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Author:  mendelian [ Wed Apr 03, 2013 6:26 am ]
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rachell37 wrote:
It looks like we can do brunch at 1847 if we're able to leave by about 1.15pm. It looks like 1847 opens at 10 for brunch on Sunday. Is that OK for everyone else? I want to be able to have a wander round Unicorn, but they don't open until 11 on a Sunday, so I don't think it would work for us if we did shopping first.


Suits me! It might be worth making a booking on a Sunday morning - I can do that once everyone coming confirms.

Author:  jojo [ Wed Apr 03, 2013 11:07 am ]
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I just booked my tickets, see y'all there!

Author:  rentaghost [ Wed Apr 03, 2013 11:18 am ]
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I love Manchester and Chorlton, wish I was able to go. Have fun everyone.

Author:  xherbivorex [ Wed Apr 03, 2013 2:01 pm ]
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for any of you out of towners that want to get to Unicorn, the metrolink stop on Market Street (right outside the venue, basically) is where the St Werburgh's Road tram goes from and if you get off at the Chorlton stop (right next to Morrison's), walk along past the front of Morrison's and then out on Albany Rd Unicorn is about a 5 minute walk straight along that one road. easy. i live right next to st werburghs rd metrolink station and can be at the venue from my front door in 15 minutes, yay!

hopefully we'll get to meet some of you at the fair!

Author:  mcglynn62 [ Thu Apr 04, 2013 4:09 pm ]
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Did anyone watch that nudist programme a few weeks back? I wonder if the naked vegan peeps will be at the festival....I fell in love with the long haired guy ;-) ooh, I'm even more giddy now!

Author:  jojo [ Fri Apr 05, 2013 3:09 am ]
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mcglynn62 wrote:
Did anyone watch that nudist programme a few weeks back? I wonder if the naked vegan peeps will be at the festival....I fell in love with the long haired guy ;-) ooh, I'm even more giddy now!


I watched it the first time it was on and yep, they'll be there. They're called Naked Vegan Cooking.

xherbivorex wrote:
for any of you out of towners that want to get to Unicorn, the metrolink stop on Market Street (right outside the venue, basically) is where the St Werburgh's Road tram goes from and if you get off at the Chorlton stop (right next to Morrison's), walk along past the front of Morrison's and then out on Albany Rd Unicorn is about a 5 minute walk straight along that one road. easy. i live right next to st werburghs rd metrolink station and can be at the venue from my front door in 15 minutes, yay!

hopefully we'll get to meet some of you at the fair!


Thanks for the directions! See ya at the fest', my face is all over my blog so you should be able to spot me!

Author:  rentaghost [ Fri Apr 05, 2013 5:31 am ]
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For complete clarity - from Chorton tram stop, having walked past Morrisons, you turn right on to Albany Road. Unicorn (and the Unicorn carpark) is on the right corner at the end of that road, opposite the Monkey Puzzle toy shop.
Further along the main road (Manchester Road) is 1847 restaurant (no 123). You turn right as you leave Unicorn and it's a short walk, on the same side as the toy shop (no 93).

Author:  xherbivorex [ Thu Apr 11, 2013 1:57 pm ]
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i'm now pretty super excited for Saturday!
it's been years since there was a vegan fair in manc (and the lancaster one last year was such a disappointment) so i'm expecting good things...

i'll (most likely) be wearing a brown "real men bake bread" tshirt; say hello!

(jojo, what colour will your hair be?!)

Author:  cidersmurfette [ Fri Apr 12, 2013 12:38 pm ]
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i'll be the one eatin all the cheeeeezez...

Author:  rachell37 [ Fri Apr 12, 2013 2:56 pm ]
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mendelian wrote:
rachell37 wrote:
It looks like we can do brunch at 1847 if we're able to leave by about 1.15pm. It looks like 1847 opens at 10 for brunch on Sunday. Is that OK for everyone else? I want to be able to have a wander round Unicorn, but they don't open until 11 on a Sunday, so I don't think it would work for us if we did shopping first.


Suits me! It might be worth making a booking on a Sunday morning - I can do that once everyone coming confirms.

Their FB page said they open at 10.30, so if you haven't made the booking yet, I guess go for 10.30 if that's when they open. There will be 2 of us, btw.

I'm trying to decide if I should wear a food-related shirt or my Cat Commandeering a Raptor shirt. I think I'll wear the cat shirt on Sunday, so I'll probably be wearing my brown "Bake It So!" t-shirt (Capt Picard in an apron holding a cupcake) on Saturday.

I'm so excited!

Author:  jojo [ Sat Apr 13, 2013 1:49 am ]
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xherbivorex wrote:
(jojo, what colour will your hair be?!)


It's blonde with a shaved bit and faded blue underneath!

