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Kick it right down

Brighton is full of fantastic food choices for the discerning vegan. There are numerous vegetarian cafes scattered throughout the town and certainly no shortage of options on the menus of omnivorous eateries. Unfortunately, there is a vegetarian restaurant that I … Continue reading

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Hold the cheese

Pizza is a treat not often on offer to vegans. Most mainstream, mass-produced pizzas are heaped with dairy cheese and/or contain animal fats within their dough bases. Vegans have for a long time been excluded from this common snack, but … Continue reading

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“Spicer won’t want fish and chips,” Dallow said.

Brighton is a shining star for vegans looking to brighten their lives with some cruelty-free dining. Unfortunately the shine has been dimmed a whole lot with the sad closing of a vegetarian supernova. Red Veg was a fantastic idea. As … Continue reading

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It’s a bout time

I love vegan food. I love vegan beer. I love roller derby. Cram these three things into a fun afternoon in London and I’m a fabulously-happy FGV. A few weekends back, Josh and I went on a little journey to … Continue reading

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Something I’m having a hard time resisting

It is time for a straight up vegan food blog post. Sometimes I love simply describing a delicious meal and nothing more. 222 Veggie Vegan is a glorious restaurant situated in West London. If you want details on their fabulous … Continue reading

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Each ridge and narrow bridge

I apologise in advance for the money you will be forced to spend after reading this review. The plane tickets, the train bookings and the coach fares will be inevitable. Sowerby Bridge is a picturesque village situated approximately halfway between … Continue reading

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Not so amazing

I’m not usually one for disrespecting meat-free establishments, but neither will I pretend they are all fabulous havens of delectable and mouth-watering food. If you find yourself stranded in Leeds for the day, places to eat vegan food are not … Continue reading

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