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So much to sample at Sample

Yasmina, Daniela and Thalia from No Bones with some of their delicious Konjac vegan ‘calamari’. Photo Tree Faerie. ​

Vegan was the new black at Sample Food Festival where several stalls catered to plant-based eaters and punters happy to munch upon them.

Greame, Brendan and David from Grumpy’s Ginger Beer left no thirst unquenched at their stall at Sample. Photo Tree Faerie.

Chef Daniela from No Bones whipped up a wonderful selection of plant-based dishes including gnocchi and ‘calamari’ and a very long queue told everyone how tasty the food was.

Sylwia from Extra Ordinary Foods had plenty of yummy Pimp My Salad cashew and hemp ‘cheese’ sprinkles on hand, and a coconut ‘bacon’ version for those smoky taste lovers – while the Grumpy’s lads sold lashings of  yummy ginger beer.

‘It was a perfect spring day with a wonderful family atmosphere. The event was a showcase of everything wonderful about this part of the world with our designers, artists and entrepreneurs contributing their finest to locals and visitors to the region,’ said oragniser Rose Taylor.

Ample to sample: Sylvia with her Extra Ordinary Foods. Photo Tree Faerie


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