Thats the strong impression I'm getting.
That, and over time, people providing these services are moving onto instagram to promote their businesses - and thats something i don't use - I'm missing out.
I've gone with a local business we've relied on in the past (veg).
Unsolicited Hastings vegan review:
-The Prince Albert pub (all vegan) is amazing and a must visit
-The Hempist all vegan junk food is pretty dece, I didn't try the banana blossom fish n chips tho
-Monelli's Pizza vegan Margherita is a banger
Anyone got suggestions for vegan places in Brighton?
Had a Really Happy Chicken burger last weekend. Would Happy Chicken again.
There's a great donut/coffee place called Glazed. Loving Hut was also alright, pretty reasonable prices.
nice one. I am suggesting a forum ride to Hastings immediately to sample the delights of the Prince Albert.
I've been meaning to ride to Brighton quite specifically to go to Happy Maki for ages. I had some at some vegan festival/trade show some years back, and while I haven't sampled the shop, it can't be bad based on what I had.
Thanks for the suggestions! Loving Hut is a real blast from the past, haven't been there in years, is it still in the weird little hut with all of the culty stuff?
What the pitta, glazed, and happy maki are all firm family favourites!
Cycled through Shrewsbury and stopped by at Okra, I had a wrap with deep fried tofu, Korean bbq sauce, slaw, shop made kimchi and fresh flatbread. Been craving another since I left!
Also got a nice Seitan and sriracha wrap from Little Devils in Aberystwyth. Not quite on par with the above but a tasty treat nonetheless :)
Also I didn’t take a pic but my brother bought a load of vegan cinnamon and Chelsea buns from Pelican Bakery, also in Aberystwyth. Were 👌
I rode from Birmingham to Shrewsbury a few months back with the end point as Okra, food is great!
That looks absolutely incredible!
Oof, call me!
Of course, I should have said: 'Do you want me to e-mail them?' Sorry, wasn't thinking.
Purezza (O.G.), Glazed, The Longhouse Cafe
In case anyone was interested, we went to Happy Maki and it was great! Perfect to eat on the beach, would highly recommend.
Considering buying a dehydrator to make home made meals for wild camping trips, but also thought trying Seitan Jerkie might be an idea, anyone tried this out of interest?
Couple of mates back in Austraila have them. They make a load of outdoor meals and all their own trail snacks - dried mango, fruit "leather" etc. Want one but probably wouldn't make enough use of it.
Yeah that is my concern too. Might experiment with making jerky in the regular oven first before investing in a dehydrator
Vegan leather made from mangos.
This is the moment we’ve been waiting for (me and the other Irish vegan):
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