ICYMI: Going Vegan? Here are 3 Fares to Check Out

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Whether it’s for ethical, religious, or health reasons, going vegan is no easy feat. It would be especially harder if you love samgyupsal, burgers, and the like. If you’ve been struggling to resist temptation, this week’s ICYMI is made just for you. Here are three new vegan happenings which can help you with your goals.

1. Make snack time more enjoyable with Simpl Sauces

 

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Changing the diet you’re accustomed to is anything but simple. Good thing the folks over at Simpl Sauces are back. And they’re here to help you make things a lot easier! Try out their dips which come in different flavors – Truffle Rosemary, Smokey Bacon, and Sesame Nori. Aside from the fact that it’s vegan-friendly, it’s also egg-free, dairy-free, cholesterol-free, and addictive! So don’t hesitate to grab a bottle and spice up your snacks.

For orders and inquiries, you can visit their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/simplsauces/

2. Lucy in the Sky’s 3-day Valentine celebration

 

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Don’t worry if you and your S.O. tried avoiding the Valentines Day traffic yesterday. There are still some restaurants who are still celebrating hearts day and one of them is the famous vegan restaurant in Greenhills. This February 15 and 16 you can enjoy Lucy in the Sky’s three bestsellers for only Php143 each. The dishes included in the promo are the Palabok, Barbeque, and Nachos – all 100% vegan, of course!

Lucy in the Sky is located at 222 Wilson St, Greenhills, San Juan

3. Step up your game by enrolling in this vegan workshop

If you’re starting to get used to your new diet, you can take it a step further. You can do it by making your own vegan meal. The Vegetarian Kitchen in Mother Ignacia is offering a vegetarian cooking class on February 24. In just one day, you’ll get to learn eight original recipes using meat subsitutes and vegetables. These are also easy to follow, so don’t worry if you’re still new to cooking. What are you waiting for? Sign up now!

The Vegetarian Kitchen is located at 62 Mother Ignacia Ave, QC

Missed out on last week’s ICYMI? Don’t worry! We got you covered.