Smiles Like Vegan Spirit
We’re raffling off one copy of our new design!, Perfect for all grunge lovers and flannel shirt wearers 🎸 🎸🎸 Of course eco and fair.
All you have to do:
Leave a comment until Sunday, 11.55 pm (CET), in which you name your favorite song by the three fine young men from Seattle and explain why. We’re going to draw a winner next week.
The sweepstakes is under way on facebook, Instagram and our blog.You can find the conditions of participation here.
And with a little luck you’ll look as good as Tuki soon!😉
The winner ist Toshé Tosh (facebook). Congratulations! 🎉 Better luck next time for all the others and you can still find the T-Shirt in our onlineshop. 😺
1 part margarine (I use Vitalite)
2 parts flour (I use white flour, but half and half white and brown would work.
1.5 cups flour (approx 12 floz)
0.75 cups marg (approx 6 floz)
6 small-medium apples
Soft brown demerera sugar
Slice the apples as thinly (discarding cores) as you reasonably can with a knife (don’t bother peeling or showing off with a razor blade or owt) and place in a colander, layer by layer.
As you put each layer of apples in, sprinkle the sugar over until it coats the rings of apples evenly. Leave to sit while you make the pastry.
Rub the fat into the flour and a pinch of salt with your fingers until it resembles breadcrumbs. You’ll know you’re rubbing rightly if your palms remain clean (all those incidents with a plastic ruler on the back of my knees in Domestic Science lessons taught me summat).
Add cold water, little by little, to the mix and clump together with your hands or with a spoon until you have a ball o’dough. Don’t over-mix.
Either roll out or flatten with your palms onto a greased baking tray. Then arrange the apple slices on top about two layers thick. Press down against the dough firmly as you lay them.
Dredge the top with cinnamon, sprinkle with a little more sugar if you have a sweet tooth and then bake in a medium cool (gas mark 4-5 / 180C) oven for 30 mins.
Allow to cool before eating or it’ll take the roof of yer mouth off. Best served the following day.
The recipe is taken from the follow-up to Ronny’s low-budget masterpieces ‘The Cake Scoffer’ and ‘The Salad Scoffer’: The Return of The Cake Scoffer.
We’re giving away one of our new hoodies, as always made of organic cotton, fair-trade and printed in our neighborhood by Onbones Collective. All you have to do to take part:
▶️ Comment this post until Sunday, 11th of November, 11.11 pm MEZ, describing which one you would like to win and why. We’ll draw a winner next week.
1. “Act before it’s too late” 🌳
In solidarity with the activists squatting Hambacher Forst. Part of the revenues go directly to the local climate movement.
2. “Whale” 🐋
The exploitation and killing of whales has a long tradition. But whales are fascinating creatures! On your page you’ll find some interesting facts.
3. “Cut Fruit Not Throats” 🍏🍒
Pretty self-explanatory, is it not? 😉
Good luck! 😘
(The giveaway also takes place on our Facebook and Instagram page. If you didn’t win this time, you can just get your hoodie in our store.)
We’re overwhelmed by all your lovely comments! ❤
Because we are poor we had to draw a winner. And the lucky winner is: @powerd.by.oatmeal (instagram)
But don’t give up hope, this won’t be the last giveaway, good luck next time 😘
And you can find all hoodies in our shop: https://www.rootsofcompassion.org/Home_1
And here is another round of celebrating our new articles in August. What’s new in our shelfs since June? Hm, let’s start with: