Start planning your Christmas feasts with the November issue of Vegan Food & Living

Start planning your Christmas feasts with the November issue of Vegan Food & Living

We may not quite know what Christmas is going to look like yet this year, but one thing we do have control of is all the delicious vegan food that we plan to fill it with!

The key to a stress-free festive period is planning, so we’re getting things started early by featuring a host of unmissable festive treats in our November issue of Vegan Food & Living.

From our fun and fabulous gingerbread trifle cover star, to Christmas lunch centrepieces that will impress even the biggest vegan-skeptic, and sumptuous sides that add the perfect finishing touch, we’ve got plenty to give you that festive feeling.

Also this issue, we show you how to make your own preserves and chocolates to give as gifts, whip up some Christmas cocktails and share what to bake instead of a traditional Christmas pudding.

If you’re resolutely refusing to think about Christmas just yet, we’ve still got plenty to interest you this month. We whip up a brunch extravaganza with no tofu in sight, share some warming autumn one-pot wonders, and get creative with vegan street food you can cook at home.

Finally, we help you give yourself some tlc with 10-minute self-care tips, explore how you can be a bit more creative with sharing the vegan message this World Vegan Month, and reveal natural anti-ageing tips for your skin.

Get all this and much more in the November issue of Vegan Food & Living.

Don’t forget, you don’t need to go out to get your hands on this issue. Click here to get it posted direct to your door, or you can download the digital edition here.

You can also pick up a copy from selected Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Asda, Co-op, M&S Food stores and independent newsagents.

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