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Wholesale Cakes in Bristol

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Let’s chat about wholesale cakes in Bristol. Be it elegant wedding towers from Earth Cakes, to our very own raw, vibrant vegan cheesecakes, there is an ever growing array of sweet treats to choose from in the city. It is simply amazing to see bespoke catering companies such as Little Gems catching on, offering tailor-made celebration cakes to fit every dietary requirement going. Many booming businesses jumped on to the gluten-free demand a good few years back, and now understand the high demand for plant-based options too. We love the fact that Little Gems also offer refined sugar-free wedding and celebration cakes, a fine detail that many may overlook. Our friends over at Earth Cakes similarly understand the importance of...

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Plastic Free July

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What can we all do to make our homes more plastic free and start to make small changes Here in the U.K, we are becoming increasingly aware of the result that excessiveplastic consumption is having on our beautiful planet. Slowly but surely, we trulybelieve we’re headed in the right direction; however, we still have a long way togo. Everyday items such as plastic water bottles and straws are just notsustainable in anyway, regardless of what the packaging may say. They use up avast amount of fossil fuels and water to be both manufactured and distributedaround the world. Within that, the toxins in the plastic itself have an extremelynegative effect on our environment, as well as out own personal health.Here at...

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How to Survive Festival Seasons as a Vegan

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Festival season is officially upon us, and there is no better feeling than packing your bags ready to spend the weekend dancing and eating the night away with your closest friends. What once may have been a bit of a terrifying thought for someone opting for a vegan diet, has recently become an exciting challenge to hunt the very best plant-based street food on offer. From Bestival to The Big Feastival, Latitude to the Isle of Wight, street food vendors are ensuring that no vegan goes hungry, and we couldn’t be happier. Plant-based food has also seen to be a huge hit with non-vegan festival goers, simply looking to try something new and delicious. Northamptonshire based Shambala festival (23rd-26th August)...

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Top Vegan Holiday Destinations

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Travel. What once may have been a slightly terrifying though for a vegan, hasnow become a whole world of exciting new opportunities to explore local plant-based cuisine and different seasonal, local fruits and veggies. Here our thelocations currently on the top of our bucket list, from the jackfruit filled tacos,eaten on white sandy beaches of Tulum, to indulgent vegan junk food in Portland. Where should we visit next? We’d love to here where you’re headed on your nextholiday places, and if you’re anything like us, we’re sure you’ll have those plant-based eats at the front of your mind! Tulum, MexicoA quick Happy Cow search of vegan eateries in Tulum, Mexico, will show you justhow accessible it is to eat a...

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London Brunch Eats

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London is absolutely heaving with plant-based options, and with more choice than ever before, you’ll have quite a task on your hands choosing your first stop! We’ve compiled a list of all out must-visit London brunch spots to get your day started. Let us know if we’ve missed any, we’d love to know your favourites for epic vegan eats and dreamy locations to sit and catch up with friends in.LLS Café LLS Café is Hampstead’s best-kept secret, and a mere five-minute walk from the tube station. Offering drool-worthy buckwheat pancakes topped with berries and coconut yogurt, plus creamy avocado smash on sourdough, you’ll be perfectly fuelled to talk on a long walk across the heath afterwards. They are super friendly...

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Top 10 Instagram accounts for Raw Dessert

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As we scroll through our feed right now, we’re greeted with chocolate drips, creamy layers of raw goodness and nutty toppings. Yes, we’re suckers for a great vegan raw dessert account and love to find inspiration on Instagram, especially as every account slightly different to the next, creating their own spin on raw desserts, treats and cakes. Here’s a run down of our current favourites. 1 @pana_chocolate If you’re a fan of raw chocolate, chances are you’ve tried a Pana Chocolate bar! Aussie the born brand post a tonne of drool-worthy raw dessert inspiration on their Instagram page, from vibrant berry bars to decadent chocolate bites, all incorporating their delicious product in some way. I’m also a huge fan of...

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What does raw food actually mean?

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Dehydrating foods, temperatures, what happens you cook food It’s no secret that here at Elspeth’s Kitchen, we’re huge raw dessert fans. From decadent raw chocolate and hazelnut tortes, to no-cheese strawberry cheesecakes, we’re big advocates for guilt free indulgence! We often get questions on what raw food actually means, so we thought we’d dive a little deeper into the process of making our no-bake treats and some of the techniques behind our goodies. In order for a food to be considered raw, it has to been cooked below 48C though this temperature is often disputed and some people will say it is more around the 42C mark. Whilst at first this may seem a little limiting, there are actually so many...

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Top 5 Vegan Beauty Brands

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There is no better feeling than finding mascara that stays on all day long. Better yet, there’s nothing quite like discovering the perfect bronzer which gives you that just-got-back-from-the-Caribbean glow. But the one thing that is even better than both these feelings combined is being introduced to cruelty-free companies that actually deliver. Here are a few of our go-to vegan make up brands that we can’t get enough of, and are sure you’ll love them too. PHB From botanical BB cream to brightening moisturiser, PHB Ethical Beauty is a family run business with a huge range of completely ethical and natural hair, skin and make up products. They are proud to be palm oil free and are determine to be...

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Top 5 Vegan Youtube Channels

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We live in an age where information on absolutely everything is at our fingertips within seconds as well as social media playing a huge role within our everyday lives. It is arguable that Youtube is replacing the need for television, as high quality content is so readily available on whatever topic we chose. Youtube and Youtubers alike have undoubtedly changed the game for the vegan movement, using the platform as a means to educate, inspire and create. We thought we’d give you a rundown of our favourite content creators who we just can’t stop watching. From plant-based recipes and fitness tips to vegan activism, there is definitely something for everyone.   Ellen Fisher If you fantasise about living on a...

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Elspeth’s Top Ten Vegan Eats in Bristol

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It’s no secret that we’re in love with Bristol, the home of Elspeth’s Kitchen. It’s cool, it’s quirky and it’s got a tonne of amazing vegan eateries to choose from. Be it nourishing Buddha bowls or vegan fish and chips, we’re giving you the low down on the best spots to grab a bite in the city.   1 Chai Walla   Vegan Indian food with rave reviews from locals, Chai Whalla serves mouth-wateringly fresh Indian street food. Started by Niraj Gadher with his first place being a massive hit in Bath he soon opened up his second place choosing the trendy Gloucester Road in Bristol. From onion bhaji wraps to colourful on the go curry boxes, this eco-friendly eatery...

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