i am deliberate and afraid of nothing

- audre lorde

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what we do

sisterwoman vegan is committed to creating spaces to explore wellness through food and empower our communities with the knowledge, skills and resources needed for holisitic healing. inspired by Black women and our stories, the following events and services work together to demystify plant based eating and make veganism more accessible for all.

private catering

sisterwoman vegan is available for private catering of up to 150 people, offering fresh, flavourful, afro-caribbean inspired vegan food. Previous clients include gal-dem, Aether Magazine, Akala, CAAT, the Institute of Contemporary Art and Impact Hub.

supperclubs

monthly supperclubs with delicious food exploring flavours from the Black diaspora. come prepared to learn and unlearn everything you think you know about plant based eating!

cooking lessons

monthly cooking lessons, workshops and food education exploring Black veganism, holistic health and wellness through food. one on one, group and corporate packages available.

woman talk

woman talk is a monthly, intimate supperclub for Black women to hold space for each other and enjoy a delicious family style meal together, alongside a conversation with a special guest. each month one space will be gifted to a Black woman who would otherwise be unable to attend. 

sisterwoman reading group

NOT  a book club! a monthly meet up to discover a new plant based black owned vegan spot and discuss ideas, theories and topical issues around holistic health, healing and justice.

cross the river in a crowd and the crocodile won’t eat you.

~

malagasy proverb