To get us in the holiday spirit, Vegan Burger bar Mooshies London has launched its limited edition seasonal special called The Nutcracker. The Art Eats team went down to their restaurant in Brick Lane last week to try it out for size.

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I didn’t quite know what to expect from Michael Elmgreen (b. 1961, Denmark) and Ingar Dragset’s (b. 1969, Norway) latest exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery, mainly because I hadn’t come across any of their work before. I love that about living in a city like London. There is so much creativity, and talent from around the world.

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28th September 2018

Art Eats Selects: Quorn Cookalong

Art Eats were invited down to a cookalong event on Wednesday night by the UK brand Quorn.
Since switching to a plant based diet I haven’t really opted for many of the mock-meat products on the market, mainly because I gravitate towards more of a raw food vegetable diet, and because many are not 100% vegan. Quorn for example does contains traces of egg white in many of its products, although there are some vegan varieties.

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The South Korean artist Lee Bul’s latest exhibition at the Hayward Gallery is both a political, and architectural spectacle. The exhibition entitled, “Crashing” centres around themes of the body, the aesthetic, and how societal’s need or desire for perfection can often lead to its own destruction.  Read More

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Carnaby Street Eat is a one day free entry food feastival taking place, yes you’ve guessed it, in London’s Carnaby Street in the heart of the West End.

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Many a Londoner will have sampled some of Mandy Yin’s delicious Malaysian cooking over the years, most likely at one of her highly successful supperclubs or pop ups, or perhaps at her street food market stall in London’s Southbank.

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So I’ve recently signed up to take part in Vegan Cycle India, a charity cycle tour of Rajasthan India in early February, 2019, all in aid of Veganuary.

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Unless I’m entertaining at home, I tend to eat really simply. Certainly on these hot Summer nights, it tends to be raw and salad focused. This is what delights me so much about the self-service cafes. Yes they’re a little more pricey than you’d expect, however it means that you can indulge in a plethora of dishes without having to worry about the fuss of preparation time. When I prepare food at home, i’ll probably only have two or max three movements on the plate. In the last two weeks I had the pleasure of sampling two of London’s self-service vegan restaurants, and I can really see the appeal. It gives you the opportunity to really go to town on your selection, sampling a bit of this or a bit of that from both hot or cold options.

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The concept for Redemption Bar is simple; Guilt free socialising in the heart of East London. This eatery prides itself on being London’s healthiest restaurant serving up vegan, sugar-free and wheat free food with an alcohol-free bar.

When food is this good for you, why not indulge. And that’s exactly what we did on our recent visit to the Shoreditch branch last week.

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21st April 2018

Vegan Diaries: Cook Daily

With a simple menu of 16 dishes consisting of everything from South East Asian, Caribbean to the good old fashioned Full English I was expecting big things for my first visit to Cook Daily a week ago.

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