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We had seitan sausage with potato salad (filled with dill, one of my favourites), and a special potato gratin with tofu and curry-roasted fruit and vegetables, which was included with some surprisingly creamy garlic clove mayonnaise. Both food were delicious, though they might not exactly look particularly enjoyable on my images! Meals include a trip to the salad pub, plus a tea or filter espresso too.the vegan corner lasagna
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