The Happy Donut Co (vegan)

www.thehappydonut.co.uk

Handmade Vegan donuts for a naughty treat or a special occasion. Supplying cafes in Somerset with delicious goods.

The food culture of our city is robust and unique. There‘s more and more to discover. But alas, your Vegan Donut awaits you. With a soft and fluffy centre, surrounded by a flavourful outer, this will be the best Vegan Donut you’ve ever locked your lips on. With a range of flavours to feast your eyes on, the Donut adventure will never end. Every single one of our donuts is handmade and decorated in the heart of the City of Bath. Each donut is individual and each one is like no other.

Just because no animals are harmed in the process, does not mean these aren’t utterly delicious. Does it? At The Happy Donut Co. we have perfected our recipe to the max to give our customers the best possible donut. You do not have to be Vegan to enjoy these bad boys, they are suitable for everyone! Don’t just take our word for it, give ’em a try and let us know what you think.

Valami Plant-based Charcuterie

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Small batch, handmade, plant-based Charcuterie. Coming soon – join our mailing list to be the first to try.

Today was a major breakthrough.⁣ After many delays and a frustrating number of failed experiments I think I’ve cracked the holy grail and got plant-based Pepperoni that does cupping.⁣ In case you’re not familiar with the term “cupping” it is an artifact of cooking charcuterie that has been made in natural casings.

There’s still a way to go flavour wise with this recipe as I’ve been using cheap simulations of the rather expensive spices that I use in my previous working recipe. However, I have a recipe to work from so things are looking good for 2020⁣. My priority is the Vegan Pepperoni. Once i’ve got that nailed i’ll continue to work on other types of charcuterie, the development schedule at the moment is: Vegan Pepperoni, Vegan Milano Salami, Vegan Pancetta, Vegan Chorizo. Handmade, 100% plant-based Charcuterie – coming soon to the UK.

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Seitan’s Chariot (vegan)

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Plant-Powered Patties, Roasts & Cold Cuts. We are a vegan owned and run business that will be donating 10% of net profits to animal rights causes and sanctuaries. From the first order, to the last

After doing a soft trial in-house at Asado over the month of October we were astonished that sales of our plant-based chicken alternative burgers outperformed predictions…3 TIMES OVER!!! And what amazing feedback we’ve had so far, both from the chefs and customers. So, for now you need to get down and try the Asado Vegan Burger, plant-powered by Seitan’s Chariot or why not kick back at home and order via deliveroo!

Southern fried seitan patty in a beautifully flavoured batter and served in a soft bun with pineapple and habanero ketchup, pickled slaw and vegan mayo. Their skins-on chunky rosemary fries are to die for too! Asado is a great little spot for a gathering with friends and with the christmas party season fast approaching, it’s the perfect venue to book if you have mixed diets in your group but want to eat vegan and not miss out on something special.

 

Tempeh Meades

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Tempeh Meades was conceptualised whilst we were living on the Kenyan coast (then known as ‘Pojo Tempeh’; using just banana leaves and the East African heat for production). When our travels took us to Indonesia (where tempeh originates) Ben seized the opportunity to train in commercial tempeh production in West Java.

On returning to the UK and settling in Bristol, the tempeh business evolved to Tempeh Meades, and the workshop was established in the city centre. The name is a play on Bristol’s main train station (Temple Meads) which is close to where the workshop is located, combined with Ben’s surname (Meade). Clearly, it was meant to be!

Here at Tempeh Meades, we’re passionate about our product: it’s fermented, high in protein and made by hand. We’re currently working on new varieties using British-grown pulses. We think tempeh is for everyone: it’s a food that is good for you, and good for the planet too. We offer soy and soy free varieties of tempeh, made using a handful of natural ingredients.

Lucy’s Lollies (vegan)

www.lucyslollies.co.uk

A family run Bristol based ice lolly business combining fruit and veg juice together to make unique, refreshing and healthy ice lollies.

All of our ice lollies are made with only 100% freshly squeezed natural fruit and veg juice, nothing else added. We have 6 different recipes and it was important to us to aim for approximately 50% veg and fruit combination, because veg is so important and we genuinely think it tastes delicious, particularly when combined with the scrumptious flavours of fruit. We also want to offer a healthy alternative which simply tastes great. We choose only the best fresh ingredients, and try to get organic, Fairtrade and locally sourced wherever possible. Also our lollies our not just delicious, refreshing and healthy, they are vegan, dairy free, gluten free with no added sugar.

It is really important to us here at Lucy’s Lollies to care for our environment and so have chosen to use biodegradable and compostable packaging for our ice lollies.

Good Food By Sumear

www.foodbysumear.co.uk

An ex-web developer and marketing consultant, I have turned my attention solely to food. With the two sides of indulging in eating cheese and making healthy food choices, I have a series of foods that I produce and sell in markets in the Bristol/Keynsham area.

Want to try my food or want to get to know me? I take part in various markets in my local area and further a field in Somerset. Visit my stall and take a look around my fellow market vendors. Products usually for sale: Dairy-Free Vegan Cheese, Vegan Cheese Snacks and Granola.

 

Tigermylk

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Tigermylk is a locally made dairy-free milk, delivered in re-usable glass bottles. It is naturally creamy and sweet, made from a careful balance of wholesome ingredients.

Tigernuts, which form the basis of the milk, are grown underground in the root system of the plant Cyperus esculentus, which is a non-intensive crop closely related to grasses. This year, I’m experimenting with growing the plants in Bristol. All ingredients in the mylk are selected as being from sustainable sources.

The standard tiger mylk variety has been specially formulated to work great in tea and coffee, and is also tasty in cereals, desserts and cooking. The milk is a good source of iron, calcium, potassium and magnesium, and the Tiger & Hemp has added protein, omega fatty acids and vitamin E.

It is locally made and delivered in reusable glass bottles in Easton, Bristol.

 

Nutcessity (vegan)

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Hi, I’m Mike. I’ve learnt a lot about food since moving to Bristol. On a plant-based diet, there are certain foods that keep me going… give me my mojo… are a necessity to me. Nut butter is number 1.

After realising the only varieties I could buy were either: A) loaded with extra oil, sugars or preservatives or B) lovingly pure & organic but bland, I thought I might try and mix things up a bit…

This is how I like it: 100% natural: and with high quality ingredients added. Think fairtrade ground coffee, spices or ground carob (you’ve got to try this one). Instead of peanuts (I’ve an allergy), I make it with cashews, brazils & coconut flakes for optimum nutrition & some serious taste and texture.

Vegan, Organic Nut Spreads made in Bristol…

Norty Puds (vegan)

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Norty Puds are delicious vegan pudding pots in three delicious flavours. Our puds are not only for fellow vegans, but for anyone with a desire for a delicious, nutritious and indulgent sweet treat. They look and taste naughty…. but they’re actually Norty.

Best Raw Vegan Cake Finalist, Elspeth Humm of Elspeth’s Kitchen, is delighted to present Norty Puds, which will launch at Vegan Life Live in February 2018. Elspeth is happy to indulge her sweet tooth through her naturally healthy recipes, all of which have a nutritional twist. You won’t find any dairy, gluten, egg, soya or refined sugar in any of her ‘unbakes’, which instead focus on wholesome, nourishing ingredients, to allow for that feeling of indulgence without any of the naughtiness. It’s time to get Norty.