More than 60 bakers went head-to-head in Toronto's 10th annual Totally Fabulous Vegan Bake-off this month - an event which sold roughly 700 advance tickets.
The bake-off - which took place at The Glass Factory and Lounge on Sudbury Street - featured both amateur and professional bakers, competing to make the best plant-based treats.
Judges of the event included cookbook author Sam Turnbull, chef Doug McNish, and Candice Hutchings - known for her popular YouTube channel, The Edgy Veg.
The event's sponsors include online retailer VeganSupply.ca, grocery giant Whole Foods, vegan cheese company Daiya, and leather-free handbag creators Pixie Mood - among many others.
The competition was founded by local activist Lisa Pitman - an ethical vegan since her teens.
Pitman is also a certified raw chef, contributor to One Green Planet, and the creator of a blog called Vegan Culinary Crusade.
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