Electric Future Foods

Plant-Powered People.

We have been transformed by a vegan plant-powered lifestyle that’s quick, fun and affordable. What’s more, we want to share it with you. 

Our first book, Vegan 15: Aint Nobody Got Thyme for That, is in the development stages. Specifically, this cookbook shows that you don’t need time and money to eat well. Infact, it’s full of ideas and time-saving hacks.

We disrupt bad food practices through menu takeovers, workshops and dining experiences, as well as challenging assumptions about Caribbean food.

In the meantime, explore our website for a taste of simple and flavourful plant-powered food. We’ve created our own food reality and you can too.

For any business enquiries contact our agent Felicity Trew at Caroline Sheldon Literary Agency. felicitytrew@carolinesheldon.co.uk

What is a plant-powered vegan?

We eat seasonal vegetables, raw food, wholefoods and pulses, that are free from preservatives and refined sugar. Above all, none of our recipes use canned foods #noCANdo. Similarly we keep everything as fresh as possible, while also cutting down prep and clean-up time.

What does Electric Future Foods mean?

ELECTRIC. Plants are full of electric sunlight energy. In light of this, we update traditional Caribbean recipes, like mac & cheese or oxtail soup, with nutritious veggies. This means we harness plant power without compromising on flavour.

FUTURE. Many food systems are proving unsustainable. Therefore, by combining Caribbean cooking customs with plant-powered principles, we preserve a rich history and ensure its place in the future.

FOODS. Food brings people together. Most importantly, it can empower the collective and sustain the individual. Nutritious food is easy to access if we pay attention to nature. So, by homegrowing, connecting with our local communities or even foraging, we can improve our health and knowledge.


upcoming & past 

Recipe Ideas

ingredients & techniques to inspire your plant-based journey


past menus, costings & ideas


develop your plant-based culinary skills with us


the theories behind our cooking

Urban Garden

grow your own delicious organic veg in the city