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By Beth Timbrell
Jul 10, 2018

Larmer Tree Festival is approaching fast and, if you’re going, you’ll have a lot of things on your list to see and experience. Just so you don’t miss it, we wanted to give you a quick heads up about the veggie and vegan refreshments on offer. We asked the folks at Larmer Tree to make some recommendations.

Beautifully crafted, hand-made vegan and vegetarian food. A hearty selection of sweet and savoury options to suit almost any diet, including vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free.

Serving original, great-quality salads to accompany their homemade veggie burgers, falafels and hummus. Their philosophy is simple: the best ingredients skilfully combined to make amazing food. 

From awesome veggie lasagne to vegan pomodoro, there’s a pasta dish for everyone. And that’s not all – there’s yummy snacks, excellent coffee and amazing meals for kids too.

Fresh fruit, no added sugar and no artificial silliness. Just great tasting smoothies, juices and lassis made to order.

It’s good to know that when it comes to food and drink, you won’t be disappointed at Larmer Tree Festival, 19 – 22 July 2018.

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