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Vegans on Cupcake Wars

Sticky Fingers Bakery and C'est La V, two vegan bakeries, compete on season two of Food Network's Cupcake Wars.

After Chloe Coscarelli won season one of Cupcake Wars, vegan bakers are back on season two, represented by Washington, DC-based shop Sticky Fingers Bakery and Los Angeles' C'est La V Bakeshop. Sticky Fingers co-founder Doron Petersan says the show’s producers had the bakery on their radar, and invited them to apply to be on the show. “Vegan can be just as good if not better. So it was really exciting for us, and we took the opportunity very seriously,” Petersan said. Kim Garr, owner of C'est La V commented that she "was very happy to represent vegans on a mainstream Food Network show." Cupcake Wars airs on March 8 and will be a competition-filled hour.

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