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Travel and Eat Vegan along Sydney Road in Brunswick

Brunswick is the northern cousin of vegan Fitzroy. With its own personality and tramline, Brunswick beckons Melbourne’s vegans with the promise of great vegan food. Sydney Road is dotted with many spots for a vegan meal and vegan-friendly experiences. All courses are covered! Here’s my pick of the bunch that won’t leave you hungry. Run …

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Why Vegan Meals are Essential during Transit

Earlier this week, the Australian airline QANTAS announced it would remove vegetarian meals from its domestic in-flight menu. Passengers who needed a vegetarian meal would only be offered a vegetarian snack. Overnight, QANTAS reversed its decision due to public pressure. When I heard the news earlier this week, I was crushed. As an Australian vegan …

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3 Reasons Why You Must Go to a Vegan Supper Club

Recently, I attended a vegan supper club event at 113Eatery hosted by Penny Hagekyriakou of Drool and Nadia Fragnito of The Vegan Italian Kitchen. At the event, Nadia launched her latest book A Vegan Summer in Southern Italy: Recipes and Culinary Adventures. At the end of the night, I chatted with Nadia and Penny about …

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Hats Off to Vegan Salsa: Q+A with Max Jared Einsohn of Top Hat Salsa Co.

Happy food dances will always ensue when Mexican vegan food is involved and it’s common for Melbourne’s vegans to head to restaurants and bars around town to get their fix. But what happens when Melbourne vegans want to emulate authentic vegan Mexican flavours at home? Melbourne vegans can now rejoice because Top Hat Salsa Co. …

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