Here is the 2nd part of the blog post looking at vegan alternatives to popular ingredients that are used on a daily basis and whilst cooking. Today we'll look at vegan alternatives to other popular foods including butter, chicken/beef stock, mayonnaise, honey, sugar, ice cream and last but not least, chocolate.
To support you in your Veganuary efforts we've pulled together a list of alternatives that will make cooking and eating plant-based a breeze if you're new to it (or looking to start), lactose intolerant, or just health conscious and looking to reduce your reliance on meat and dairy.
Whether you have been following a plant based diet for a while or if you are getting ahead of the game for your first taste of Veganuary it can be challenging to follow a vegan diet at Christmas, especially if you are attending a dinner party where the majority of the people are not vegan and many the traditional festive dishes are not vegan-friendly (bacon in Brussels sprouts, who's idea was that?!). However, with a little planning and preparation, it is possible to have a delicious and satisfying vegan Christmas