Fee O'Shea is a kiwi vegan author, coach and conscious consumer. After adopting a vegetarian lifestyle in the 90's she experimented with many different ingredients in order to create more appetizing and appealing food as New Zealand, at that time, was no where near embracing vegetarianism.
Early into the second decade of the 21st century, Fee had begun to learn about the welfare of farmed animals not only overseas, but more importantly, within New Zealand. It was this knowledge of the farming industry that led her to adopt a vegan lifestyle.
She is actively involved with SAFE, a New Zealand organization which campaigns to stop factory farming along with other animal welfare issues, and she does what she can to help educate others to the benefits of adopting animal free living even if it is only for one day a week. She has an active blog where she takes great delight in venting her frustrations with animal welfare, lack of vegan choices, environment, short-sighted politicians and other things.
Fee has three children, two of whom are vegan, and three grandchildren. All her children have followed in her footsteps by being adventurous and creative great cooks and extremely conscious of animal welfare and planet earth.