Kerrang! (UK) - - Xmas Food -

“Christ­mas din­ner is about eat­ing a meal around the peo­ple you love, whether you’re a ve­gan or not, and for that rea­son I al­ways look for­ward to it. I’ve been ve­gan for eight years, and I’m the only one in my fam­ily, so I have a meal pre­pared sep­a­rately to who­ever I’m with, but it’s still a ‘proper’ Christ­mas din­ner.

“There’s a sub­sti­tute for ev­ery­thing you’ll find on the plate of some­one eat­ing the tra­di­tional din­ner – you just swap in the re­place­ments. there’s ve­gan turkey, ve­gan casse­role is a par­tic­u­larly great op­tion! Af­ter that it’s all about the veg­eta­bles, and for the most part I don’t think you have to do any­thing dif­fer­ent to those the non­ve­g­ans at the ta­ble are eat­ing, but of course you don’t want any­thing cooked in but­ter, and when it comes to the pota­toes you’ll cook those in oil and not goose fat. “One thing my mom does, which I love, is acorn squash. She ba­si­cally cuts that in half and sprin­kles brown sugar all over it. You slow cook it and it gets re­ally soft and sweet, which goes great with ev­ery­thing

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