Alfredo & LTJ Bukem topped amazing weekend of vegan food, education and entertainment; feedback very welcome
10% earlybird discount on stalls available for bookings made and paid for in full by June 30th 2015
Please share widely, thanks! Printed programmes available at £1 each at the event.
Nearly half our visitors were new to Vegfest, and 90% of our visitors are coming back next year!
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On Level One, with some ingenious chefs demonstrating their delightful creations to light up your plant based diets
Floor plans here
1:00 - Nishma Shah - details TBA
12:00 - Aine Carlin - details TBA
1:00 - Pasquale Amico - details TBA
12:00 - Tomi Makanjuola - Jollof Rice (A West African Classic)
In this cookery demo, I will be showing you a quick and easy way to make the classic Nigerian dish, jollof rice. This will be served with plantain, coleslaw and a spicy red vegetable sauce to make a mouthwatering and flavour-packed meal that’s perfect for any occasion.
3:00 - Liz Hughes (Our Lizzy / Animal Aid) - Vegan Vitality
Lizzy Hughes runs Our Lizzy Cooking. She combined her skills as a school teacher and cook to create vegan cookery days from her purpose built kitchen in Malvern, Worcestershire. www.ourlizzy.com Lizzy enjoys using a wide range of locally grown seasonal produce. She loves exploring new ingredients and developing new recipes. She runs specialist courses in tofu, dairy free and gluten free cookery. She added, “I have been vegan for over 20 years, it’s a great way of life.”
At the festival she will demonstrate some quick and easy main meals packed with nutrients which are both vegan and gluten free in her Vegan Vitality Cookery Demonstration.
5:00 - David Bailey - Vegan dim sum and small plates
David will be demonstrating 'vegan dim sum and small plates'. We always think that one of the best ways to enjoy plant based meals is to have lots of small sharing plates and the tradition of dim sum lends itself perfectly to this way of eating. Drawing on David's many years of working as a Pan-Asian chef and our extensive travels throughout the region, the class will demonstrate some of our favourites.
2:00 - Lee Watson - Keralan Coconut and Vegetable Curry (Aviyal)
Lee will be cooking a recipe from his recent vegan cook book 'Peace and Parsnips'; the traditional Keralan curry, Aviyal, a South Indian classic. Coconut makes Keralan cuisine so distinct and also a paradise for vegans. Lee has travelled extensively in India and will be sharing some of his travel and cooking stories around this vibrant part of the world.
11:00 - Jane Easton - Recipes from the Viva! Cookbook
Viva!'s food and cookery coordinator Jane Easton, also author of the latest widely acclaimed Viva! cookbook with hundreds of amazing vegan recipes, demonstrates:
- Coconut Parsnip with Red Beans, Lime & Ginger. Even if you’re not keen on the humble parsnip, this recipe will change your mind! Serve as a main course or side dish. (GF)
- Medjool Dates with Cream Cheese & Sherry Vanilla Sauce (GF) – a quick yet sophisticated dessert
4:00 - Jane Hughes - Vegetarian for Life – Cooking for One