Tag Archives: Tofu

UK’s first vegan Fish n Chip shop

Tonight I got my tea from the UK’s first vegan fish and chip shop! The new takeaway is based in the Fishponds area of Bristol just along from the giant Morrison’s on the main road. They serve Tofish and chips, … Continue reading

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Sticky, Chilli Tofu

Adapted from a recipe by Bosh. This is really cheap to make! I used half a block of Cauldron Food plain tofu (about 75p’s worth!). The tofu comes out crispy and sweet with a kick of chilli and salty tamari. It’s … Continue reading

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Mellow Yellow

Day 17 in the 2016 VeganMoFo: Something Rare – What colour do you rarely eat? Make something that colour! Mellow Yellow is a curious song, rumoured to be about smoking banana skins and vibrators! It was all going on in the … Continue reading

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Clorofil·la Cuina Vegetariana

Chips and salad please! Me, umm… chips and salad please. I’ll have a green salad with chips thanks… Oooh paella! sound familiar? That tends to be the way of things in Spain… So, finding Clorofil·la Cuina Vegetariana was a delight. I ate … Continue reading

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Pan Asia Bristol

Bristol has a new Pan Asian restaurant right on the edge of the centre, where Fabric Land used to be next to the wedding dress shop, the NCP car park and Holiday Inn. It’s not vegan, it’s not even veggie, … Continue reading

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Hong Sao Tofu with Schezuan Peppercorns

Autumn Equinox challenge… An equinox is an astronomical event in which the plane of Earth’s equator passes the centre of the Sun. Equinoxes occurs twice a year; 20 March and 23 September this year. At the equinox, the sun rises … Continue reading

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Tofoie gras!

Re-create a restaurant meal… Foie gras (French for fatty liver) is a pâté made of the diseased liver of ducks or geese that have been fattened up by force-feeding with a tube, a process known as gavage. This is torture marketed as a … Continue reading

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