Never enough

As I enjoy a short stay in the glorious city of San Francisco, I am proving beyond a shadow of a doubt why I possess the name Fat Gay Vegan.

Here is a super quick post highlighting the vegan snacks that have kept me company during my first few days in the USA. You will notice the lighting is terrible. Obviously I am photographing these snacks on the bed in a dimly-lit hotel room. Is there any other way to overeat in solitude?

Enjoy the photos and if you are a food importer in the UK, I want all of these available by the time I get back.

Italian seitan by Upton's Naturals

Italian seitan by Upton’s Naturals

So Delicious almond milk cookies & cream

So Delicious almond milk cookies & cream

Beyond Meat chicken-free strips

Beyond Meat chicken-free strips

NuGo bars

NuGo bars

Cheddar style slices by daiya

Cheddar style slices by daiya

Gardein sliders

Gardein sliders

Original Tings - so crunchy, so good!

Original Tings – so crunchy, so good!

Seitan Piccata frozen meal by Candle Cafe

Seitan Piccata frozen meal by Candle Cafe

Candle Cafe macaroni & vegan cheese

Candle Cafe macaroni & vegan cheese

So Delicious coconut milk cookie dough ice cream

So Delicious coconut milk cookie dough ice cream

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6 Responses to Never enough

  1. mrsdewinter says:

    Cookie dough ice cream?! Oh wow! *wants*

  2. Im jealous of you for having all these tasty things!

  3. Rhonda Medlicott says:

    I only live about 1 1/2 hours from SF and we don’t have all this available! Yum!!

  4. Crista says:

    i like the look of those vegan meals from Candle Cafe!

  5. JL says:

    I want to travel with you! See you in a few days in PDX! xxoo

  6. morag says:

    oh i love tings! has anyone ever found them in the UK?

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