Flavours of Africa
These look like tofu pieces, but they were actually Bean Cakes made from black eyed peas.
The Loving Hut
Sharaf Falafels offerings were really delicious, its been a while since I had a good falafel often tasting powdery, but these were fab.
Chai Walla not only selling chai, but onion bhaji's and samosa's too.
Yellow Turban ThaliSouth Devon Chilli
And here are some spicy samples
Lots of coconut things
Loved this vegan three tier cake courtesy of Rosa Crespo Sergio of Fusion Cakes & Bakes.
And moreLots of vegan cheese - first we have Bute Island Foods Sheese, which I have come to like over the years, especially the spreads. I first disovered Bute Island Foods when I lived in Glasgow, and guess what for those of you who don't know, they are a Scottish company. They were super generous in sharing their samples at VegFest. Thank you, Bute Island Sheese, my niece and nephew were very happy and they are not even vegan or vegetarian.
Good Karma Flavour Fusion in three flavours
Raw Food Rosie's - self proclaimed vegan cheese Queen. And I can see why.
A happy chappy - sorry can't remember the name of the stallSecret Sausages - Vegetables in disguise.
Acorn from Bath.
And many others - feast your eyes.
We are Koko Dairy Free consumers. D prefers it on his cereal and my nephew, he bought 12 - I am glad he had to carry them.Coconut Collab
For Part 1 of my weekend at Bristol VegFest, CLICK HERE.
Also, here is my blog post from 2015 Bristol VegFest if you want to read it.