central nervous system damage. I hope to return to finish my degree which I had to abandon half way through my final year, in this coming September. More anon!
We have tonnes of rescued animals from rodents to chickens to dogs that we share our small home with. I also foster orphaned wildlife and hand rear them to release back to the wild.
You can find out more about my crazy life adventures on my social media pages – Facebook or Facebook Page Twitter Instagram and don’t forget to follow Bunny Kitchen by signing up with your email on the homepage, this way you will never miss a recipe, review or fun giveaway!
This blog is how I practice and share my passion for food. There will also be the odd appearance from the other two passions by way of a picture of kittens or bunnies eating pancakes, or tales of bake sales to raise money for street children.
Bunny Kitchen is called such because when I started this blog, cooking was associated with bunnies running around the kitchen and my feet hoping for scraps! Nowadays, it’s also a chicken, or a dog or a cat!
Here you will follow me through my baking, cooking and DIY adventures and find all the recipes I have adapted and created.
Thank you for stopping by and I hope you enjoy browsing this blog and that you find what you are looking for.
I want to hear from you! Please leave any comments, questions or suggestions you may have.
Happy cooking and welcome to Bunny Kitchen.
I’ve nominated you for a Liebster Award, take a look 🙂 http://thelondonveganblog.wordpress.com/2014/06/14/liebster-award/
Thanks so much!!
Hi Poppy! Judging from the comment above, this won’t be new for you, but I wanted to you let know I’ve nominated your blog for a One Lovely Blog Award. All details are here: http://backyardowl.com/2014/10/20/one-lovely-blog-award-my-15-blog-loves/.
I love your recipes and your posts – keep up the great work!
Thank you so much lovely Emily ❤️
Hi Poppy! I love your blog very much. I am planning soon a series of small interviews with vegan bloggers who I read and enjoy. Would you be willing to be interviewed? i would just ask for a few pics, a fave recipe, a small discussion about what it means to you to be vegan, etc. 🙂
Wonderful. An animal lover and vegetarian/vegan myself. 🙂
Hey Poppy – I’m also a vegan living in Kent 🙂 – so glad I found your blog xx
Hi Jade! Fabulous to hear from you and to connect with you! Where in Kent are you based? 🙂 XO
I nominated you for the One Lovely Blog Award. I hope you can stop by my blog to get the details.
Have a great day,
That’s very sweet of you, thanks so much Lori!
I hope you’re well and have had a fantastic summer.
Tilda Basmati Rice has just launched NEW Tilda Aromatic Spices and would love you to be one of the first to try it.
Aromatic Spices is deliciously light and slender Basmati grains infused with fragrant spices, and cam be heated in the microwave in just two minutes, or stir fried in a pan with a little oil in four minutes.
We would love you to take part and create your own exciting recipe using our new pouch and post it on your blog.
Do let me know if this would be something that you would be interested in and we shall arrange some samples to be with you ASAP.
Please email me at poppyvelosa at hotmail dot com.
Hi Poppy the email seems to be bouncing back? Thank you.
Shouldn’t be Arabella – I presume you are changing ‘at’ to @ and so on?
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This is the email I used?
Sorry Bella autocorrect must have changed that – it’s co.uk not com. My apologies!