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Cornwall on the main stage for summer!

Being vegan in Cornwall is getting easier and easier to achieve as cafes, restaurants and destinations respond to the rise in veganism across the county.

If you are coming here on holiday this year, be sure to order or read online the updated vegancornwall.org.uk guide to eating vegan, check out the cornwallvegans.uk website and ask to join one of the groups on face book covering the area.
Front page news: The Cornish Vegan

Check out the recent stunning article by Abby Driver now available to read online. Seen this one before? This well written and comprehensive piece was published  in June’s edition of Cornwall Life magazine.

We’ve had coverage UK wide just this week, lively, informative and sure to bring the visitors flocking, read about the new-look Newquay from Chantal Da Silva in The Independent.

Chantal writes, “The first time I planned a trip to Newquay, friends and coworkers were quick to warn me: “It’s a party town.” Like many Britons, they conjured images of streets packed with stag- and hen-dos and beaches bestrewn with hungover students recovering from a night out.

“Perhaps that’s why I was so surprised to discover a tranquil town so different from the one described when I arrived in Newquay. Clean beaches awaited me, dotted with a handful of surfers; I spotted more independent restaurants and bars than dance clubs and the frequency of the town seemed far more in tune with the ebb and flow of the waves of Fistral Beach than the booming soundscape of a busy nightclub.”  read more

Newquay beaches are north coast stunners!

Chantal’s writing takes us on a surf lovers journey around Newquay’s changing sands, from the Tom Thumb and Jam Jar to the Green Heart Cafe, a favourite amongst vegan travellers and surfers alike!

Sprout Health foods and cafe for the whole experience

Sprout not only offers the best of whole and healthy food, but a relaxing, cosy cafe off the main street and instore events for health, wellbeing and healing, nutrition and lifestyle.

Seen any vegan gems in your travels?

Please let us know by emailing us at cornwallvegan@gmail.com

thank you!

Veganism: on the crest of a wave!

Inspiring testimony, why more people are going vegan and an overwhelming response to this year’s Cornwall Vegan Festival

 

Abby Driver writes for Cornwall Life magazine June edition on the tastier aspects of veganism in Cornwall!  See her article in print now.

Cornwall Life Magazine – June
Cornish Vegan, featuring viennese whirls from Little Green Vegan Bakery
Begin V in Bodmin; outside garden at Cornish Vegan

Sid Willet tells his story to Caroline Chick of the West Briton

Continue reading Veganism: on the crest of a wave!

FireDance Pizza: the Full Vegan!

FireDance Pizza, full vegan, no compromises.

At FireDance Pizza we have always taken our responsibility to run our business with as little impact on the environment very seriously. We are taking these ideals to the next level and have created a full vegan menu. We have both preferred a plant based diet for thirty years and became vegan two years ago.
We pride ourselves on our ability to prepare a wide variety of toppings and having made the decision to create a full vegan menu, we are keen to offer the same range of choice to those who have made the decision to consume more responsibly.

As vegans ourselves we are ideally qualified to offer tasty vegan treats to our customers and have been careful to ensure that our vegan recipes are as tasty (if not tastier) than our regular pizzas.


In order to create our delicious vegan cheese topping we use a blend of vegan cheese, nutritional yeast flakes and olive oil. We have never used dairy or eggs in our breads and have processes in place, and a five-star hygiene rating from Cornwall Council, ensuring that no vegan pizza is ever contaminated with meat or dairy products.


You will be able to order from our full vegan menu, which is nearly finalised and included here to get your taste buds working, from Wednesday 1st February 2017. Until then you can still grab one of our currently available vegan pizzas; the Vegan Vegetali, the Vegan Supreme (all the vegetables) and our Margherita, plus we are now able to make Vegan Garlic Breads, with or without cheese… they are delicious. Our new menu will include vegan alternatives to many of our most popular pizza toppings. Using vegan Quorn ™ and tofu we are able to create vegan pizzas that surpass the tastes and textures of other meaty offerings.

See the full menu here!

All of the information regarding our pitches, pricing and menu are available from our website.  We hope to see you soon, Nick and Dru x