Mid-autumn festival is an important occasion that serves as an essential time to celebrate family and friends over the traditional treat of mooncakes. Unfortunately, the conventional method of creating these treats involves the use of ingredients such as egg, dairy and lard, deeming them unsuitable for vegans and vegetarians alike. Being cast aside because you can’t indulge in traditional celebratory treats with your friends and family members is unfortunately a common occurrence among many—which is why I am excited to be introducing a brand of VEGAN mooncakes in this post!
The first thing that comes to mind when I hear the word ‘brunch’ is a platter of bacon, ham, and eggs. Sadly, none of what we typically associate with this meal happens to be vegan, making it challenging for some of us to find options that are both accessible and delicious. So, for awhile now, I have been on the lookout for restaurants that serve vegan brunch options. Several months and multiple meals later, I have finally managed to compile a list of my favourite ones. And here it is!
Veganism in Hong Kong should be accessible, attainable, and inclusive. So, with hopes to combat the misconception that veganism is always expensive, detailed below are ten of my favourite eateries in Hong Kong that offer options that are both affordable and enjoyable.
Want to turn vegan but not sure how to replace your favorite dairy-based foods such as cheese, yogurt, and ice cream? Fear not, because this post will provide you with all the options you need to eliminate dairy from your diet forever.
Ever been lost wandering around the iconic streets of Causeway Bay—in search for a vegan option but unsure where to head? Listed in this post are five of my favourite vegan restaurants situated the most commonly traversed district of Hong Kong.
As a visitor of Hong Kong, one thing you must do is have a meal of dim sum. However, dim sum often consists of pork, beef, and various other forms of meat. In this post, I have compiled a list of all the best restaurants in Hong Kong that serve vegan dim sum options so you can check off all the items off your Hong Kong buckets list without compromising your dietary choices.
One of the most intriguing speakers at the Green Fest was without a doubt the man who used his poop to grow plants: Cesar Jung-Harada. I had the honor of interviewing him for SCMP Young Post, and in the process, gained perspective on his take on environmental issues and what he’s doing to combat them.
The annual Vegfest is one of the most iconic vegetarian events held in Hong Kong. Find out what I saw, ate, and did during Vegfest 2018 in this post!
Over the weekend, I had the privilege of attending Hong Kong’s annual Food’s Future Summit. After listening to the engaging panelist discussion hosted by Green Queen, I was left with a mind full of thoughts that needed to be shared. So here are my reflections on the event and a summary of what I found fascinating!