World Vegan Day Melbourne is back for it’s biggest and best year to date. This Sunday the 10th November hosts the 17th World vegan Day festival in Melbourne. The day hosts plenty of vegan food, products, stall, speakers and is sure to be a great day out. Although we think everything is going to be great, here are 10 things you don’t want to miss.
YAY Foods Are Launching Their New Spag Bol & Bechamel Pie
You read that right, YAY Foods, who are well known for their amazing (Taste Test Winning) feta, are launching their newest creation. The Spag Bol & Bechamel Pie oozes and overflows in the most decadently vegan way. You can get it first, this weekend at World Vegan Day Melbourne.
Chef Na Shows You How To Make An Authentic Vegan Massaman Curry
Chef Na’s Plant-Based Kitchen has been designed by a professional vegan chef, made for everyone seeking a healthier, cruelty-free, restaurant-quality choice while being dedicated to a sustainable paradigm.
Chef Na will be demonstrating how to make Guay Tio Kaek (Thai Curry Laksa) and Massaman Curry at World Vegan Day Melbourne.
Vegan Cake Drip Class by Sara Kidd
Sara Kidd is a food columnist for Vegan Food & Living UK, Raise Vegan USA, PETA Australia and Lifestyle Australia. Sara will be showing you how to decorate a vegan party drip cake and sharing her tips for vegan baking too. She will also be in the Kids Zone with a cupcake decorating workshop for the kids.
Plenty Of Vegan Food Stalls
There is a huge lineup of food stalls for World Vegan Day including The Pham Sisters, Burgerama, Unreal Co and plenty more. Be sure to take an empty belly, and maybe some takeaway containers, cause you know you are going to want more later.
Clare Mann Speaking About Why People Won’t Change and What You Can Do About It.
Clare Mann is a well-renowned psychologist and author of numerous books, including Vystopia: The Anguish of Being Vegan in a Non-Vegan World (2018) and her new book, Myths of Choice: Why People Won’t Change and What You Can Do About It (2019). A great speaker and one not to miss.
A Huge Fashion Show Including Indigo Luna
The fashion show will be running through the day and includes brands, Merry People, Vegan Bags, Moral Fibre Indigo Luna and many more. To note is one of our favourite brands, Indigo Luna who produce ethically made yoga wear, swimwear and linen.
You Can Speed Date To Meet Other Single Vegans
Yes, you can get your speed date on this year at World Vegan Day Melbourne. An inclusive environment where you won’t have to discuss why you are vegan. But seriously it is totally free and fast-paced so you can meet and great quickly and meet some great people.
A Dedicated Area Showcasing Australian Bush-Food
A dedicated Australian Indigenous Zone will be part of this year’s festival. Aiming to educate by showcasing how the Indigenous people of Australia were gatherers and agriculturalists for the most part. The Australian landscape with its dense bushlands is known all too well by the Australian Aboriginals with a vast knowledge of bush tucker and where it grows.
The Vegan Italian Kitchen Helps You Make Italian Custard Cream Pastries
We really don’t need to go into much detail here. Nadia is one of the best vegan chefs around, with her traditional Italian cooking demos always selling out. Teaching everyone how to make Cannoncin, Italian Custard Cream Pastries this year.
You Can Make A Plant-Based Smoothie By Riding A Bike
The Fitness Zone will be home to a range of fitness professionals from weightlifting, meditation, cross-fit, calisthenics all giving tips, demos and answering your questions on plant-based training. You can also jump on an exercise bike and blend your own plant-based smoothie using your own peddle power.
And A Sneaky Number 11, Zac Bird Will Be Showing You How To Make Epic Vegan Chicken Burgers
Zac Bird, the king of indulgent vegan food will be using ingredients from the vendors available on the day to show you how to put together some great vegan chicken burgers.