Bristol Viva! Vegan Festival 2019

After a huge success Viva! are back again for their Christmas festival, returning to Bristol Student Unions on Saturday 7th December 2019!

£3 Entry on the door, under 16’s free! We are also offering student entry at just £2 on the door. VIP tickets are still available to buy in advance, these come with FANTASTIC, exclusive goody bag! Standard tickets are also available in advance, buy them now and skip the queues on the day!

With over 90 stalls of delicious food, clothes, amazing vegan and ethical gifts and much more this will be a great day out.

There will also be talks and live cookery demonstrations all day for people wanting to learn more about the vegan diet.

Everyone is welcome, please bring family and friends!

See more info HERE

Two Broke Girls (vegan)

www.instagram.com/twobrokegirlsjourney

Two Broke Girls pop up at Bristol & Bath Rum distillery – SEE HERE

Pop up street food that is 100% plant based. We’re passionate about GOOD food, that is not only creative, trendy, & indulgent but also kind, conscious and sustainable.

Check out our ‘fillet’ of banana blossom, coated in a spicy jerk seasoning, loaded with smashed black beans, fresh mango salsa, finished with a HOT pepper sauce & mango mayo. Kansas City King Oysters… First we rub em, then we smoke em, then we smother em.. Served alongside a celeriac & apple slaw, crunchy & fresh. It’s easy being vegan 🌱

Follow our journey!

 

Seitans Heaven

www.facebook.com/seitansheaven

Available soon, our range of 100% vegan sausages!

Also see PlumJam .

An aspiring independent business, focusing on delivering quality home made vegan dishes and great beers. Having previously worked as independent advisors within the industry we also offer advice and consultancy services, custom comissions on bakery items and pop up kitchen services. Based in Bristol, UK!

 

Tempeh Meades

www.instagram.com/tempehmeades

Bristol-based Tempeh Maker.

Gluten-free, high protein, delicious and made from pulses grown in the UK.

Chickpea tempeh, balsamic glaze, spectacular flavour. Experimented with a bigger block. Came out pretty crumbly and sub par. Notes have been taken, measurements adjusted, and black bean tempeh is coming up next. It’s taken a little bit of tinkering around but we now have our fava tempeh in the bag. Next we’re going to spice it up a little. Fortunately, I already have a bag of hodmedods finest British quinoa to hand.

Launching in September! Get in.