Vegan Christmas Market announcement

As you have probably heard, I am teaming up with Hackney Downs Studios to bring London a super-fun and tasty Vegan Christmas Market on Saturday December 17, 2016.

The market is going to be rammed solid with some of the finest vegan food in the country and I’m so very excited to let you know about a few of the attractions.

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Please give a warm welcome to the first batch of confirmed stallholders for the Vegan Christmas Market:

Peanut Butter Bakery – adored vegan bakery stall certain to be swamped for their Christmas-themed treats. I’ve heard rumours of Xmas donuts. Follow them on Instagram.

Essential Vegan – always a sold out event for these caterers. Plenty of cakes that fans will be used to with some surprise festive twists as well. Follow them on Instagram.

Battered – this is a Vegan Christmas Market exclusive. The vegan fish and chips truck is driving to the capital ONLY for this event. Be one of the first in London to try their amazing food. Follow them on Twitter.

Temple of Seitan – if you don’t know how incredibly amazing this food company is, you are in for a pleasant surprise. Deep fried done to perfection. Follow them on Instagram.

Rupert’s Street – the unmissable bright yellow truck featuring Emily cooking up hearty winter warmers. Follow them on Instagram.

Mouse’s Favourite – the vegan cheese company taking over London is going to be well stocked with all your festive cheese needs. Bring a shopping bag for this stall! Follow them on Instagram.

That’s it for now. I don’t want to overwhelm you.

We have plenty more announcements to come so be certain to scribble the date in your diary and stay tuned for updates.

You will not want to be anywhere else as one of the best vegan food lineups in the country crash lands in Hackney for one day only.

RSVP to the Facebook event and be sure to invite friends. The event is free entry. It is an outdoor market in winter so please dress warmly.

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