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Gordon Ramsay Adds Vegan Roast to Menu at Bread Street Kitchen

by | March 19, 2019

Has hell frozen over? Can somebody please pinch me? Notorious bad boy chef and vocal basher of all things vegan, Gordon Ramsay, has added a vegan roast to the menu at his London based restaurant, Bread Street Kitchen.


Gordon Ramsay Adds Vegan Roast to Menu at Bread Street Kitchen

The celebrity chef, who previously said that he was a member of PETA, people eating tasty animals, seems to have gotten over his allergy to vegans. A video posted by Ramsay to Twitter, captioned, ‘it’s happened….the #vegan roast has landed at Bread St Kitchen’ show’s gravy being poured over a delicious looking vegan wellington complemented by veggies and roast spuds. Perhaps now it wouldn’t be such a nightmare for him if his kids told him they were vegetarian.

This isn’t the first time that Ramsay has thrown a bone to vegans, his Bread Street Kitchen restaurant participated in Veganuary by adding a host of delicious plant-based items to their menu. The restaurant offered yummy vegan options like as pumpkin soup, wild mushroom risotto, eggplant pizza, a superfood salad, and beet wellington.

Unsurprisingly the reactions on social media have been mixed. One follower posted a meme captioned ‘you have changed’, I’m not sure if they meant for better or for worse, but he does seem to be changing his mind about plant-based food options for his restaurant.

Another follower is of the opinion that Ramsay just wants a piece of the growing vegan market, as he was clearly against vegans. Even if he is just adding vegan items to get a piece of the plant-based pie, it still counts, every little bit helps, no matter the motivation behind it.

Ramsay was even thanked by one follower, claiming that influential companies releasing vegan options are creating a snowball effect.

PETA also tweeted their excitement at seeing more vegan choices on the menu.

What do you think of the fact that Gordon Ramsay is adding more and more vegan options at his restaurant?

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Julie Nealon

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