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 Post subject: Andover/Winchester/Hampshire/Wiltshire
PostPosted: Sat Jan 10, 2015 11:30 am 
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My mum has recently been converted to tempeh but hasn't found anywhere near Andover (where she lives) that sells it. Anyone got any heads up?
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 Post subject: Re: Andover/Winchester/Hampshire/Wiltshire
PostPosted: Sat Jan 10, 2015 11:40 am 
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Has she tried Fuzzi in Winchester?
https://www.facebook.com/fuzziuk

Also, Well Natural in Salisbury sometimes has tempeh:
http://www.wellnatural.co.uk

It's further away, but Rice Up in Southampton will always have tempeh too:
http://www.riceup.co.uk

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 Post subject: Re: Andover/Winchester/Hampshire/Wiltshire
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Are there any Harvest shops that far East, or is it just a Bath and Bristol thing?

I go to Salisbury regularly. I don't mind doing a supply drop. It's £2.70 a pack, off the top of my head (but I don't buy it very often so that might be fictional).

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 Post subject: Re: Andover/Winchester/Hampshire/Wiltshire
PostPosted: Sun Jan 11, 2015 4:19 am 
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Harvest is only in Bath and Bristol, unfortunately.

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 Post subject: Re: Andover/Winchester/Hampshire/Wiltshire
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Thank you! Will pass these on to her! She goes to Winchester semi-regularly so she should find some success!

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 Post subject: Re: Andover/Winchester/Hampshire/Wiltshire
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I'm going to revive/hijack this thread, because I'm going to Stonehenge and am planning to stay in the Salisbury area for one night. Any tips on places to eat?

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 Post subject: Re: Andover/Winchester/Hampshire/Wiltshire
PostPosted: Sun Jul 12, 2015 1:13 am 
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We have the usual suspects in Salisbury: wagamama, Pizza Express, Boston Tea Party, Wetherdpoons etc. there's also a Thai tapas place in the Market Square that looks veganisable. The health food shop by the Guildhall has a cafe with vegan options (note they also sell meat options in the cafe) including cake. There are usually also vegan cakes in Greengages cafe and the Cross Keys Tea Rooms. The Cosy Club has a vegan brunch/sandwiches menu ( although all furniture in there is leather if that's an issue for you). The Haunch of Venison pub will do a vegan meal if requested in advance.

It's not vegan nirvana - but you won't starve! (Also there's a big Home Bargains in Amesbury on the way down from the henge to Salisbury if you're in the mood for bargain hunting).

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 Post subject: Re: Andover/Winchester/Hampshire/Wiltshire
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Thank you so much, Ruby Rose - that sounds good enough for me for one night! I don't live near a Home Bargains at the moment, so I'll definitely pop in for some bargain hunting too.

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 Post subject: Re: Andover/Winchester/Hampshire/Wiltshire
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jennyc wrote:
I'm going to revive/hijack this thread, because I'm going to Stonehenge and am planning to stay in the Salisbury area for one night. Any tips on places to eat?
I (almost) drive past stone henge two or three days a week. It's pretty wonderful, but the traffic is horrifying as it's very popular and also just off a fairly major road. Leave a little extra time

Another, somewhat less spectacular but much larger, stone circle is at Avebury, about twenty miles away. It's completely open. You can go right up and lick the stones if you really wanted to (but you probably shouldn't).

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Thanks Gulliver, I'll bear the traffic in mind and see if we can squeeze in Avebury as well. I'm really excited!

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 Post subject: Re: Andover/Winchester/Hampshire/Wiltshire
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Just to update, we ate at Wagamama as it was the first place we encountered and we were too hungry for further exploration. Avebury was a great tip though, we loved it! Far superior to Stonehenge, I thought.

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