March 11th, 2019
Thanks to a new advertising campaign from condiment brand Sir Kensington's, New York City is now "Vegan AF." The ads- which feature the company's egg-less "Fabanaise" mayo and boldly state "Vegan AF" - were spotted on the bus shelters throughout NYC. The "AF" is a nod aquafaba, the normally discarded liquid in a can of chickpeas and the key ingredient in Sir Kensington's vegan mayonnaise.
The City That Never Sleeps is also incredibly vegan-friendly. Last April, it was named the best city for plant-based food out of a list of the 100 largest cities in the country.
NYC's vegan restaurant options range from traditional Ethiopian cuisine served at Brooklyn's Bunna Cafe to housemade plant-based burgers and shredded oyster mushroom gyros served at the Toadstyle, where classic kung-fu movie posters decorate the walls.
The city regularly hosts pop-up markets, vegan shop-ups, and vegan markets- where independent vendors serve everything from gluten-free treats to sandwiches stacked with house-made seitan.
NYC will welcome the Vegandale Food Drink Festival, a massive outdoor fest, for the third year in a row. Come September, local and out of state vendors alike will overtake a large, grassy, lawn on Randall's Island.
Eggless? Yes please! Vegan? Oh yes!
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