Have you been trying to find vegan products in Malaysia? It can be a challenge to find high quality products that are locally made in Malaysia. Sala Vegan Restaurant located in Desa Sri Hartamas has a variety of vegan products that are locally made in Malaysia. These products can be found in the restaurant and make for a great take home gift after having your lunch or dinner!
1. Hemp Protein by Organicule SuperFoods
Lots of commercial protein powders contain a lot of additives that you do not want to be putting into your body. Taking hemp protein actually increases your protein intake which is vital to our bodies. Did you know that proteins actually help develop and grow almost every part of our body? Don’t neglect your protein intake and make sure that the protein you are consuming is coming from natural and plant-based sources. In addition to a high volume of protein, Hemp protein improves your heart health, digestive system, boosts the immune system and reduces your sugar cravings! You can purchase Hemp Protein on Organicule’s website or you can come into Sala Vegan Restaurant to take home your own container.
You can use hemp protein in lots of different places. Try using it in your favorite smoothies, shakes, yoghurt or cereal. You can even use it in baked goods to replace flour!
2. Kelava Ice Cream
Kelava Ice Cream is making the rounds in Kuala Lumpur as a delicious and tasty vegan ice cream in Malaysia. You will not be disappointed by trying their many different flavors! Kelava is as local as you can get, hand made and created in the kitchens of two Malaysians, Azlan & Aina. In 2017, they had a dream of making a non-dairy alternative toice cream more mainstream in Malaysia. Kelava is derived from the words Kelapa (which means coconut) and love. Kelava ice cream only contains plant-based ingredients and by tasting it, you would never know the difference!
Some of their flavours include: cookies and cream, chocolate, matcha salted gula melaka, and occasionally cherrie brownie and banoffee! Kelava ice cream is vegan. It is not soy free, as they use soy milk in their ingredients and with the exception of cookies & cream, it is gluten free. Kelava delivers and depending on availability will cater for events. Check out their website for more great information as well as information about their KLV campaign.
3. Crispy Seaweed Chilli
This product is made locally in Malaysia in Johor at Sri Lazat Food Industrial Sdn Bhd. You can find more about this product and many others on their Ikanbrand website. They have “Halal’ certification as well as a “Product of Malaysia” stamp, making them a true local company with Malaysian interests at mind. They strive to produce high quality products and are working with lots of local vendors to promote and support their initiatives. We are excited to partner with them and stock this locally made vegan product on our shelves. Come on in and get some for your family!
One of their products, sold in Sala KL Vegan Restaurant is their Crispy Seaweed Chilli, which is a great addition to fried mee, fried rice, sushi, spring roll and almost any kind of vegetable. You can even taste this delicious chlili on our very own Sala Curry Laksa!
If you would like to see more of the food you see in this post, please drop by our main restaurant located on: A-G-03A Galeria Hartamas, No 21, Jalan 26a/70a, Desa Sri Hartamas. We would be happy to see you and to serve you for either lunch, dinner or an afternoon coffee and vegan dessert!
Sala KL Vegan Restaurant loves being a part of the local vegan community. To check out our involvement with World Vegan Day Malaysia, head on over to our post to see all the fun we had!
For some great Malaysian facebook groups that support Vegans in Malaysia, consider joining:
- Kuala Lumpur Vegans and Vegetarians (https://www.facebook.com/groups/Klvegans/)
- The Vegans (https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheVegans/)
- Malaysian Vegan (https://www.facebook.com/groups/MalaysianVegan/)
See you at Sala!
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