We are currently developing an online shop for this website to help raise funds for VON’s work. In the interim period, please view VON’s catalogue below or merchandise pdf. Payment & ordering details can be found at the bottom of the page.
PLEASE NOTE IF OVERSEAS, EXTRA SHIPPING WILL BE ADVISED VIA EMAIL AND YOU WILL BE ABLE TO RECONFIRM.
Brown. With handles, £3.50, two or more for £3 each. With shoulder straps, £4, two or more for £3.50 each. Strong and hardwearing, fair trade and organic, made from jute. Unlike a cotton bag, it is self supporting which can be handy for bulky items. It’s another way to spread the environmental stockfree message. Use it on your shopping trips to avoid all those plastic bags. Or you can make good use of them in your garden or on your plot. Includes postage.
£3.25 each. Extremely popular and colourful wall charts by Liz Cook (88 x 18.5cm): Vegan Nutrition. Yoga. Women’s Healing Herbs. Dogs. Natural Cleaning Solutions (NB: vertical format), and Seasonal UK Fruit and Veg. Includes postage.
Vegan-Organic Farming DVD.
Introduction to Stockfree Organics featuring Ian Tolhurst. Free to VON members (donations welcome). Otherwise, £3.50
Growing Green: Grow your own fruit and veg.
£4.50 The DVD is an inspiring demonstration of how you can feed yourself and your family from your allotment or garden using stockfree organic techniques.
BOOKS ON GROWING
NEW REVISED EDITION!
Organic Techniques for a SustainableFuture by Jenny Hall and Iain Tolhurst.£18.99 (or £11.50 if you’re a VON member).This book is published by VON and is anessential reference guide for all private andcommercial organic growers, researchersand students. This book introduces theconcept of stockfree-organic and shows,through case studies, that when growersabandon the use of slaughterhouse by-products and manures they can berewarded with healthier crops, less weeds,pests and diseases. The reader will be takenthrough each Stockfree-Organic Standard step by step and learn how to grow and sell60 different vegetables with confidence. First price non members including postage. Please note second button is members price at £11.50 plus postage.
Members Price plus postage
by Dave of Darlington. £8.50.The book is a compilationof the writings of Dave of Darlington – atreasury of useful information for gardenersand farmers, gleaned from Dave’s longexperience and enhanced by well-informedthoughts on the ethics and politics behind farming. Price includes postage
Permaculture – A Beginner’s Guide
by Graham Burnett: £8.00. A guide on theprinciples of sustainability and working withrather than against nature on your land.Graham Burnett is a vegan permaculturist.New updated second edition, and now in colour. Price includes postage.
Well Fed Not An Animal Dead
by Graham Burnett. £4.00. A guide to the wider implications of veganism, including recipes andcookery guidelines, growing your own veganorganic food, food for free, vegan mothers and infants, and making your own alcohol! Price includes postage.
by Graham Burnett. £9.00. Ifyou’re not looking for the solution, you’repart of the problem… get out there and DoIt, with help from this book. Price includes postage.
Towards an Ecology of the Self
by Graham Burnett. £3.00. Explores the role of the ‘personal’ in permaculture design systems. Price include postage.
Happy, Caring, Healthy and Sharing
by Graham Burnett. £3.00. An introduction tothe green and compassionate way of Ecological Veganism. Price includes postage.
BOOKS ON HEALTH
A Living Miracle
by Pat Reeves. £9.99. The author was diagonosed with terminal bone cancer over 30 years ago. She fought it with
natural remedies, and has since run marathons, triathalons, and is now a champion powerlifter. Vital information for anyone with cancer, or for those wishing to optimise their present health and longevity. Price includes postage.
VEGAN SOCIETY BOOKS
Animal-Free Shopper 9th edition.
£4.99. Price includes postage.
Plant Based Nutrition and Health
by Stephen Walsh. £7.95. Up-to-date and well researched, covering the health advantages of the vegan diet, as well as the pitfalls and how to avoid them. Clear advice given on vitamins B12 and D, and on Iron, Calcium, Zinc, Iodine and Selenium. Also, advice on getting omega 3 fatty acids from non-fish foods. Price includes postage.
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FICTION BOOKS FOR CHILDREN/TEENAGERS
Organic Alice and the Wiggly Jiggly Worm
by Jenny Hall. £4.99. For preschool and Key Stage I children complementing the National Curriculum. Readers discover an actual organic farm where wildlife characters are as real as the people. The author, Jenny, is a
vegan organic farmer. The books below are written/co-written by Mary Brady of the excellent vegan campaign
group Realfood (www.realfood.org.uk). Price includes postage.
Under the Stairs
by Mary Brady. £4.99. Aimed at Teenagers but popular with adults too. Deals with all aspects of animal rights,
from veganism and anti-vivisection to zoos. Draws the parallel between abuse of animals and humans, but is also positive, showing a compassionate and cruelty free lifestyle. Price includes postage.
The Umpteenth Dalmatian
by Mary Brady and Steve Hutton. £2.99. Aimed at young children. The story of a Dalmatian puppy, who is very scared when someone buys her from the farmer, but is later reunited with her mum in this heart-warming book. Beautifully
illustrated by Steve Hutton. Price includes postage.
by Mary Brady and Steve Hutton. £2.50. A tiger lives in the heart of the forest, but at times his world edges onto human
territory. What happens when human and animal worlds collide? How can children save a tiger? A sympathetic look at the life of a tiger, this story surprises the reader with the courage of some humans against the inhumanity of others. Price includes postage.
Vegan Rustic Cooking Through The Seasons
(revised edition with 60 new recipes) by Diana White. £9.95. Published in Summer 2006. 194 pages, and over 160
delicious recipes inspired by the seasonal produce from the vegan-organic garden. The author, Diana, and her husband Peter both have an allotment and are active VON members. All of Diana’s royalties for books sold through this
VON merchandise catalogue will go to VON, to help fund our important work. Price include postage.
by Rose Elliot. £8.99. Rose has been writing vegetarian cookery books since 1967. This book has a good range ofrecipes, varying from simple to sophisticated. Price includes postage.
So, What Do You Eat?
by Liz Cook. £12.95. Spiral-bound so it stays open at the right page. Wipe-clean pages, making it a highly
practical design for the kitchen. The recipes include vegan versions of conventional meals like shepherd’s pie, pasties, pizza, pancakes and cakes. Price includes postage.
BOOKS BY LINDA MAJZLIK
The following books are written by Linda Majzlik and cost £5.99 each.These books have often been reviewed in, and have been the source of many of the recipes in Vegan Views magazine. We stock the full series. A Vegan Taste of Central America. A Vegan Taste of East Africa. A Vegan Taste of Eastern Europe. A Vegan Taste of France. A Vegan Taste of Greece. A Vegan Taste of India. A Vegan Taste of Italy. A Vegan Taste of Mexico. A Vegan Taste of North Africa. A
Vegan Taste of Thailand. A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean. A Vegan Taste of the Middle East. Vegan Baking. Vegan Barbecues and Buffets. Vegan Dinner Parties. Please add a note on the paypal screen to advice which you would like. Price includes postage.
HARRY MATHER BOOKS
Looking for a Green World
by Harry Mather (former editor of Vegan Views magazine). £2.50. Self published by Harry in 1983, it covers ecology, animal rights, unemployment, the green movement, war and disarmament. Price includes postage.
Sunshine and Shadow: an Autobiography
by Wilfred Crone. £7.50. Wilfred was a fruitarian and published many articles in Vegan Views magazine. He also wrote down many of his stories, and they were discovered after he died. Harry Mather put this book together from them. Price includes postage.