LVB’s August Favourites

To end my whole month of BEDA (Blogging Every Day in August), I thought I would show you all what I have been loving this month. Here are my August favourites.

Hurrah Lip balm

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Hurraw offers tons of different scents but the lime is definitely my fave. Leaves lips soft and moisturised. https://www.hurrawbalm.com

Tesco Free From Choc ‘N’ Crispie Bar

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Another triumph from the Tesco Free From range, I already love their dairy free chocolate buttons, this Choc ‘N’ Crispie bar has the taste of milk chocolate with a crunchy texture. http://www.tesco.com/groceries/

Dr Organic Virgin Olive Oil Hand and Nail Cream

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Perfect for this time of year, this cream has a subtle, pleasant smell and a lovely rich consistency. I am yet to be disappointed by a Dr Organic product. http://www.hollandandbarrett.com

Tahini

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My favourite store cupboard ingredient. I use this for salad dressings as well as a sauce for buddha bowls and stir fry’s. http://www.tesco.com/groceries/ 

Wonder by RJ Palacio

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A recent 5 star read, Wonder tells the story of August, a 10 year old boy with a facial deformity and his first year at school from the perspective of himself as well as his friends and family. Heartwarming, touching and thought provoking. http://rjpalacio.com

Tesco Cheese Nachos

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My final favourite this month is this new Free From product from Tesco – Cheese flavour nachos. Satisfying and delicious, a great authentic cheesy taste with a hint of garlic. Love. http://www.tesco.com/groceries/

Thanks for reading.

London Vegan Bird

P.S. I’m (sadly) not actually sponsored by Tesco but it is generally where I shop. Other supermarket retailers are available.

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2 thoughts on “LVB’s August Favourites

  1. Joyce Chen says:

    We read Wonder in school as part of this “One Book One School” movement – it truly challenges you to put aside your prejudices and think in a completely different way. Great post ❤

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