6 of the best places to go vegan in Bournemouth

Plant-based eating is on the rise: one in eight British adults now identify themselves as either vegetarian or vegan, according to research by Mintel. With benefits that include a lower risk of developing cancer, better skin, a slimmer physique and a clearer conscience, it’s easy to see why more and more people are switching to plant-based diets. And that’s why we’ve worked together with PETA to put together this article.

Don’t forget that the Bournemouth Vegan Fair takes place next month. Two days of indulgence, inspiration and information on 25 and 26 June 2016. With over 90 diverse stalls full of tempting treats, a wide range of talks, and plenty of delicious food, they’ll have everything you need for a fantastic day out.

And when it comes to eating vegan, Bournemouth residents are spoilt – the local vegan scene offers choices ranging from classy cuisine to juicy veggie burgers. Here are six of PETA’s top recommendations for eateries where you can enjoy delicious animal-friendly fare:

Mad Cucumber – This cheerful vegan lounge is big on fresh, healthy salads and quiches – but also indulge in one of their luscious dairy-free milkshakes.

Sweet Greens – This newly opened raw café only seats eight, but it also offers takeaway, and with chili, raw vegan cheese and mouth-watering cakes on the menu, it’s definitely worth the visit.

Amala Conscious Food – Formerly known as Zoukinis, this venue specializes in organic, locally sourced ingredients. From vegan cheese boards to gooey chocolate brownies, everything on the menu is 100 per cent vegan and 100 per cent delicious!

Bournemouth Pizza Co – Cosy and rustic, this pizzeria offers a vegan special with plant-based cheese and three vegan toppings of your choice.

Café Boscanova – This relaxed eatery offers a delicious and abundant vegan breakfast – perfect for those lazy Sundays.

Of course, you don’t need to seek out specialty cafés – increased demand for vegan options means that you can eat vegan just about anywhere these days. Wetherspoon‘s sweet potato and chickpea curry, Zizzi’s pizza with vegan mozzarella and Pret’s vegan soups and sandwiches are just the tip of the iceberg. For more info on vegan eating and to order your free vegan starter kit, visit PETA.org.uk.



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