HOUSTON - Have you ever tried plant-based barbecue? Well, you certainly can at Houston Vegandale, along with vegan chicken, burgers, beer and more cruelty-free food options Nov. 9.
The festival will be from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Sam Houston Park at 1000 Bagby St.
There will be several vendors from across the nation featuring vegan soul food, desserts, chicken, barbecue, seafood, burgers, hot dogs and more. Take a sneak peek at some of the food options here.
It's an event where vegans and newbies can explore a variety of meals that are plant-based and animal-cruelty free while enjoying live music and a DJ on stage.
Many meat-eaters questioned why vegans want to eat "fake meat." The answer is simple: Many vegans love the taste of meat but hate the cruelty to animals more.
Early-bird tickets can be purchased for $10 before Oct. 1. Admission is free for children 12 and under.
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