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Aaron Calder

Aaron Calder

Self Taught Chef, Blogger, YouTuber, Recipe Maker & Advisor.

About Me

Interview with Omari McQueen

Interviews

Omari McQueen

CEO of Dipalicious. The world’s youngest restaurateur & the youngest chef in the UK.

Q & A

1. Please tell me a little more about yourself and your social media.

1. I am 11 years old, I’m also the CEO of Dipalicious a vegan food company, the youngest restaurateur in the world and youngest vegan chef in the UK.

I live in London with my mum, dad and 5 other siblings.

 
2. How long have you been vegan? 
 
2. I have been vegan for nearly 4 years.
 
3. Why did you decide to go vegan?
 
3. I saw a PETA UK video on YouTube and I didn’t like the way animals were being treated for food and clothes so I decided I will go vegan.
 
4. How has it changed your life, health and outlook?
 

4. Since I’ve been vegan I kept on hearing people say you can’t be vegan and healthy so I started to research for myself and I realised how much healthier it was for my body.

Now I teach others about the benefits of healthy foods on my Top Tip Tuesday’s.
 
5. What’s the hardest thing about being vegan?
 

5. I don’t see anything hard about being vegan, being vegan isn’t a diet it’s a lifestyle that chooses not to harm animals.

If you believe that harming animals is wrong being vegan is easy.

 

 6. What’s your favourite meal?

6. I love my BBQ Jackfruit wraps they are the best.

                                                      7. Are there any foods you miss or crave?

7. No as I now know what happens
 8. Have you convinced any friends or family to change their lifestyle?
 
8. Yes, I have two of my siblings a few of my friends and my family eat mostly vegan as they love my cooking.
9. Who/what is your biggest inspiration?
 

9. Gordon Ramsay inspires me but the more people I meet the more I am inspired. I would love to one day meet with Jaden Smith he inspires me too.  

10. What advice would you give someone who is thinking about going vegan?
 
10. I would say try different foods use seasoning to adapt to your own taste and if they are going vegan for the animals like me I would say don’t think about what it used to taste like think about the process and you won’t go back.

"Since I've been vegan I kept on hearing people say you can’t be vegan and healthy so I started to research for myself and I realised how much healthier it was for my body."

I don’t see anything hard about being vegan, being vegan isn’t a diet it’s a lifestyle that chooses not to harm animals.
 
If you believe that harming animals is wrong being vegan is easy.
 
  • Omari McQueen

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Self taught cook, Blogger, YouTuber, Recipe Maker & Advisor. Living with liver disease & healing through a vegan diet.

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