Never before have we lived in a world where plant-based diets have been well catered-for in supermarkets and restaurants globally and going vegan is becoming a very popular lifestyle choice. Especially at Christmastime, it’s easy to forget how many animal products we consume: from the camembert we tuck into for starters, the turkey or chicken roast we have for our mains and even the products and toiletries we receive from our friends and families.
This month’s issue of Vegan Food & Living not only inspires change for your festivities this year, but also provides countless pages of recipes, gift ideas and articles on how to be kinder to the planet. For example, instead of having a traditional sausage stuffing with your Christmas Dinner, why not try the roast vegetable stuffing (the recipe can be found on page 18!). Or, if you want to try something different, why not try one of the dairy-free cheese boards that are sold by most major supermarkets instead of an ordinary cheese board?
Aside from the Christmas theme, you’ll also find two pages dedicated to vegan beauty products and an interview with a sleep expert on how to get a better night’s rest.
If you want to try something different this Christmas and do your bit for the planet, you can pick up November’s issue of Vegan Food & Living while stock lasts. December issue is expected on 18th November 2020.