Vegan charity Viva! has launched its annual Christmas guide - and it includes a recipe for the elusive Yorkshire Pudding.
The Deliciously Vegan Christmas Guide features over 25 recipes - including Roast Beetroot & Cashew Crostini, Mushroom Wellingtons, Salted Caramel Baked Cheesecake, and Vegan 'Baileys' Irish Cream Liqueur.
The guide, which costs £2, is available to order through the Viva! Shop. All proceeds go back to the charity to help Viva! conduct important undercover investigations, monitor the latest research on health and environmental issues, and host vegan outreach events.
"Christmas is a joyful time of year, and we think there is no better way to spread peace and kindness during the festive season than to extend our compassion to all animals," Viva! Food and Cookery Manager, Maryanne Hall, said in a statement sent to Plant Based News.
"There has never been a better time to go vegan, and our Christmas guide makes it even easier to take that step.
"We have compiled our absolute favourite recipes to showcase the delicious plant-based options available to vegans and non-vegans alike during the Christmas season. Our lovely little guide proves that you no longer need animal products to create an abundance of delectable food, cocktails, and treats."
Viva! hosts an online recipe club which has ideas and tips for the whole year. You can find out more here
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