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Eating Out at Stem and Glory


Eating Out at Stem and Glory

Vegan Life reviews the plant based food at Stem and Glory’s two Cambridge locations   Stem and Glory have two locations in Cambridge — its Chesterton Rd branch is very much a restaurant, whilst King Street is a more relaxed café-like atmosphere which you can pop into for a coffee and a small plate or…

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Temple of Seitan Collaborate With Brewery For New Site

Temple of Seitan are collaborating with Lost Rivers Brewing Co at their Old Street site in London for a permanent residency onsite. Organised by BLAX-UK, there are going to be other pop-ups in the future, however Temple of Seitan is a permanent feature, with exclusive dishes available. Temple of Seitan owner, Pat O’Shea said: “We…

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Cardiff Vegan Pop Up Announces Permanent Location

Cardiff vegan pop up, Greazy Vegan, have announced that they are opening a permanent location. The vegan junk food company are setting up on the former site of Seasons Bar and Café at the entrance to the Castle Arcade. Owner Zoe Skinner spoke to Wales Online and explained that the idea for Greazy Vegan came…

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5 things we learnt about the UK’s first ‘bleeding’ burger

'bleeding' burger

Last night, we were invited along to the press launch of the UK’s first ‘bleeding burger. The US may have been at the ‘bleeding’ game for a while with brands Beyond Meat and The Impossible Burger changing perceptions about the potential for vegan food across the States, but this side of the Atlantic, we’ve been…

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Vegan Afternoon Tea Around the UK

vegan afternoon teas uk

We give you just a handful of the places around the UK that let you indulge your sweet tooth with Vegan Afternoon Tea.   The Willow Tearooms, Glasgow Not exclusively vegan, you will need to pre-book for an afternoon tea SFV . The service is particularly good here and they have a large free-from menu.…

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Eating Out at Veggie Galaxy, Boston

Veggie Galaxy Boston Massachusetts

Vegan Life writes about Veggie Galaxy in Boston, MA, where you can fully indulge in an American diner experience with zero animal products.     Boston is the capital of Massachusetts and New England’s largest city it is also the perfect place to be at this time of year. In Autumn, or fall if you’re…

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What Should You Do When You Accidentally Eat Meat at a Restaurant?


Jen Waters talks to two vegan restaurant customers who, due to human error, accidentally ended up eating meat   “I had asked a few times, and the waiter promised the dish was just rice and vegetables. Almost as soon as I took a bite, I realised there was chicken in it. It’s fair to say…

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Exclusive Taste Test: What Does The McVegan Taste Like?

Written exclusively for Vegan Life by Brent Morrissey. The McVegan is a superhot topic right now. Articles along with debates about the McVegan are popping up everywhere and not exclusively on all vegan websites but it also being covered by major news outlets like the BBC to NME and even Men´s Fitness magazine. So how…

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Meet the Chef – Holly And Christophe From Cradle In Sudbury

Cradle, Sudbury

We spoke to Holly Sutton and Christophe Vigié, who run Cradle, a vegan restuarant based in Sudbury, Suffolk.   Can you tell us a little bit about your own vegan journey?   Holly :  I’ve been a vegetarian for most of my life, starting when I first saw the meat van outside the butchers in my…

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Vegan Afternoon Tea at Carey’s Manor

Vegan Life reviews the afternoon tea at Carey’s Manor, who introduced a vegan option after noticing a growing demand with customers   The classic argument — cream or jam first — is debated with as much passion as whether you say sc-ow-ne or sc-o-ne. However, one thing we can all agree on is that scones…

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The UK And Europe’s Most Vegan-Friendly Cities

Manchester, Edinburgh and Leicester have been found to be the United Kingdom’s most vegan-friendly cities according to holiday letting search engine, Holidu. Unfortunately, London was placed tenth in the European comparison list, topped by Amsterdam. Using data from HappyCow on the number of vegan restaurants and options in each city, and cross-referencing that with the…

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