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All Vegan Butcher Shop Coming to Minneapolis and Beyond

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Imagine a world in which you can walk into a butcher shop and pick up fresh teriyaki jerky, smoky ribs, pepperoni, Italian sausage, smoked cheeses, and more… and it’s all vegan.

The Herbivorous Butcher have been slinging their animal-free meats from the Minneapolis Farmers Market since this past summer, but they’re now working hard to open a brick-and-mortar location in Minneapolis. Their Kickstarter is going strong and their dreams are coming true. While this is huge news for the plant-eating population of the Twin Cities, this is also good news for vegan foodies from coast to coast. The Herbivorous Butcher plan to ship their meatless meats nationwide.

The cleaver-wielding duo behind The Herbivorous Butcher are Aubry and Kale Walch, a brother and sister duo that have over 20 years of meat-free eating between them. Passionate about vegan living, eating, and cooking, the pair are excited to bring more of their popular vegan meats to herbivores and omnivores alike.

Learn more about The Herbivorous Butcher on their gorgeous website as well as their Kickstarter page.

Cover photo via The Herbivorous Butcher on Facebook

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