“We wanted a place that feels like our home, ” says Coralie Jouhier, the co-owner of Afro-Caribbean vegan café Jah Jah by Le Tricycle. Her approach to vegan fare—and the space in which she serves it—dispels any stale stereotypes that might cling to ethical eating. “A lot of people thought vegan food was only eating salad or that it was a ‘white’ thing, ” says Jouhier, whose mother and father hail from Martinique and Senegal respectively and raised her on This story is from Kinfolk Issue Thirty Buy Now Related Stories Food Issue 19 My Kitchen Table: Dominique Crenn French-born chef Dominique Crenn knows how to keep a level head and relishes the nights when she gets to cook to her own soundtrack. Food Issue 19 Recipe: Chamomile Cookies When your day is filled with too much excitement, taking time to sit quietly with these calming morsels and a cup of tea could be just the antidote. Fashion Issue 19 Camille Tanoh Camille Tanoh found his niche working for Pierre Hardy and Paul Smith. Now he’s blazing a path for the next generation of French designers. Design Issue 19 David Rager David Rager, co-founder of design firm Weekends, shares his tale of LA and Paris and how he makes time for life’s little distractions. Food Issue 19 The Spicy Menu Nothing gets our hearts racing and noses running like a healthy dose of heat, but chile isn’t the only ingredient that gets our blood pumping. Food Issue 18 The Black and White Menu Despite being devoid of color, this menu is by no means short on taste—by limiting some of our senses, we can amplify others.