Ready to expand your food repertoire and try vegan and vegetarian food?! We’re here at VegFest Edmonton a one day celebration of everything plant-based! This is the festival’s 2nd year of operation.
It’s fun for the whole family and for those hard core foodies wanting to wet their palettes! The festival is so far hosted in ¬¬the month of September and this year located at the downtown baseball stadium remax field. There was free admission and ample parking. What more can you ask for!
We’re taking you to the festival for a bird’s eye view on what to expect and what some of their food tastes like!
Want to know more about Vegfest Edmonton? Here’s a link to their website: https://vegfestedmonton.ca/
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This looks very cool.