Veganism is one of the most effective ways to stop animal exploitation, help the planet, and improve personal health. January is now Veganuary, so check out the Veganuary site for more info & below for Bristol / Bath related places to help with January & beyond.
“Vx has always been about firsts. We were the first 100% vegan shop in the UK. We were the first outlet to stock many of the biggest vegan brands and to import many new products. And we’re going to be bringing it all and more to Bristol! Our new Bristol venue will be an enhanced version of Vx London – a 20 seat café and some Bristol-only exclusive vegan goodies” Vx
“Great food and friendly vibes, I’ll be back ASAP!!” Andy
Vegan junk food now found at Vx in Bedminster. See HERE.
Look forward to VegfestUK Bristol 2016 –
the UK’s biggest vegan event.
Vegfest Bristol tickets on sale in Feb.
“Not a BLT but sure as hell acts like one. Homemade olive and pumpkin toast, homemade tofunaise. And of course homemade coconut not bacon.” Matter Wholefoods in Easton
The 18 Things That Everyone Needs To Eat In Bristol & Bath…Part 3 (vg) may also help your month. See HERE.
Cafe Kino cake,
& the Best Cakes in Bristol (vg).
“this was vegan (no cheese pizza) at Flour and Ash.” frymus
Not-for-profit membership association,
your vegan friend for life,
and Bristol based. See HERE.
“Harvest has been supplying the people of Bath with a cornucopia of natural, non-GMO, vegetarian & vegan food, and ecological products for over 35 years.”
“Almost all of our food is vegan, all is suitable for vegetarians”. The Black Sheep
“Lovely food and staff. So pleased to see contemporary, tasty vegan food on the Gloucester Road. Really nice atmosphere and reasonably priced too. This is gonna be one of my top locals” Jane. Info HERE.
“The most powerful action you can take to end animal suffering, improve your health, protect the environment and bring fairness to the world’s poor is to stop eating meat, dairy and fish. Support us and help Viva! campaign for a better world.” Juliet Gellatley, Founder & Director of Viva!
“A community health hub in Bristol,
a unique space to discover new pathways to wellness and vitality.”
Check out NEW all day organic BIG Hub Breakfast and more vegan breakfast options HERE.
“Choice is large, varied and tasty. Each of the 30 different oriental dishes is a delicate balance of texture, aroma, flavour and colour. 17 are available in vegetarian or vegan versions.”
Take advantage of the free Sky Juice from Teoh’s
and drop by Teoh’s Oriental Supermarket.
“A bus? It’s a 1979 Bristol VR double decker that has been craned into it’s new permanent spot inside the Bearpit. As the name suggests it was built in Bristol and was rescued from a local bus graveyard & renovated. Upstairs is for dining, downstairs is the kitchen.” Bearritos
“Tofu tacos from the Bearritos van in the Bearpit.” Claire
“Although these days falafel is widely available across the city, they pride themselves on being called one of Bristol’s vegan institutions’.” FK
“What hungry vegans eat when in a hurry.” frymus. Falafel from the king.
“This was totally amazing..” dont_thrill_me_no_more
Jerk tofu, dumplings, plantain, all from Fi Real.
“We opened in May 2014 after a life-long dream of sharing healthy food with people” Fi Real
“This, my friends, is one big mofo vegan burger.
From the Lion Cliftonwood across the road (lucky!!!).
It was as big as my face. Seriously.” trumpette310
How about a
“wintery night in with Leafy green chilli and some hummingbird cake to follow”. brionykay
Whilst our food is totally vegan, we design dishes with complexity, texture and flavour to appeal to everyone – even the most dedicated meat eater. Leafy Green
“Lounging by No 1 Harbourside eating this amazing
#vegan gnocchi with cashew and butternut squash
is the perfect way to end a Sunday” greenspinach
“Vegan wellington roast at The Vittoria.” Claire
From Chris & Jo’s Kitchen
Thx instagrammers, twitter & FB for the pics.