Paul Mobb’s lifestyle may provide a hint of things to come. He sees life from the bottom up, in amazing detail.
One of the reasons I got into nutrition in my teens was that I did a lot of endurance exercise – long-distance cross-country walking, backpacking, and cycle touring. I didn’t “go vegan” as such; I just realised that eating really cheaply, having light-weight food for travel, and packing a whole lot of nutrition in a small space, made vegan whole-foods far preferable to the canned or dried rubbish generally on offer to campers in the 1980s.
Back then I (unwittingly) evolved a simple snack that packed a balance of protein, fats, and carbohydrates that kept me going: Lambas Scones