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Early bird catches a great two course meal at Fat Freddy's Restaurant!

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When it comes to eating out there are two aspects of the meal that will make or break the experience; the quality of the food and the size of the dent the price will leave in our wallets; other requirements, although important, are still considered secondary to these feast fundamentals.

Beyond Veganuary — what happens next?

For some, the idea of doing Veganaury was the beginning of a new lifestyle and the perfect feel-good start to 2020. However it may have become more difficult than first thought, some would have fallen at the first hurdle in the opening week in January, or at the first visit to a restaurant. So, as Veganaury ends for another year, what happens next?

Vist The Bean Tree vegan and vegetarian food centre for delicious savoury foods and confectionery

Deirdre and Donagh Healy, owners of The Bean Tree, have been cooking delicious, healthy, vegan and vegetarian food for most of their lives, so they had lots of experience before they started selling their food.

Festive ‘free from’ treats

Christmas usually consists of enjoying lots of food and yummy treats with your family and friends, although it can be hard for those who are restricted to special diets. Evergreen caters for all your needs and has the widest selection of gluten free, dairy free, vegan, vegetarian, organic, Fairtrade, sugar free, yeast free, and nut free snacks available in Ireland. It stocks the most popular ‘free from’ brands such as Green & Blacks, Doves Farm, Kallo, Kelkin, Nakd, and Pulsin’. These can be perfect stocking fillers for all the family and can help ensure everyone will be able to enjoy a treat or two over the festive period.

Love vegan dishes, visit Fat Freddy's Restaurant

There have been many changes to culinary tastes in Galway and Ireland over the last 30 years. With a vast array of restaurants which give locals and tourists alike a taste of the world, the city's food family is as impressive as it is appetising.

Love vegan dishes, visit Fat Freddy's Restaurant

There have been many changes to culinary tastes in Galway and Ireland over the last 30 years. With a vast array of restaurants which give locals and tourists alike a taste of the world, the city's food family is as impressive as it is appetising.

Hosting a vegan this Christmas?

Due to the ongoing rise in plant-based diets, it is very likely that more people than ever will be eating vegan during the festive period.

Celebrate World Vegan Day 2016 at Evergreen Healthfoods

Did you know that the first World Vegan Day was held on November 1 1994? Twenty two years on, this day has become the biggest day in the vegan calendar.

Amy’s House Creche celebrates ten years in business

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To celebrate 10 years in business this week, Hazel Curran and the staff of Amy's House Crèche would like to invite all their clients, past and present, and also any future clients who would like to meet the staff and visit the business, to a barbecue and children's disco tomorrow, Friday, from 6pm to 9pm. 

World Vegan Day

World Vegan Day on November 1 is an example of an ever-increasing group of people who do their utmost to both live compassionate lifestyles and to have a light footprint on the earth’s resources.

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