Veg Out Seattle 2017 Event - Recap

*This article is not sponsored, but I did receive free admission to the event. All thoughts and opinions are strictly my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make KFC Loves You possible.

Dang coconut chips, zico watermelon coconut water, rhododendron
Last week, I was invited to the Veg Out Seattle, a plant-based foodie lifestyle event filled with lots of vendors, food, and booze! Even though I'm not a vegan or vegetarian, I still enjoy vegan/vegetarian food and I love how creative people get with their recipes and how they are also able to mimic the textures and flavors of non-vegan foods! I brought one of my best friends along that also appreciates vegan food fair and we both thoroughly enjoyed the event and ended leaving stuffed!
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The Canvas Event Space is located in SODO and we were immediately captured by the giant balloon carrot at the door, haha. I was greeted by Kelsey from Davies + Dixon (who also invited me!) and we were give wrist bands and swag bags right away. The place was packed (maybe a little too full) and it was hard at first to get around since everyone crowded towards the entrance but we eventually made our way down to all the food! One side of the room held most of the food and the other side had all the drinks (alcohol and non-alcohol). I discovered some new brands that I have never heard of before and left with a few extra coupons and goodies!

Some new discoveries and favorites I'd like to mention were No Bones Beach Club, BetaOats, Genesis Organic Juice, JujuBeet, Nutpods, and Puget Sound Kombucha Co.
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fresh pressed juices beets greenvegan healthy earl grey spiced rooibos
And of course some favorites of mines already there: Six Strawberries, Dry Soda ( and their new ginger is amazing!), and Araya's Place.

When I got home, I was excited to look through the Swag Bag and loved all the delicious goodies and coupons in there!
vegetarian vegan snacks chips kale coconut peas drinks
It was an overall great event with tons of people, and definitely tons of booze (if I didn't give up alcohol for lent, I would've had some!). It was a tad bit crowded and it would've been nice with more walking room between the booths, but it wasn't anything to unbearable. The music was dope and the food was delicious and my friend and I enjoyed ourselves!

Thank you again Veg Out for having me!


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