If you're not at least dipping a toe in to plant-based eating in January, you're missing out.
With some many nutrient-packed foods and recipes to try, Veganuary has never been so much fun. And that's before you even get stuck in to the vast array of new releases that have hit the market over the past few weeks, or products that might not have been on your radar until now...
BOL power shake
Their nutrient-dense soups are a workday staple, but now BOL have ventured in to meal replacement shakes, too. They're made from natural ingredients, and contain all the daily vitamins and minerals you need.
Available in four flavours, we heart the Chocolate Peanut Power Shake, a rich and filling breakfast option for at home or on the go.
This new Middle Eastern 3-minute marinade is available to buy in 650 Co-Op stores and other major supermarkets.
The versatile sauce is perfect drizzled over veggies and protein, and saves time as it can be used in lieu of all the little spicy sprinkles of this and that you'd usually add to make dinner or hummus more exciting.
Get a weekly delivery of freshly prepared, ready to eat, plant-based meals which are anti-inflammatory, clinically backed and gluten free. FOODHAK is the brainchild of Delhi-born Sakshi who was inspired to turn to Ayurvedic dishes from India, such as Kitchari and Rasam, when she was diagnosed with a rare liver disease during her first pregnancy.
Today there are almost 60 dishes available - soups, curries, desserts and breakfasts - all packed with flavour and nutrients. Order now for 40% off your first box.
Their guacamole is hands-down the best on the shelf, so their two new hummuses have a lot to live up to. From January 18th, there'll be a plain and pesto version hitting the shelves in Waitrose.
Both have been made using made using cold pressure technology, so your unopened hummus will last longer in the fridge, helping tackle food waste.
Worrying how you'll cope without bacon in your life? Fear not. This has released a new streaky plant-based rasher that will delight even the fussiest carnivore.
It has a hyper-realistic taste and texture, even cooking and crisping just like its meat equivalent, and just 17 kcal per rasher.
Make sure to keep an eye out for the rest of the range. The This Isn't Chicken pieces are absolutely divine cooked up in a curry, and the mince is great for spag bol, lasagne, tacos or simply cooked and served up with veg.
It's a mind-blowing stat, but half of Brits (51%) have no idea that not all alcohol is vegan.
The research was conducted by Stoneleigh – a 100% sustainable New Zealand certified and vegan wine. Their Classic Sauvignon Blanc is a brilliantly intense, vibrant wine with flavours of grapefruit, white peach and passionfruit.
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