Kalifornia Kitchen is a new (ish) plant-based restaurant in central London. The all-day cafe-cum- restaurant serves a menu of healthy dishes to be eaten in or taken out. It’s motto is “Healthy is sexy” and it is free from animal products and single use plastic. Be warned if you visit Kalifornia Kitchen- everything is pink.… Continue reading Eating My Way Through London: Kalifornia Kitchen
It has been all about the vegan food for me recently. I’m an omnivore but have a soft spot for vegan food. For this reason I found myself drawn to vegan fare- I often say that I prefer vegan burgers to meat ones. I recently visited StrEATfeast at Alexander Palace, where there was a wide… Continue reading Last Night A Vegan Saved My Life
Bristol is a foodie’s paradise. There’s such a vast selection of good places to eat throughout the city. I was lucky enough to be gifted the chance to go on a food tour when I visited my friend Anna there a few months ago. Also- our tour guide was vegan as was my friend, so… Continue reading Bristol: A City of Culinary Pleasures
As some people may already know, one of my good friends, Anna, and her partner are vegan. Before meeting them, I didn’t know much about veganism. Since they came into my life in 2013, I have spent time with them, educating myself about the vegan lifestyle and what it entails, which has been somewhat of… Continue reading Vegan Junk Food
Another luscious meal that was cooked for me by a friend. I have never tried quorn before but my friend is vegetarian. I actually really liked it, I don’t know whether I’d want it as a regular substitute for meat but I enjoyed it and would definitely eat it again.
Vantra Vitro is a small restaurant nestled along Oxford Street in London, specialising in healthy food. Everything is vegan which is why a group of us ended up there for my vegan friend Anna’ s birthday last weekend. The restaurant doesn’t sell alcohol so I drank Elderflower water instead (somebody tried the Mangoade). The food… Continue reading Vantra Vitro
This was served at a party that took place in October. I have crazy friends. It also proves that it is possible to create a tasty Christmas feast that is completely vegan.