London shares the way for Vegans with the Netherlands.
What a brilliant concept which will obviously attract so many people, and hopefully turn more towards ditching meat – the first permanent Vegan ‘butcher’ shop – Rudy’s Vegan Butcher is set to open its doors on ‘World Vegan Day’, November 1.
With this, even if people still currently eat some meat; just out of pure interest, they will investigate what is on offer here and hopefully try it; maybe finding out that meat free is even better for them.
Here is the link:
You can only just make it out in one of the photos of the shop; but there is tiling (on the left) showing a pig – and underneath the words ‘friends not food’. – how great and true is that ?
The store, which is decked out and looks just like a traditional butcher, is completely different as all its items are entirely plant-based.
On sale will be homemade pastrami, dirty burger patties, cheeze sauce & chilli-non-carne, as well as a rack of jack, lobstah salad, meatballs, chick’n lover pate and shredded BBQ pulled porc. We (WAV) note that all the foods have variations in names (cheeze, lobstah, porc) which is obviously to get round all the junk that is put out by the EU etc declaring that you cant call milk by name etc if it is not from a cow. See more on our past posts relating to all that at:
Additional – for information – In the USA:
For those outside of London who want to get their hands on some vegan meat, Rudy’s will be delivering nationwide – with all orders on World Vegan Day coming with a free pack of baycon.
The shop – which also has its own restaurant in Camden – already sell DIY kits at home.
For opening day, the shop will also be giving away 100 lbs of free baycon to the first 200 customers through the door.
Sounds great and progressive for plant based eating;