There is an amazing array of delicious vegan burgers, sausages, hot dogs, steaks and more that can take centre stage at any BBQ, as well as the vegan versions of all the traditional side dishes which are now widely available! We also hope to inspire people to choose a #PlantBasedBBQ by highlighting the environmental and animal welfare impacts of intensive pig and cattle farming.
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Once upon a time, vegan guests at a BBQ would have to endure a pitiful corn on the cob, charred bean burgers or assortments of side salads. Not anymore! There’s an endless array of vegan BBQ foods in UK supermarkets, from sizzling sausages to bangin’ burgers.
If you think there is something fundamentally different about farmed animals than, say, a dog or a cat, then you probably haven’t met Esther the Wonder Pig.
Some cows are playful, cheeky and outgoing, while others are more sensitive, thoughtful and shy. But on beef farms, cows suffer both physically and emotionally.
There’s never been a better time to throw a plant-based BBQ, thanks to the amazing vegan products available in supermarkets. However, if you want to cook up a meat-free feast from scratch, there are also tons of options.
Gone are the days when the only ice cream flavour that vegans could find in the shops was vanilla! Now there are heaps of dairy-free ice creams on the market and the biggest problem is fitting them all in your freezer.
Find out how to make a vegan version of this barbecue classic with this easy-to-follow recipe
Perfect for a side at your summer barbecue!
Whilst many vegans will tell you that switching diet has helped with their health and fitness, it’s equally valid to look for sweet treats and indulgences as part of a plant-based lifestyle. Sometimes, though, it’s possible to combine the two – impossibly flavoursome snacks made up of seeds, pulses, fruits, nuts and other highly nutritious ingredients!
Pulled jackfruit is the vegan pulled pork… This recipe will change your life!
When I first became vegan, way back, I found it really tricky making burgers that didn’t fall apart. I finally found a very simple combination that works and haven’t looked back!
This sweet, fresh and fruity couscous is a great lunchbox option, perfect for barbecues and works well as a side dish or served with roasted Mediterranean vegetables.
Add a kick to dinnertime with these juicy tofu skewers, smothered in spiced tikka marinade and served on a bed of turmeric-infused rice. Freshness and vitamin A come courtesy of a creamy cabbage and apple slaw
An absolute must for picnics, parties and barbecues, this recipe is vibrant and packed with flavour.
Check out this delightful recipe provided by Garden Gourmet
A unique blend of herbs and spices give a plant-powered kick to the award-winning Oumph! Kebab Spiced strips. Fire up the barbecue and cook on skewer with fresh grilled peaches, it’s simply awesome – full of colour and bursting with flavour.