I'm pretty excited, I can't wait to eat everything! Rachel37 I am looking forward to your cat shirt!

Author:  xherbivorex [ Sat Apr 13, 2013 2:10 am ]
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slight spanner in your works (possibly)- there's no trams running between st werburgh's road and the city all weekend due to "planned engineering works". metrolink, ruining plans since 1986!
there's apparently a replacement bus service, but tbh you'd be better off getting a regular service- the 86 from piccadilly bus station stops right outside unicorn...

Author:  mendelian [ Sat Apr 13, 2013 8:13 am ]
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I've booked for 10am (I didn't check this thread beforehand, derp), under the name Sarah. Because that's my name.

Author:  ChVe [ Sat Apr 13, 2013 8:22 am ]
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Just got back now - super busy!
It's been great so far though - hope you all made it :D

Author:  jojo [ Sun Apr 14, 2013 9:10 am ]
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It was SO awesome! I'm in V Revolution writing a blog post about it now.

It was brilliant to meet everyone / see everyone again!

The tofu ball I bought from Unicorn after brunch this morning was awesome, it reminded me a little of a Scotch Egg!

Author:  rachell37 [ Sun Apr 14, 2013 1:52 pm ]
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Yeah, that tofu ball was really good!

It was really good to meet xherbivorex and cidersmurfette and to see jojo and mendelian again!

The festival itself was mental! We got there pretty early and it was already ridiculously crowded. When we left around 12.30, the queue was down the alley and around the corner. But it was good to see so many people interested in it. I hope it happens again next year, but maybe in a bigger venue!

Author:  xherbivorex [ Sun Apr 14, 2013 4:04 pm ]
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the organisers are saying that around 2500 people showed up in total, which is kind of insane!
but yeah, awesome weekend and lovely to meet you three (four, sorry!).

and frank... ha!

what tofu balls? did you get those ganmodoki things (or whatever they're called)? sort of deep fried spiced tofu things, about golf ball sized? they're pretty good, yeah.
i just got back home after stuffing our faces with chinese food in liverpool with my parents. i can't move...

Author:  rentaghost [ Sun Apr 14, 2013 5:40 pm ]
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I never tried the tofu balls from Unicorn as I thought they were the same as those tofu sea cakes by Clear Spot. Are they different?

Author:  vijita [ Sun Apr 14, 2013 6:08 pm ]
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I was at Unicorn today! Damn. We weren't in the city until about 4 though. Are you guys the ones who left only one block of Vegusto?!

Author:  rachell37 [ Sun Apr 14, 2013 7:13 pm ]
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Oh, that's such a shame - we only missed you by a couple of hours!

Author:  jojo [ Mon Apr 15, 2013 5:26 am ]
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xherbivorex wrote:
the organisers are saying that around 2500 people showed up in total, which is kind of insane!
but yeah, awesome weekend and lovely to meet you three (four, sorry!).

and frank... ha!

what tofu balls? did you get those ganmodoki things (or whatever they're called)? sort of deep fried spiced tofu things, about golf ball sized? they're pretty good, yeah.
i just got back home after stuffing our faces with chinese food in liverpool with my parents. i can't move...


Ha! Frank! Love him!

2500 is AWESOME! And yeah, hopefully it'll be at a much bigger venue next year.

And yeah the balls were the ganmodoki. SO delicious. rentaghost they definitely aren't the sea cake things.

vijita wrote:
I was at Unicorn today! Damn. We weren't in the city until about 4 though. Are you guys the ones who left only one block of Vegusto?!


Rad! I hope you guys are having fun & enjoying Manchester. And I think the Vegusto thieves must've been other vegans!

Author:  xherbivorex [ Mon Apr 15, 2013 7:21 am ]
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vijita wrote:
I was at Unicorn today! Damn. We weren't in the city until about 4 though. Are you guys the ones who left only one block of Vegusto?!


they only seem to restock vegusto every few weeks and have had low stocks for a few days now (i live about a 15 minute walk from unicorn). if you're around for a while, go into the city centre and get some from V-Revolution instead!

Author:  vijita [ Tue Apr 16, 2013 1:15 am ]
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xherbivorex wrote:
vijita wrote:
I was at Unicorn today! Damn. We weren't in the city until about 4 though. Are you guys the ones who left only one block of Vegusto?!


they only seem to restock vegusto every few weeks and have had low stocks for a few days now (i live about a 15 minute walk from unicorn). if you're around for a while, go into the city centre and get some from V-Revolution instead!

I'm heading to Ireland today, but my aunt wrapped two packages in about a thousand insulating devices which I am taking with me. I bought all the food things at Unicorn and in Brighton and sadly realized this morning that there is absolutely no way I had room in my backpack for everything. Vegusto took precedence.

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