Biff's Jack Shack have been growing a loyal fanbase at pop-ups, events and festivals around London (and Brighton), and until the end of the year you can eat their "filthy AF" food at their new North London residency.
The second instalment of Vegan Nights hosted by Truman Brewery is set for 23rd November 2017.
The full line up has just been released, featuring vegan giants Cookdaily, Temple of Seitan, Club Mexicana, Vida Bakery, Pomodoro E Basilico, ETHCS and of course Bright Zine.
The past year has seen a huge rise in vegan food openings in the capital and beyond.
London has hosted vegan food markets, Vegfest; the UK’s biggest vegan trade show and Vevolution, a super cool vegan and conscious living platform that attracts the start-up and media communities advocating for a plant-based future.
Eight street food traders, eight vegan dishes and one winner. A simple concept and great delivery.
Kerb is well known on the London food scene for its pop up food markets in prime London locations from Kings Cross to London Bridge. The popular and buzzing markets allow foodies in the city to experience of-the-moment food made by fresh up and coming street food talent.
In Issue Two we looked at the history of the t shirt as a tool for personal and political expression and representation.
It wasn't as easy a task as we might've thought, but we narrowed it down and collected our pick of the top vegan t shirts, by vegan companies.
A North London cafe went viral in the vegan world last week when they decided to ditch dairy.
The Fields Beneath in Kentish Town posted a sign in their window that read 'Last week of cow's milk', and images of the sign were quickly spread across the internet.
In 2067 the world is vegan, and many are recovering from the guilt that still haunts them.
"I used to eat animals."
Simon Amstell's mockumentary is set 50 years from now in a sort of vegan utopia, where the compassionate younger generations are horrified at the bloodbath of animal agriculture of the past.
'The Health Film That Health Organizations Don't Want You To See' is here, and it's everything we expected it to be.
The makers of award-winning documentary 'Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret', Kip Andersen and Keegan Kuhn are back and uncovering the secrets to preventing and in some cases reversing chronic diseases.
On Friday 16th December, we brought our #crueltyfreexmas spirit to Lush Oxford Street.
Bright Zine teamed up with Lush Oxford Street to spread some festive cheer and show people how to have a cruelty free holiday season.