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Calling all vegans! Veganuary has arrived, and restaurants from across The Hub have come together to celebrate their vegan food.

So, what exactly defines a vegan? Veganism is a way of life that excludes all forms of cruelty to animals for food, products, or any other purpose. There are many different ways to embrace the vegan lifestyle, but the underlying “rule” is to eat a plant-based diet. Vegans also so a step further than just avoiding meat; they also avoid fish, dairy, eggs, and honey, as well as products like leather or fur. You might be thinking, “So, what can they eat?” Surprisingly, there are thousands of vegan recipes out there that are delicious, and exceptionally nutritious.

Take a look below at some vegan dishes that are on offer at The Hub:

The Tofu Laksa from Banana Tree is bursting with flavour, loaded with huge spongey tofu pieces that the amalgamation of bold and vibrant flavours from the curry soup. Chock full of aubergine, chillies, lime and enriched with coriander, mint and more.

For a light plant-based options the Island Buddha Bowl at Turtle Bay is loaded with huge Pineapple, watermelon, smashed avocado, tomato, squash and can be topped with your choice of jerk vegetables or organic jerk tofu.

The Stuffed Peppers from Maaya is loaded with spiced vegetables within a Capsicum. Maaya offers Vegan dishes, which satisfy dietary preferences but are also a melt-in-the-mouth flavoursome choice for everyone.

The Great Imitator from Nando's is a plant-based PERi-PERi chicken alternative, packed full of PERi-PERi, made completely from pea protein and the perfect way to get your meat-free Monday on in true tasty style. You can order it in a burger, pitta or wrap.

The Jackfruit Curry at Las Iguanas can become vegan on request. This dish consists of roasted pulled jackfruit & ethically sourced palm hearts cooked in a coconut sauce with ginger, garlic, cumin, cayenne, coriander & tomatoes. Served with spring onion rice & shredded greens.


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