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Master Chef Malta Should Go Vegan, Animal Rights Organisation Suggests

Master Chef Malta Should Go Vegan, Animal Rights Organisation Suggests
Feb 29 2024 Share

Animal Liberation Malta (ALM) has recently made a call for the popular TV show Master Chef Malta to embrace veganism, echoing practices adopted by Michelin-starred and renowned plant-based restaurants.

This appeal comes in the wake of last Sunday’s episode, which an argument from the animal rights organisation In the episode, contestants were faced with the task of preparing dishes using 12 de-skinned rabbits. The presentation of these animals not only left some of the participants shocked but also ignited a broader conversation about the ethics of using animals as food amongst the vegan community.

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ALM’s statement highlighted a fundamental disconnect in how people generally perceive meat versus the animals it comes from. They stated, “Well, on the daily basis people dissociate meat (which comes from animals) and the animal itself. When one doesn’t look into the eyes of the animal, it’s easy to treat a ‘piece of meat’ as an object, but when looking directly into the eye, a sense of morality arises in one’s mind. Is this fair? Is it fair that just for a ‘challenge’ 12 lives, 12 rabbits, had to go through such horrific pain and fright?”

ALM’s message calls for a reevaluation of culinary practices, urging for a shift towards more ethical and compassionate choices in the culinary world.

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Dive Into March Madness: 50% Off Sushi at Hugo’s Lounge!

Dive Into March Madness: 50% Off Sushi at Hugo's Lounge!
Feb 28 2024 Share

Hugo’s Lounge is spicing up March with an exclusive sushi promotion that will have sushi enthusiasts and foodies alike marking their calendars. In a special March offer, Hugo’s Lounge is offering an incredible 50% off on sushi every Wednesday and Sunday throughout the entire month. This mouthwatering deal is also extended to include special occasions like St. Patrick’s Day on March 17th and Easter on March 31st, making it the perfect opportunity to celebrate with some delectable sushi.

The offer is designed to accommodate everyone’s schedule with two dinner sittings available. Guests can choose to dine early between 6PM and 8.45PM or opt for a later sitting from 9PM till the restaurant closes. It’s important to note that this tantalizing offer is redeemable only through bookings, ensuring that every guest receives the best possible experience. Unfortunately, those looking for delivery or takeaway will have to dine in to enjoy this promotion.

With limited seats available, it’s advisable to book your spot in advance to not miss out on this exclusive sushi deal at Hugo’s Lounge. Ready to indulge in some of the best sushi around at half the price? Make your reservation today by calling 27421217. Don’t miss this chance to treat yourself and your loved ones to an unforgettable sushi experience this March!

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Thunder Storm Expected Tomorrow End Of February

Thunder Storm Expected Tomorrow End Of February
Feb 28 2024 Share

According to weather forecasts, tomorrow, Thursday 29th February, is expected to bring thundery rain showers, with low temperatures of 10 degrees Celsius. 

According to the Meteorological Office, tomorrow is set to feel like 17 degrees Celsius, with Friday 1st March also bringing isolated showers. 

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The weekend is set to be rather sunnier on Saturday and Sunday but the new month will begin with more turbulent weather. 

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Prime Minister Wants Parliament Barriers Removed

Prime Minister Wants Parliament Barriers Removed
Feb 28 2024 Share

Asked about the Malta Parliament Barriers, Prime Minister Robert Abela said that he had been pressuring the Speaker to remove the parliament barriers. 

 

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He said that the parliament should not be made into a fortress and that we should strive for the parliament to be the highest institution of the country. 

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People should be kept close and not be prohibited from entering. He emphasised having security on a case by case basis when required but not having the parliament barricaded at all times. 

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