{Guest post} Does apple juice have eggs in it?

I am thrilled to be guest blogging at Appetite Affliction today.  🙂

I write about my experiences of parenting tiny vegans, in the 0-5 age range.

Nat is the creator of Appetite Affliction. Some of you already know her. But for those who don’t, Nat is a vegan, a lover of tahini and, like me, she lives in Australia and shares her home with mischievous magpies. 😉

I also regard her as a friend.


A mischievous magpie.


Does apple juice have eggs in it?

My daughter was 3 years old when she posed this question. It marks the first occasion that she asked about the ‘vegan status’ of a food. It was an important milestone in my eyes, and I remember the moment fondly.

Today, I have been sharing my life with tiny vegans for almost a decade.

To continue reading this post, click here.


A massive thank you to Nat, for giving me the opportunity to share my vegan parenting journey with the readers of Appetite Affliction.

To readers of Made of Stars, I encourage you to explore the recipes and restaurant reviews on Appetite Affliction.

Also, I direct all Star Wars fans to this page. I am considering the Banana-Passionfruit Lego Stormtrooper cake for a tiny vegan’s up-coming birthday party.



About Ally
Mamma. Vegan. I blog at Made of Stars.

5 Responses to {Guest post} Does apple juice have eggs in it?

  1. susykat says:

    I really love this post!

  2. Sophie33 says:

    I really enjoyed your post, Ally! Well done! 🙂 xxx

  3. Sara says:

    I just recently started eating tahini, love it spread on rice cakes. Along those same lines have you ever tried Halva? It is amazing, I highly recommend it. You can find it online if not in a specialty or health shop. The one I like [brand name removed] is just the ground sesame seeds sweetened with honey, it’s beautiful!!

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