The Vegan Shawarma – Israel.

Check out the wonderful 100% vegan options at the Vegan Shawarma in Israel, Tel Aviv

 
Give their Facebook page a like, support, and share them around the world. Israel has the fastest growing vegan population in the world. Along with original vegan dishes, you can find what ever crosses your mind.

The Vegan Shawarma opened in 2011 before veganism became THE trend as a healthy alternative to carnivorous street food eateries. The first time I tried vegan shawarma I couldn’t believe the taste, and actually I was confused by how seitan (wheat protein) imitates meat.

It’s the perfect spot to grab some quick, super tasty, vegan com­fort food! My personal choice – the vegan shawarma, of course. The okra and double cheeseburger are delicious as well! If you are up for something sweet, you can spoil yourself with vegan desserts – cakes and donuts. The burger is also available for home cooking.

Besides the food I like the location: King George – one of my favourite streets in Tel Aviv, connecting Rabin Square and HaCarmel Market. It’s my usual food break spot when I am wandering around the city on Saturdays.
The Vegan Shawarma | Snacks, Restaurants (Middle Eastern) | Vegan shawarma from ILS 24
King George 81 | +97235248821
12:00 – 00:00 daily

The Hungry Herbivore.

South Africa, Cape Town at the V&A Waterfront Food Market has a stunning raw pizza and dessert shop. Check out their Facebook page on The Hungry Herbivore . This is your one stop shop for raw healthy vegan treats. They also sport a catering menu – do take advantage.

Amy and Brent are  a young couple passionate about food and mostly passionate about paving their own way forward in life.

They started their new venture called The Hungry Herbivore in January, 2014 with the aim to show South Africans and everyone else, that food can taste good with REAL ingredients. They serve generous plant based meals, snacks and desserts using only REAL nutritious ingredients that still give you a sense of ‘comfort food’. They use high quality organic ingredients as far as possible. Ingredient transparency is on the top of their list. As they like to know exactly what they are eating – so should you! Their  motto is “Raw For More” and they always try to honour that code by making fresh, real food available and abundant to all pocket sizes. Check out their website here:

http://www.thehungryherbivore.com/

Their full address is : V&A Market on the Wharf, Dock Road, V&A Waterfront, 8001 Cape Town, Western Cape.

They are open 7 days a week from 10:00 am to 19:00

They do accept Visa, MasterCard and Cash.

You can contact them on: 0813871526

And their email here: info@thehungryherbivore.com

Thank you so much for ‘liking’, supporting and sharing vegan restaurants with everyone around the world! The world is vegan if you want it to be.

~ Active Vegan ~

Atsumi Raw Cafe

Welcome to Atsumi Raw Café located in Rawai, Phuket, Thailand. The Raw Café officially opened in February 2013 and was the brain child of Atsumi Detox center owner Anna Wasin.

The Raw café serves lovingly prepared Raw vegan food  (breakfasts, snacks, mains, desserts), as well as an amazing selection of juices and smoothies. Where ever possible they use locally sourced and organic ingredients.

You can find them almost directly opposite Vijitt Resort on the main Viset Road in Rawai. On the corner with Soi Mangosteen.
They aim to create thrilling gourmet meals with rich flavours, and an abundance of nutrients that are so often missing in a modern diet. Everything is made by hand from local, seasonal, and mainly organic ingredients. This means that a culinary speciality at Raw Café by Atsumi is good for body, soul and planet. This is food that people from all dietary backgrounds (including carnivores!) will choose to eat and share thanks to its beautiful looks and delicious substance. They promise that once you have eaten with them you will leave feeling totally satisfied, rejuvenated, light and energetic.What is raw food?

A raw food diet consists of unprocessed, raw plant foods that have not been above 40 °C (104 °F). Heating food above 40 degrees kills the precious enzymes in food, reduces the nutrients and vitamins, and changes the metabolic structure of our
food. Enzymes are the life force of a food, helping us to digest food and absorb nutrients. If we over consume cooked food, our bodies are forced to work harder by producing more enzymes. Over time, a lack of enzymes from food will contribute to digestive problems, nutrient deficiency, accelerated aging, and weight gain

Eating at The Raw Café is a pleasure and a feast for all of the senses. Of course the best introduction is to come and try it for yourself.

Cuisine is noted as breakfast, Thai, vegan

Dine in and take away options are available.

The Raw Café is open Daily from 9 a.m. until 8.30 p.m. (Last Order at 8.00 p.m.)

99/1 Moo 7, Wiset Road Rawai district, Phuket, Thailand

Contact them at: +66(0)76289224

Their email is : atsumirawcafe@hotmail.co.th

Check out their website here: http://www.atsumirawcafe.com/

Thank you – keep sharing the vegan love.

~ Active Vegan ~