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Vegan in Liberec: bistRAWveg

You wouldn’t know it from this picture, but it was the height of summer when we took a day trip to Liberec, just an hour away from Prague.  Our main reason for visiting was to go to the science museum, … Continue reading

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Vegan in Manchester: The Deaf Institute

Manchester is such a great place for vegans, especially vegans who are friends with omnivores.  The Deaf Institute is yet another non-vegan establishment that is absolutely smashing it when it comes to plant-based options.  Thanks to their vegan chef (who … Continue reading

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MiniMoFo: The Boiler House, London

August’s MiniMoFo theme is outdoor eats, so let’s go to the market! Since I discovered Pomodoro e Basilico on Instagram last year, I had been drooling over their weekend fares of burgers, twix bars and cheeze fingers and trying to … Continue reading

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Vegan in Prague: Puro (Take Two)

I discovered Puro the very first week I moved to Prague, and have written about it before here.  It continues to go from strength to strength, so I feel that it’s time for another review.  I didn’t use to go … Continue reading

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MiniMoFo: The Warehouse Cafe, Birmingham

I’m not a big BBQ enthusiast, so I was a little worried when I saw this month’s MiniMoFo theme.  And then Dr HH saved me by taking me on a trip to The Warehouse Cafe in Birmingham and ordering the … Continue reading

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Vegan in Manchester: Stretford Canteen (Pop Up July 2017)

Since my mum moved to Stretford almost ten years ago, my brother has been trying to convince us that Stretford is the new Chorlton (for non-Mancunians, Chorlton is the cool place to be; Stretford is a bit dead).  It seems … Continue reading

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Vegan in Prague: Veggie Garden

A vegan can go a long time without a slice of quiche. When you find one that looks this good, you have to grab it with both hands – although it has been pointed out to me that using a … Continue reading

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