5 years ago by Lor
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5 years ago by Bruce Bogtrotter
After the excesses of Christmas, many people are embarking on a dietary challenge to kickstart 2018.
Veganuary is a pledge to avoid any animal-based products for one whole month, it promises to improve your health, your impact on the environment and -if you’re sensible- improve your bank balance too!
It’s easier than ever to become vegan with most major supermarkets offering alternatives to dairy and meat plus many restaurants offer vegetarian and vegan meals. All of the restaurants included in Winadinner’s prizes offer delicious eco-friendly fare – Pizza Express offers vegan cheese on their pizzas!)
It’s not all about healthy food though, sometimes you just need to indulge in some naughty treats! Did you know there are many classic snacks that are already vegan-friendly? According to veganuary.com, the following products are (surprisingly!) Vegan!
Doritos: Chilli Heatwave and Lightly Salted
Fox’s: Dark Chocolate Chunkie Cookies, Party Rings
Walkers: Ready Salted, Salt and Vinegar and Prawn Cocktail, Worcester Sauce
Pringles: Original, BBQ Sauce, Texas BBQ, Paprika and Smokey Bacon(!)
Mr Kipling: Treacle Tart, Apple and Blackcurrant Pies
McVities: Fruit Shortcakes, Original and Choc Chip Hobnobs, Gingernuts
Ritz Crackers: Original, Crisp and Thin
Nairn’s Oatcakes: Dark Chocolate Chip
Belvita Breakfast ‘Tops’: Choco Hazelnut
Sainsbury’s Chicken Flavour Instant Noodles
Kettle Chips: Sea Salt, Sea Salt and Balsamic Vinegar and Cracked Pepper
Millions: All flavours except Chocolate Strawberry
and our absolute favourite:
Jus Rol: Pan Au Chocolat, Croissants and Cinnamon Swirls.
Are you trying out Veganuary? Let us know in the comments!
For more information on Veganuary check out https://veganuary.com/