Glorious vegan calzone comes to London

I know this news is going to make a lot of people happy. Really happy.

Actually, the happiness-inducing news is in a few parts. Let me break it down for you.

A new vegan mozzarella is launching very soon across London. Created by the talented Anne’s Vegan Pleasures, the Melt Me mozzarella looks stunning. Check out the photos below:

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This stuff looks fabulous and is being packaged and prepared for retail outlets as I type.

If you can’t wait until you can buy it in your local health food store, I’ve got some top news for you.

Melt Me has teamed up with Italian street trader Orso for a series of outings where they will bring glorious vegan calzone to the hungry masses starting this weekend!

Get along this weekend to try some decadent Vegan Calzone Fritti. They will be selling two varieties including asparagus with wild garlic, tomato and Melt Me mozzarella as well as aubergine with mushroom, tomato and Melt Me mozzarella.

You can find these tasty treats at the following locations:

Friday April 22, 2016 between 10am and 3pm at Startisans Market 77 Shelton Street Covent garden

Friday April 22, 2016 between 6pm and 10pm and Saturday April 23, 2016 between 2pm and 10pm at Open Jack Weekender New River Studios 199 Eade Rd, London N4 1DN

Saturday April 23, 2016 between 10am and 4pm Partridges Market, Duke of York Square, Chelsea

Sunday April 24, 2016 between 10am and 3pm at Alexandra Palace Farmers Market

Now that all the info has been shared, who wants to see some photos of the vegan calzone?!

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Written by fatgayvegan

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  1. I went to the one Covent Garden stall today. The calzone was tasty although a little greasy, and the mozzarella had a lovely texture. I was really disappointed that they served meat though, and the people preparing the food didn’t use separate equipment for making vegan calzones. Not only that but they handled the meat without washing their hands before making the vegan ones, and even handled money without washing hands before going back to the food prep! Quite off-putting when it should’ve been about the food.

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