Say hello to the BagNut
It came to me in a dream.
There haven’t been many times in my life when I’ve watched a dream come true before my very eyes. Actually, this might be the first legitimate dream of mine that has been turned into reality.
It all started when I had a dream about a bagel filled with vegan bacon and cheese that had been battered and deep fried. It was such a vivid dream that I was instantly obsessed with the idea.
Fast forward to a few days ago and I was talking to my mate Dave of superstar vegan eatery Make No Bones in Sheffield about the BagNut (yes, bagel + donut = BagNut) and he agreed to make it for me.
I was floored!
My dream originally featured the bagel being held together with string before being battered and fried, but Dave knows what he is doing and used wooden skewers to hold it all together.
So what you can see below is the world’s first ever BagNut. A lightly toasted bagel filled with seitan bacon, cheese sauce, and pickles before being battered and deep fried.
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Hold on to your freakin 🎩 🎩 because I’ve just invented a new food. I was telling my mate Dave at @mnbvegan in Sheffield about a dream I had about a BagNut. A BagNut is a a bagel filled with seitan bacon, pickles and cheese sauce, then battered and deep fried. Yep, it is a cross between a bagel and a donut. BagNut! And guess what? Dave made it for me and it was perfection. It was the tastiest thing I’ve had in years. And guess what again?! @mnbvegan is adding the BagNut to their menu soon! Stay tuned. #vegan #vegansheffield
To make this situation even better, Dave and Make No Bones have agreed to add the BagNut to their menu sometime in the coming days.
If you are ever in Sheffield, you need to make time to grab a BagNut. It is a taste sensation. If you live in Sheffield, I pray you have willpower or else this might become tea a few times a week.
Make No Bones is now located in new mega vegan venue Church: Temple of Fun which is also an amazing vegan bar and Drop Dead clothing boutique. I’ve also seen a new vegan tattoo studio being built inside the venue this week.
You can see the exact location of Make No Bones/Church online thanks to Google Maps.
Extra news: Make No Bones and Church are hosting the official Sheffield Vegan Beer Fest after party on Saturday August 18, 2018 from 8pm. If you show your beer fest wrist band at the bar you get 10% off food orders and 10% off the official after party cocktail, the Slow Burner.
Click here to order cheap £4 Sheffield Vegan Beer Fest tickets online or pay £7 on the door.