12 Tips for A Merry Vegan Christmas

There’s nothing better than sharing quality time and quality food with the ones you love at Christmas. But if you’re eating an all vegan diet this time of year can be tough to navigate. None of us likes to be a bother (especially on Christmas day) and it can be a bit of an emotional minefield declining to partake of your mother’s famous turkey dinner (“what do you mean you’re not having any? It’s Christmas!”) or your in-laws special trifle (“just have a little bowl”).

Likewise, if you’re playing host to vegan friends and family for the first time, deciding what to serve can be a real challenge. Animal-derived ingredients are often present in foods where you really don’t expect to see them. Pesto (includes cheese) and Worcestershire sauce (made with anchovies) are prime examples of this, but there are even some brands of sugar and beer that include animal products.

With this in mind, we thought we’d share a few tips to make sure everyone sat around your Christmas table gets their fill of delicious festive flavours this year! Read all 12 tips here.

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