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Breakfast was lovely

So much has been going on since I returned home from Mexico City. It has been a whirlwind of activity.

But certainly one of the highlights for me since arriving back in the UK was hosting the mammoth London Vegan Breakfast Club in conjunction with Shambhu’s Vegan Catering.

40 people packed into the kitchen and canteen known as The Food Chain in King’s Cross to enjoy one incredibly satisfying morning meal. The plates were piled high with vegan breakfast delights such as fried bread, baked beans, sausages, greens and hash browns. Attendees guzzled record amounts of fairtrade coffee, tea and orange juice while the organic olive leaf tea was a smash hit, too.

Many thanks to all who came along. It was a wonderful community event.

Huge thanks to the companies involved in feeding the masses. Please click through to follow these people on Twitter and let them know how much it means that they support the vegan community: Fry’s Vegetarian (sausages), Mr. Organic (baked beans), Soyfoods (tofu), Vx (discount vouchers) and Mirabilia Olive Leaf Tea (tea, obviously!).

Finally, enjoy the photos below!

Nishma of Shambhu's serving Soyfoods tofu and prepping Mr Organic baked beans

Nishma of Shambhu’s serving Soyfoods tofu & prepping Mr Organic baked beans

We served a LOT of sausages on the day

We served a LOT of sausages on the day

The scramble was a hit

The scramble was a hit

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  1. Sounds amazing! I would really love to join one of the events sometime. Just a bit of a trek from Leicester.

  2. […] Shambhu’s Vegan Catering (you will recall the giant vegan breakfast event I hosted with them last month). Go to their website  to see the special menu and place your order for […]

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