Rejoice! The first ever Bath Vegan Festival is taking place this weekend, July 28th, at the Pavillion!

There will be seventy different stalls including cooked and raw foods, cakes, sandwiches, salads, beauty and skincare products, candles, cheeses, crafts, healthy treats, clothing, drinks, juices and more. There will be a variety of vegan caterers, free samples, nutritional advice and all day demos. Stall meals will include dishes like vegan pot pies, uniquely sweet donuts, veggie hot dogs, coffee cakes, garlicky pasta, energy bites and more.


Enjoy tasty meals while watching all-day inspirational speakers and interactive workshops.

Stallholders are being asked to donate any surplus food at the end of the festival, which a group of volunteers can then distribute to homeless people after the event, providing a hot meal as well as cold dishes.

Victoria Bryceson, the festival organizer, said, “The idea behind the festival is to educate and inform everyone about the vegan lifestyle and offer support to anybody who would like it.” Vegan festivals are popping up around the world, at an exciting rate! Check out these 10 Must-Attend Veg Fests in the US!

Get your tickets here!


Find the festival at Bath Pavillion, North Parade Road, Bath, BA2 4EU, United Kingdom.

Let’s make some Bath Festival dishes at home!

With these recipes from our Food Monster App, you’ll feel like you’ve just attended a festival, even if you’re still in your own kitchen.

Hot Dog With Apple Mustard Compote and Vanilla Pickled OnionHot Dog With Apple Mustard Compote and Vanilla Pickled Onion

This healthy-alternative Hot Dog With Apple Mustard Compote and Vanilla Pickled Onion is the perfect festival food to enjoy at home. Got some extra veggie dogs lying around that you don’t know what to do with? Get creative with the condiments!

Raw Chocolate Mint DoughnutsRaw Chocolate Mint Doughnuts

These Raw Chocolate Mint Doughnuts are made from dates, oats, and almonds, with some cacao powder. The mint frosting is made up of coconut cream, mint leaves, maple syrup, and some spirulina for color.


Vegetable Pot Pie With Dill-Mustard SauceVegetable Pot Pie With Dill-Mustard Sauce

For an at-home pot pie dish, try making this Vegetable Pot Pie With Dill-Mustard Sauce. Most of the ingredients are things you probably already have on hand. You could use really any vegetables you like in this pie, or even add tofu or soybeans.

If you enjoy news and recipes like these, we highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App, it’s available for both Android and iPhone and has free and paid versions. The app is loaded with thousands of allergy-friendly & vegan recipes/cooking tips, has hundreds of search filters and features like bookmarking, meal plans and more!

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