At Toronto's Vegetarian Food Festival you can get a Philly cheese steak, barbecued pork, heck, even fake shrimp.
Food trucks, vendors and pop-up restaurants were scattered across the 29th annual food fair, dedicated to all things vegan and vegetarian. From September 6-8, locals got a chance to try some meat-less (and often dairy-less and gluten-free) cuisine, everything from vegan cupcakes to mandarin "chicken."
Besides gawking at the latest superfoods and drinks, we stopped at some of the most popular food spots and for the most part (there was something weird about eating a fake chicken leg) it was pretty darn delicious!
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