I was never a massive meat fan even before I went veggie, but I have to admit I did enjoy a good burger. It’s something I’ve definitely missed over the last 18 months or so. I first heard of Saucy when I joined an online group for Sheffield veggies and vegans – everyone who tries their burgers and fried chicken raves about it, and so I added it to my list of places I’d like to eat. Saucy offers vegan fast food and was created by the founders of Make No Bones, for anyone who is familiar with the vegan pop-up kitchen that used to occupy Church in Kelham Island.Continue reading “Saucy – Sheffield’s Vegan Junk Food”
Update: Convectionery have let me know their packets are made from cellophane, not plastic, and the bubble wrap they use is biodegradable. I’m happy to hear this, but I still think paper packaging would be best (especially to replace the biodegradable bubble wrap because biodegradable plastics don’t always equal environmentally friendly plastics).
Convectionery is an independent business creating vegan replicas of much loved, traditionally non-vegan sweet treats. I found them on Twitter just before they were about to launch and once they did, good reviews started appearing straight away. Since I was already on the hunt for satisfying vegan chocolate alternatives, I thought it’d be a good idea to give them a try. I much prefer the idea of eating something made by someone who is passionate, rather than buying a mass produced product. Whilst everything is a little pricier than the vegan confectionery you can buy in shops, it’s expected since they’re a small independent brand. On the plus side, they often offer discounts, social media giveaways and they even have a loyalty scheme (a nice touch).
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