Watch out Linda McCartney, there’s a new vegan sausage in town and it means business.
The Vegan Food UK Team were recently invited to do an advanced taste test of a new range of vegan sausages that will hit the UK shops this year. We were thrilled to hear that some new vegan sausages were coming to town because, let’s face it, Linda McCartney‘s are still the most popular despite them not being the healthiest of foods. And as there is so much controversy over soy and palm oil, it makes sense that there is still a gap in the market that needs to be filled. These sausages are palm oil and soy free!
Vegan Food UK recently taste tested the new Deliciously Ella Energy Balls to see if they are worth their money.
But let’s just get one thing straight before we carry on: just because a product is vegan and is in the free-from section of the shop, it doesn’t mean that the consumer should pay the earth for it. Unfortunately, the first thing that filled us with doubt about these balls of energy is that they retail between £1.50 (if you are lucky) and £1.99.
We love herbal tea at Vegan Food UK, so we were delighted when a new tea company sent us their fresh bags to try.
Anxietea (www.anxietea.co.uk), as the name suggests, is a company that makes up dedicated anxiety-relief and ultra calming teas. Everything in their teas is designed to make you feel better and of course they are vegan friendly.
If you have not been to Purezza, the UK’s first all-vegan pizzerias, then you are MISSING OUT! They make cheesy vegan pizzas like you have never had before. But we aren’t here to talk about their amazing pizza menu, we are here for their brand spanking new RAW menu.
The Vegan Food UK Team were fortunate enough to recently be invited down to Purezza, in Brighton, to try out their new raw vegan menu, and what a treat it was. Far from a boring Italian restaurant, Purezza is modern, trendy and on the front-line for new and experimental vegan dishes.
“I am currently doing Veganuary and it’s going really well but I have a concern about where I will now get my iron from. What are the best sources? Is it something to be concerned about now I am vegan?
You may have heard in recent news that Sainsbury’s are teaming up with Oxford University scientists to help fight climate change by possibly offering incentives to customers who buy vegetarian food.