The vegan butcher – that has opened on World Vegan Day – serves up a range of meat alternatives including plant-based hams, lobster’s , and much more
According to the company owners – who also run Rudy’s Vegan Diner in Camden London – they were quickly inundated with over 100 orders in their first few minutes of opening .
“It was an unbelievable turn out. We are so blessed to have your support and feel overwhelmed by all the love. THANK YOU, thank you a million times and more.”
The vegan butcher stocks a great range of vegan meats, with lots of different options. These will include plant-based hams, salami’s , pepperoni, and even pastrami.
Other great options will include animal-free alternatives to lobster salad, bacon, burgers, ribs, chicken and Christmas turkey among many others.
There is a delivery service for customers who are living outside London, via the website.
Vegan butcher controversy
While the shop has proved a major success, its announcement caused some large controversy among some meat-eaters.
Among them was vegan-baiting idiot Piers Morgan. The this morning host took to social media to discuss the upcoming outlet. He wrote: “A vegan butcher’s shop… and people wonder why I’ve written a book about the world going nuts.”
Debate has raged online ever since over whether or not a butchers can be vegan; but there are many in support of the upcoming shop. One user wrote: “The world going nuts is the reason for a shop like this. Plant food is the future otherwise we won’t have a future at all. Simple really.”
Where is it? 206 Upper Street, London N1 1RQ
When does it open? 1 November 2020