Tel Aviv to host world's largest vegan food festival

Local restaurants get creative and tasty with menu items featuring no meat, dairy, eggs or fish.

May 14, 2019 04:40
A HEARTY vegan meal at the Gad guest house.

A HEARTY vegan meal at the Gad guest house.. (photo credit: MEITAL SHARABI/ GADI VITNER-ORSIANO)


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Vegan Fest will take place at Tel Aviv's Sarona complex from June 6 to 7 and according to the organizers it will be the largest such festival in the world. Vegans are those who consume no meat, dairy, fish or eggs.

Tel Aviv is said to have about 400 restaurants that are either vegan or have vegan options on their menus according to the No Camels website. 
Over 50,000 people are expected to attend the festival which will feature 37 stalls with 26 local restaurants in participation. Live music, cooking workshops, and a children’s area will also be featured.

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