Temple of Hackney- London’s first vegan chicken shop is now open


Temple of Hackney – London’s first vegan chicken shop is now open

Temple of Seitan replaces poultry with a meat substitute called seitan a meat-free substance made from wheat gluten.
The menu includes meat-free burgers, strip subs, and roast rolls, prices of the items range from £3 and £8.
My burger was delicious and £6 for a seitan ‘chicken’ burger is reasonable, the coating was fried to crispy perfection.
I heard on the grapevine that a new menu is in development. I can’t wait to see what comes next.
Eliminating animal products from your diet doesn’t mean that you’ll never get to indulge in tasty cuisine again.

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London: Vegan café refuses to accept new £5 note because it contains animal fat

London: Vegan café refuses to accept new £5 note because it contains animal fat

They have discussed for a long time about the decision of the owner of a vegan café in London to refuse accepting the new £5 note because it contains a kind of animal fat.

Is it still possible in 2016 to print new notes with animal fat? Certainly, these are ethically wrong, because they have tallow in them (a type of animal fat). It sounds as weird as frightening for animal activists (and not only) to the accept and use the new £5 as it contains animal derivatives…!

Vegan London has so replied….

The capital of the UK is one of the cities in Europe with the greatest number of vegan cafés and restaurants. It sounds impossible using the new £5 note which contains animal products for those (or not) who did this ethical choice.

VegBar in Brixton complies with their ethical principles and has announced to its customers that they won’t accept, even handle, the new £5 note because it is printed with animal fat. The point is that the same person who doesn’t eat meat cannot even handle the new note.

You can’t argue with this reasoning

Of course, what is important to remember is to be always coherent with our principles. We have to refuse to give our money to industries and factories which are still exploiting animals. VegBar did its ethical and brave choice! They are the first café which will no longer accept new £5 note. We really hope that all the other veggie restaurants in London will adopt the same policy!

However, the Bank of England has announced that “it is a legal obligation to accept the notes”. So, we hope they will reprint the new £5 note avoiding animal fat!

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Vegan Indian, one of best veggie restaurant in London

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Vegan Indian, one of best veggie restaurant in London

There are really good reasons to have lunch or dinner at the Indian vegan restaurant. The array of vegan dishes is admirable. Twice a week, on Wednesday and Friday, they serve a traditional Indian dish, the “paneer curry”.

The all-you-can-eat buffet costs only 4,5 pounds, a very special price, indeed, in London. In this restaurant food is of good quality, and your dish are cooked freshly. This restaurant offers impressive Indian-style vegan dishes and there are a wide range of Indian spices and curries that come in vegan varieties.

Tasting Indian cuisine

For people visiting London, this is home to go for vegans and vegetarians. This restaurant is recognized as new and exclusive in presentation. If you are looking for a great oriental atmosphere, this is absolutely the right place to go! You can easily get there by bus or by underground. In the restaurant, the walls are covered in posters with Indian representations of culture and even healthy cuisine. There are also many quotes by different people who tried to become veggie alone.

There are actually 30 kinds of different dishes to enjoy. Most of them consist of vegan course and tasty sauces (you can choose a wide range of flavor). Many people have eaten in this restaurant and they say it has to be tasted to be believed!

Indian Veg since 1985

Indian Veg is the precursor of Indian vegan cuisine, when probably in Italy nobody have never heard about it, since 1985. although it should be said that Indian food is mainly based on vegetarian courses. Another thing that it is to be said is the wide range of beers available in this restaurant, for those who like to dine while enjoying a good beer.

If you are going to visit London, I recommend to eat in this restaurant. It is actually a good option for those who wants to spend not much and eat as much good food as you want.

Here is the address: 92-93 Chapel Market, Angel Islington, London N1 9EX, United Kingdom

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