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Sample a dozen vegan dishes on a new culinary tour of downtown Las Vegas

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VegeNation offers a meat-free beef carpaccio. It’s one of the stops on vegan-friendly culinary tours to several downtown Las Vegas restaurants.
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New vegan culinary tours of downtown Las Vegas starts Saturday, and you don’t have to be vegan to appreciate the food.

Diana Edelman is founder of Vegans, Baby, a website that directs locals and visitors to vegan-friendly restaurants throughout Southern Nevada.

Edelman will launch a walking culinary tour of downtown Las Vegas on Saturday. It will be offered on selected summer dates.

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Chef Stacey Dougan says vegans and meat-eaters are stumped by the ingredients in her Mama Mia lasagna, a popular plant-based dish at Simply Pure.
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Guests will have an opportunity to sample 12 dishes at five restaurants during the three-hour tour. Dishes include lasagna at Simply Pure and a meatless beef carpaccio at VegeNation, an eatery with an all-plant-based menu.

VegeNation will collaborate with DonutBar to create the tour’s dessert: the funfetti donut sundae.

“The tour is for people who are vegan, but also for those who simply want to eat really good food,” Edelman said in a news release. “I certainly encourage those who aren’t vegan to give it a try. The dishes are that good.”

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The Funfetti Donut Sundae is one of the desserts that will be featured during this summer’s culinary walking tours of vegan-friendly restaurants in downtown Las Vegas.
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Tickets cost $87. Additional vegan tours are scheduled for July 7 and 21, Aug. 4 and 18 and Sept. 1. Tours run from 2 to 5 p.m.

Edelman, who recently authored “The Las Vegas Vegan Food Guide,” said the number of vegan restaurants in Southern Nevada is growing “exponentially.”

Info: Vegans, Baby

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