Veganism is the practice of abstaining from the use of animal
products, as well as following and associated philosophy that rejects
the commodity status of sentient animals. A follower of veganism is
known as a vegan.
There were several attempts in the 19th century to establish
vegan/strict-vegetarian communities. In the United States in 1834.
Amos Bronson Alcott, a transcendentalist and father of the novelist
Louisa May Alcott, opened the Temple School in Boston,
Massachusetts, on strict-vegetarian principles. In 1844 Alcott also
founded Fruitlands, a community in Harvard, that opposed the use
of animals for any purpose, including farming, though it lasted only
In England in 1838, James Pierrepont Greaves
opened Alcott House in Ham, Surrey, a
community that followed a srict-vegetarian diet.
Members of Alcott House were involved in 1847
informing the British Vegetarian Society, which
held its first meeting in September 1847 at
Northwood Villa in Ramsgate, Kent, chaired by
Salford MP, Joseph Brotheron.
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-Avocado pâté with toasts.
-Tofu meatballs with apricot sauce.
-Fried eggplant steak
-Spinach and pear croquettes.
Pasta and Rice
-Pasta with tofu cream and nuts.
-Mexican red rice.
-Risotto with mushrooms.
-Juicy cake with banana and coconut.
- Oats custard.
- Pear cake.
-Vegan cake (No milk and no eggs)
-Vegan Bolognaise lasagne.
-Vegan banana ice cream
All the dishes appearing in the menu are made
with vegetarian ingredientes, none of them
comes from animals since vegan philosaphy
rejects any kind of animal product.
We have chosen the vegan diet because
currently the number of people who follow it
is growing and we think it is an interesting