London's 'Pure Filth' Pop-Up Shares Healthy Plant-Based Fast Food

 - Nov 16, 2017
References: tate.org.uk & livekindly.co
Award-winning TV chef Gizzi Erskine and nutritionist Rosemary Ferguson created a vegan fast food pop-up called 'Pure Filth' at the Tate Modern art gallery, which puts a healthy spin on a category that's often seen as anything but healthy.

Pure Filth makes a point to offer "healthy food for hedonists," including options like a Pure-filth Happy Meal, Tumeric Dream juices and an array other options packed with good-for-you veggies. In all, Erskine describes that Pure Filth is about "challenging the maxims that fast food cannot be healthy, and healthy food cannot taste great." For the Tate x Pure filth series, artist Jake Chapman designed a set of limited-edition lunch boxes for the meals.

Although the pop-up will only be available to experience at the Tate Modern for a limited time, Erskine and Ferguson have plans to open a permanent, fixed location in the following year.