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Multi-course Latin American vegan fiesta coming to the Adelaide Food Fringe

Chef Gregory Hill is going to create a menu that showcases the vibrancy of vegetable and how well they mix with Latin American flavours.

Vegans and anyone who loves vegan food, listen up!

Upcoming event Dancing Daikon Vegan Fiesta is coming to the Adelaide Food Fringe with Latin American flavours.

Hispanic Mechanic, a venue which has a separate kitchen called the Dancing Daikon, is hosting the plant-based dinner.

Chef Gregory Hill is going to create a menu that showcases the vibrancy of vegetable and how well they mix with Latin American flavours.

The event is put on in conjunction with the Vegan Festival, and director Lea McBride is really excited about this one.

She’s particularly excited for non-vegans to come and try the food and see just how wonderful it is.

“Generally with foodies, we get a lot of non-vegans or pre-vegans, as I like to call them. They just want to explore different food, as it’s just a great way to try things that they haven’t thought about,” she says.

The dinner will be multiple courses, and there will also be vegan-friendly wine, beer and soft drinks available.

One pre-conceived notion people might have about vegan food is that it’s a lot of mock meats, but don’t expect to see that on Gregory’s menu.

Gregory tends not to use mock meats in his meals as he likes to showcase fresh vegetable and the different textures he can get out of them.

If you would like to attend this event get in quickly as tickets are selling fast and are strictly limited.

To purchase tickets click on the link here.

The event is on the 12th of May at Hispanic Mechanic, which can be found at 205 Glen Osmond Rd, Frewville.

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