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Going Vegan In Singapore At The Vegan Dome

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Of all the outrageous, far-fetched and sensationalised diets to exist, veganism seems to have the worst reputation of them all. Commonly associated with trigger-happy, salad-munching green warriors who always seem to have something to say about what everyone else is eating, veganism often attracts a slew of doubtful looks during any conversation.

Despite the less than pleasant stereotypes surrounding veganism, many Singaporeans turn to the lifestyle in search of cruelty-free, healthy alternatives to their favourite foods. But as with most diets, it can be challenging to adhere to the multitude of do and do nots. Today, we’re exploring the trials and tribulations of going vegan in Singapore!



Veganism is defined as the practice of abstaining from animal products, particularly in diet, and an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of animals. Put simply, vegans do not consume or use animal products in their day-to-day. Apart from not eating foods like meat and dairy, they also refrain from purchasing products made from animal skins or hide.

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Apart from the slew of obvious health benefits, veganism contributes heavily to the fight against cruel practices like animal testing and reduces the demand and consumption of animal-derived products. Many people also turn to veganism seeking to live more sustainably, as well as reduce their carbon footprint and the subsequent impact on the Earth’s natural resources.

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While many people have no trouble making the transition over to going vegan, some are unable to give up their favourite meat and dairy products. Some lament the lack of varying textures in their newfound diets while others worry about a lack of substantial protein sources. Well, vegan veterans will know that vegetables can be an equally potent source of protein. Veggies like edamame, chickpeas, lentils, quinoa, Brussel sprouts and beans are rich in protein and sure to keep you fueled for the day!


Going Vegan In Singapore

So, this brings us to the question of the day: Is going vegan in Singapore actually possible? The answer is a hard yes! Going vegan in Singapore is possible, albeit more challenging due to Singapore’s extensive and vibrant food culture.

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In recent years, Singapore has evolved to become more inclusive of a plethora of diets, including veganism. We can easily find vegan options in most shopping malls in Singapore, and many food and beverage establishments offer vegan-friendly alternatives to choose from. Unfortunately, these vegan options can be pricey, and many aspiring vegans find themselves massively overspending on food as a result.


To combat this issue, many vegans often choose to prepare their own meals. Not only is this more affordable and nutritious, but it also cuts down the anxiety of having to double-check if the food is truly free from animal products. Unfortunately, 100% vegan products are hard to find in your run-of-the-mill grocery shops in Singapore, and the available selection is often very limited.


The Vegan Dome

Cue The Vegan Dome, one of Singapore’s first exclusively vegan marketplaces! Hailing vegans nationwide, The Vegan Dome is your one-stop shop for necessities, ranging from irresistible snacks to everyday essentials. Here, say goodbye to the days of obsessively checking your nut butters for dairy products because all offerings are 100% vegan! The Vegan Dome also has a brick-and-mortar store in Singapore for those eager to check out their products in person.

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Browse through The Vegan Dome’s extensive selection of canned goods, dried food, sauces, boxed and pre-made products and more! This is a vegan’s paradise, conveniently accessed with just a few clicks on your smartphone. Plus, the website also offers an array of creative vegan recipes for any talented homecooks interested in experimenting with all-vegan ingredients!

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Ideal for both vegans and non-vegans alike, one can find all sorts of interesting, never-before-seen ingredients and snacks at The Vegan Dome. Inspired by the vibrant vegan culture in Australia, the products are sure to be a crowd-pleaser and leave you coming back for more!

Address: 135 Middle Road, Bylands Building, #02-28, 188975

Opening Hours: 10 AM – 6.30 PM (Mondays to Fridays), 10 AM – 2 PM (Saturdays), Closed on Sundays

Website: The Vegan Dome

Social Media: Instagram


Eating Green 

Next time you’re in need of a refill of your beloved vegan products, check out The Vegan Dome for vegan options as far as the eye can see! Get your vegan loot delivered right to your doorstep and prepare your meals for the week with ease. Who says you can’t have quality and convenience at the same time!