Bring Me The Horizon’s frontman Oli Sykes has just added a new plant-based burger to the menu at his vegan eatery, Church, Temple of Fun.
Sykes is passionate about veganism and animal rights, and his new eatery project aims to bring vegan-friendly food and drink to the North side of Sheffield.
The burger, made by Moving Mountains and available in a special rainbow bagel to support Pride, is made from potatoes, wheat, soy, mushrooms, coconut oil and beetroot juice. The original version was launched at Mildreds in February, but now it is available at Sykes’ eatery in Sheffield too, and it looks more exciting than ever!
On the Moving Mountains Foods Instagram page, a post announced: ‘Hello Sheffield! The vegan stars over at @mnbvegan have started serving the Moving Mountains B12 Burger, and even better, they’re making a special Sheffield Pride version, complete with a rainbow bun. 30p from every burger goes to a local LGBTQ+ charity, so head down to Temple Of Fun over on Kelham Island to get stuck in!’
The charity the burger is supporting is Say It Sheffield, which gives young people valuable and practical support around LGBTQ+ life, sexual health and wellbeing. They help to improve public knowledge of these things and address discrimination in the area.
Speaking to The Independent about the launch of the Moving Mountains B12 burger, founder Simeon Van der Molen said: ‘this launch not only marks a huge leap in innovation for humanity, by allowing consumers to bite into a future that is better for their health and the health of our planet, but also addresses a growing new consumer trend for flexitarian dining. Now Brits can have their meat and eat it without the environmental impact of the animal agriculture industry.’
Find out more on the Facebook page of Church, Temple of Fun: @TempleOfFun.