Thursday, 6 March 2014

Vegan Vox Reviews...The Mighty Fork


If you live in or around London and haven't tried The Mighty Fork yet, you are missing out! I met up with Rita (one of the co-owners) at VegFest in London a few months ago to find out more about this amazing all-vegan hotdog company.


Rita and her husband are Portuguese and have been vegetarian since 2006 and vegan since 2012. They moved to London two years ago and found the vegan food scene to be lacking in good quality fast food. So in July 2013, they started The Mighty Fork, a 100% plant-based mighty hot dog company, that sell their products across London at outdoor events, food festivals, street food stands and markets.


They sell a range of globally inspired hot dogs, each inspired by a different culture or country. For example, they have a Japanese inspired Yasai Dog, with wasabi and sweet onions. There is a Portuguese inspired Brew Dog, with a homemade beer sauce and a German hot dog with sauerkraut. All of their toppings and fillings are homemade, and they soy hotdog sausages are imported from Germany. 


If you follow The Mighty Fork on Twitter/Facebook/Instagram they regularly update as to where they will be next so you can pop along and sample their fine wares. Be warned though, these hot dogs are very popular and were sold out within a few hours at VegFest. Get there early!


Have you tried The Mighty Fork yet? If so which are your favourite flavours? Let me know in the comments below.

Big Vegan Love,

VVx

5 comments:

  1. Hi ,

    My name is Alex.
    I am helping out marketing agency to find bloggers suitable for their campaigns, and your blog looks like a perfect fit for what they’re looking for.

    Do you think you could be interested in receiving offers about advertisement on your website?

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    1. Hi Alex,

      Thanks for your comment, please email me veganvoxblog@gmail.com and we can discuss further. VVx

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  2. Interesting review, thanks. Will check out their fb and Twitter- so I can catch them sometime. Saroj x

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    1. Hi, it's definitely worth hunting them down in London and tasting one of their hotdogs. They are amazing! :-) VVx

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