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Veggielicious Festival

The Toronto Vegetarian Association is hosting a 16-day vegan restaurant event.

Twenty-one restaurants in Toronto, Ontario, are participating in the Toronto Vegetarian Association’s first Veggielicious event. Veggielicious is the first restaurant event of its kind, showcasing food that is “heart healthy, compassionate, eco-friendly, and delicious.” The participating restaurants each offer special vegan combo meals or prix-fixe specials on vegan dishes at low prices. Running now through April 24, diners can nosh on deep-dish pizzas topped with arugula, mushrooms, and fried onions, yam soup with dairy-free crème fraîche, raw chocolate rocky-road brownies, and more.

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