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Houston VegFest

The Bayou City is hosting its first-ever VegFest on June 11.

Houston, Texas—a city known for its barbecue and fajitas—is going vegan for a day. This Saturday, June 11, the Vegan Society of Peace is hosting the city’s first-ever VegFest in the city’s historic Montrose District, the theme of which is “promoting an ethical, compassionate, and sustainable world for all.” Vegan food from Houston haunts such as Pat Greer’s Kitchen, The Vegan Café, Sinfull Bakery, and more will be available at the free event, as well as live music, speakers, product samples, and a kids’ zone. VegFest Houston is the latest in a veg-friendly trend throughout the Houston metropolitan area.

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