Can tempeh be tempting? Do you know tofu? What’s so impossible about the Impossible Burger? The second annual Central Coast Veg Fest invites you to come out on Saturday, February 23 to find out the answers to these and all other questions about plant-based living.
The Central Coast Veg Fest has invited expert Celebrity speakers including Jason Wrobel, Sergeant Vegan Bill Muir and UCLA Environmental Studies professor Jenny Jay, to share their experiences with veganism through topics of Health, Environment, Conscience, and Kindness.
Attendees will also be able to try delicious food samples and learn to create vegan-friendly dishes from cooking demos with famous vegans, like Chef Babette, Beth Love, and the Superfood Goddess Stephanie Bosco.
The Central Coast Veg Fest is free admissions, family friendly with free parking, and will feature many vendors for hot vegan meals. The event will be located at San Luis Obispo United Methodist Church (1515 Frederick Street). Stop by anytime throughout the day! Doors open at 10 a.m. and will close at 5 p.m.
For more information, including the speaker schedule, vendor registration, or volunteer, visit ccvegfest.org.