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Vancouver’s Vegan Cupcakes

The Canadian city’s first vegan cupcake-only shop is set to open in September.

Vancouver vegans, as well as those with nut and dairy allergies, will rejoice in September when Fairy Cakes opens its doors. Fairy Cakes owner Cera Rivers, who has been making vegan cupcakes for five years, will open up shop in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighborhood, according to the Straight. “There is no reason that we should be deprived of any food anymore,” Rivers tells the newspaper. Fairy Cakes will serve 10 vegan sweet cupcake flavors—including chocolate, vanilla with strawberry frosting, and vanilla with cinnamon frosting—and one savory flavor—such as ham and cheese, basil and tomato, and shrimp and garlic—daily.

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