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Vegan food at Thrive Cafe Bar Edinburgh

Where to find vegan macaroni cheese in Edinburgh

With winter coming in fast, it’s fair to say that comfort food is now high on the agenda and it doesn’t get more comforting than macaroni cheese. Many new vegans may think that this homemade favourite would...

Vegan Cocktails at Edinburgh Cocktail Week

Vegan Cocktails at Edinburgh Cocktail Week

Have you heard about Edinburgh Cocktail Week? This celebration of all things cocktail is returning to Edinburgh bigger and better than ever. From 15-21 October, 80 of the city’s best bars will offer signature...

Rainbow Bowl at Hula Juice Bar, Edinburgh

Vegan eats on or near the Royal Mile

If it’s your first trip to Edinburgh, it’s very likely that you will go to the Royal Mile. With Edinburgh Castle at one end, Holyrood Palace at the other and a whole host of unmissable attractions in...

Where to find the best vegan cake in Edinburgh like these red velvet beauties from Bibi's

Where to find the best vegan cake in Edinburgh

There used to be a time when being vegan meant missing out on the sweeter things in life – but not any more. The options for vegan cake are abundant nowadays and this is especially true in Scotland’s capital...

Vegan falafel meal at the Forest café Edinburgh

The best cheap vegan food in Edinburgh

Eating vegan in Edinburgh doesn’t need to cost the earth. In fact, there are loads of great cheap vegan places in Edinburgh just waiting to be found! If you’re visiting Edinburgh on a budget, read on to find...

Vegan pulled mushroom burger at Bread Meats Bread

Celebrating 100 Posts on Vegan Edinburgh

It was a regular day on Vegan Edinburgh. I was finishing up my latest post, I hit publish and I noticed the count of articles in my website dashboard. 100 posts. Huh. Has it really been 100 posts? Apparently so...

Edinburgh Veganuary Guide

Where to eat in Edinburgh this Veganuary

Every year, thousands of people sign up to take the pledge to go vegan in January for Veganuary. Rumour has it that 2018 is already bigger than ever, with 100,000 participants from 172 countries (and counting).