I only recently discovered that Vege2Go have an outlet in the David Jones food hall. I’ve had some Vege2Go before (ha, that links to my tortilla disaster post!) but a few weeks ago a fellow vegan told me about the David Jones outlet.
Today Husband and I took Arthur and DeeW to a kids comedy performance called Mr Snot Bottom and the Curse of the Silly Stinky Zombie Babies. With a title like that, my kids are THERE. I loved hearing dozens of children in the audience squealing with crazy snorty laughter.
After the show Husband took Arthur and DeeW off to the Pancake Parlour (yay for freebie vouchers!) and of course as there’s nothing for me to eat there I went next door-ish to David Jones to check out Vege2Go.
I haven’t been to the DJs food hall in well over ten years. Maybe even fifteen. I used to buy those big bags of mixed biscuits and I saw they still have them but I’m betting nothing is vegan so I didn’t bother getting a closer look!
Vege2Go has vegan meals in packaging that they can heat up for you:
On cold rainy days I’m not someone who is in a soup mood. I was in a pizza mood today, rain does that to me:
The pizza was okay and not bland, though I feel the toppings were on the light side. I also picked up the Vege2Go blueberry pear breakfast quinoa as it was half price. That can be tomorrow’s breakfast.
Vege2go cater for vegans, vegetarians, egg-free, dairy-free, wheat-free, sesame-free, nut-free, sugar-free and gluten-free peeps. You can browse their products online at http://www.vege2go.com.au/ I love the lemon coconut slice and can’t resist eating it in one go. I try but lemon-coconut is a flavour combo that completely destroys me. Fellow lemon-coconut lovers will probably know exactly what I mean!