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Pop up at Waffle On

Vool have popped up at Waffle On in Clacton before and had a delightful time. Hence it was a great
location for our first pop up of 2019.

While it’s always lovely to get out and about with our array of goodies while chatting other vegans we did have an ulterior motive.

Vegan Philly Cheese Steak from Waffle On Clacton - photo by
Vegan Philly Cheese Steak from Waffle On Clacton

Yes! We are ruled by our bellies and were tempted by the thought of buying our lunch from Waffle On’s extensive menu of vegan junk food.

Still it wasn’t all us stuffing our faces (although we might just have skipped dinner). Our table was crammed with products old and new – thanks to a supplier order arriving on Friday night. And what products went down well with Clacton Vegans? Pernigotti Gianduiotto snack bars were popular as ever. Cult brand Candy Kittens jelly sweets were well received in sour watermelon and fizzy peach flavours. Plus our new filled vegan pasta in 3 flavours must have graced a few dinner dishes on Saturday.

Vool pop up at Waffle On Clacton - vool

Vool pop up at Waffle On Clacton - vool

And up next?

Find out when Vool will next be popping up at Waffle On and other locations by visiting our ‘Where to Find Vool‘ page. And don’t forget you can indulge your junk food craving anytime by visiting Waffle On – or ordering from our online shop.

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Food to Go from Good Souls

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At Vool HQ we were very pleased to hear that Good Souls Bakery is now offering you a Food to Go service.

We shared space with Emma and the Good Souls crew at Cafe No. 9 in Colchester for most of 2018. Customers dropping by to stock up on vegan squirty cream or grab a post gym Vego bar often caught us with out mouths full! Deciding which delicious dishes we’d enjoy for lunch was one of the pleasures of sharing the space.

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Personal favourites included black bean soup, savoury scones and farinata. Hence it’s great to see that these feature on the Food to Go menu. There are also with a selection of delicious cakes and bakes. The menu available on the Good Souls Bakery website describes each item and indicates if it is gluten free. Prices are as always very reasonable. So vegan pistachio and raspberry brownies costing just £12 for 15 serving. A loaf of homemade bread is priced at around £2. Happily my favourites are all there so I’ll be clearing some space on my freezer so I can enjoy at my leisure.

And by my leisure I obviously mean all those meals that I can’t find the inspiration or energy to cook!

Visit the Good Souls website and have a look for yourself at the delights on offer, then place your order.