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Here’s what we’ve been up to for the past 3 years. To some people, it might seem like Vegan Traphouse just popped up out of nowhere but really our hands were covered in flour and seasonings. We’ve been working, trappin’. Every weekend in Chiang Mai, Thailand, for the past seven months (and some weekdays in between), we put our skills, and our recipes, to the test. Everyone kept telling us to open a restaurant and put down some roots but we had something bigger in mind. We were trying to figure out how we could help the future go vegan.
Even if they didn’t make the full switch they could at least try a Meatless Monday here and there. We figured that if they could make it themselves it would make the transition to a plant based diet easier. We wanted to capitalize on the fact that so many non-vegans loved our food. At every event, the two of us prepared food and served between 30-100 people, both vegan and omnivorous, from different parts of the world. For our customers from the U.S., we especially loved being a taste of home after all, soul food is comfort food and for our international customers, we were their first official taste of soul food. Since the word about Vegan Traphouse and the Vegan Trap Queens spread, we’ve had the opportunity to cater kids’ parties, bake our first wedding cake, be the ONLY vegan vendor at TEDx Chiang Mai and win ‘Best Veggie Burger’ at Saigon Burger Festival. We’re still floating off those last two a little bit. In between the cooking, we volunteered with Burmese refugees, taught English to Chinese and Korean kids, counseled a Vietnamese family, and fed Venezuelan refugees in Colombia. This is the evolution of the Vegan Trap Queens, two city girls, trying to spread some love one plate at a time.

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