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Shannon Smuts Brauer

Shannon Smuts Brauer

CT Vegan Challenge

Vegilicious (a Cape Town-based group working to mainstream Veganism for our health, for that of the planet, and of course, for the animals) has challenged Capetonians to go meat and animal byproduct-free for the duration of April. It is such a cool initiative that we jumped on board from day one in support and continue to offer 10% off our vegan dishes until the end of this month.

“Veganism is a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose.”—Donald Watson, founder of The Vegan Society

Here’s why Vegilicious is so passionate about their cause:

In the context of a meat-crazy South African culture, we are hoping to gather the growing pockets of people who are wanting to live cruelty-free lives, and connect them. Veganism might be a small movement now, but it’s part of a world-wide network, and it’s growing.

Like the sound of this? It’s never too late to start! Join their Facebook event and Facebook group – they promise to be there to support you during the last ten days of this challenge. And if you are keen to get REALLY involved, they still have a few cool vegan-focused events lined up. Check them out:

24-27 April: Fully-catered weekend away in Greyton:https://www.facebook.com/events/1415788552056887/

29 April: Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale:https://www.facebook.com/events/1431380107159308/

1 May: Cheese & Wine Evening: https://www.facebook.com/events/820998227974095/

And if you are keen to chow delicious vegan food from our café, we recommend The Green Mamba, The Med Chic, The Wild Hippy and ALL our soups.

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See you soon!

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