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In this episode – we talk Seitan – yes Seitan, not Satan, with the inspirational Rebecca McGuinness and Patrick O'Shea from , the vegan restaurant brand which has taken London by storm. Setting the standard for incredible vegan fast food in London, the couple, who moved to London from Melbourne, Australia, started off selling their vegan fried ‘chicken’ from a market stall. Now they are a globally-recognised, multi-site brand with multiple takeaway restaurants around London. In conversation with presenter Helen Wilson, Patrick and Rebecca share their amazing vegan business success story. Helen and Faye’s chat Viva!’ Head of Communications, Faye Lewis, joins Helen to chat about the role of vegan meat and fast food and how the UK sits within the global plant-based food scene right now. This podcast is sponsored by who are offering Viva! supporters a FREE case of eight vegan craft beers. That is eight craft beers, free from any animal products, sourced and curated from the best breweries on the planet for FREE! (excl. delivery). Go to to find out more. ABOUT OUR SHOW You can hear this show via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and on lots of other apps and websites. Spread the word! Don’t forget to share us on Facebook and Twitter! Get the latest episode every month, straight to your mobile device or computer. It’s automatic and completely free. Copyright owned by Viva! Bristol 2021. Not for re-use without our written agreement. All featured music and content used by permission. Produced by Helen Wilson for Viva!.