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The rise in Flexitarianism, and Tula’s 50% meat free menu

16th October 2020

By lauren

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The world of food has changed rapidly in the last decade. With a rise in technology, we are increasingly connected as a global community, and with that connection comes a beautiful exchange. Without very much effort at all, a man in North Carolina can be preparing the secret family recipe for Saag Aloo that has been shared by an inspired granddaughter of an Indian matriarch.

The breadth of things people will cook and eat is expanding to include cuisine from all corners of the globe, and all types of diet. We think this is a brilliant thing, and relish the opportunity to bring you authentic Indian meals, whilst respecting the traditions they came from. 

On top of this, as a nation we are recognising the need to be more conscious of what we put in our bodies and what it does to the environment.  It’s no secret that a decrease in meat intake will have a positive effect on the environment, as a direct result of everything from the rearing process to transportation. 

At Tula our menu is proudly 50% vegan.

We champion these dishes to showcase that meat does not need to be the centre of every meal. Let’s change that perception. We have a cuisine type that allows for this authentically and traditionally, which is just as important to us at Tula HQ.

The other half of our menu includes expertly sourced dairy, meat and fish products to ensure our customers are happy with their choices. Our meal prep options make it very simple to choose just how vegan you would like to make your diet – consider it a challenge and see if you really miss animal products when the dishes are this good. 

It all comes back to sustainability and spreading the inspiring recipes from the people of India. Take a gander at our favourite vegan dishes below.

Check out Tula's full menu below!

Kapha
Non-Veg

Roasted lamb chops with ginger, toasted cumin, cardamom, cloves and cinnamon.

Pitta
Vegan

This bowl is created specifically for the Pitta body type.

Vata
Non-Veg

This bowl is created specifically for the Vata body type.

Kapha
Non-Veg

This bowl is created specifically for the Kapha body type.

Vata
Vegan

Stir-fried cabbage with roasted gram, ginger and curry leaves.

Pitta
Vegan

A bright beetroot and spiced rice ‘pulao’ with mint.

Pitta
Vegan

Sweet and savoury Bengal gram dal with coconut and raisins

Kapha
Vegan

Tangy, tomato and tamarind pigeon peas dal.

Kapha
Vegan

Smoky roasted aubergine mash.

Vata
Vegan

Sautéed potatoes and tomatoes with cumin and turmeric.

Vata
Non-Veg

A delicate cod curry cooked in coconut and spiced with peppercorns, clove and cardamom.

Pitta
Vegan

White pumpkin, sweet potato and carrots in a cumin-spiced coconut sauce.