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We’re not even through the first quarter of 2022 and already, it’s been an action-packed one for the plant-based movement. Could 2022 be the year that sees more people eating vegan meals than ever?
Whether you're celebrating your first vegan Christmas or just dabbling in more plant-based goodness, holiday gatherings can be both exciting and daunting. With so much emphasis placed on food, making new traditions – not to mention recipes – is no mean feat. Read on for my tips, advice, and all the virtual high fives you could wish for, and then some! You totally got this!
Imagine a colourful, fully stocked, carefully arranged cheeseboard plopped down at the centre of a gathering. This host means business. Now imagine that every single person at this little shindig – including the vegans and the coeliacs and the lactose-intolerant and even the paleo* ones – can share in its creamy, soft, tangy glory! That's the power of a thoughtfully curated plant-based cheese platter. *Don't quote me on the paleo thing.
With the Aussie meat pie and sauce culture synonymous with the footy world, here's a guide to help you celebrate Grand Final Day the plant-based way.
If for the duration of the Olympic Games you're glued to your TV screen, you may be interested to learn that there is a slew of plant-powered athletes going for gold in Tokyo.
When embracing a diet rich in plants, there seems to be one question on everyone's lips – "where do you get your protein?" Well read on, friends, as I walk you through some of the best (and tastiest) sources that will help you meet your daily requirements with ease!