Rudy's Vegan Butcher has launched a fully plant-based Christmas dinner box complete with a vegan turkey.
Hold on everyone, Christmas isn’t cancelled yet! Rudy’s Vegan Butcher, the UK’s first vegan butcher shop has launched a 100% plant-based Christmas dinner box for four.
Nut roasts are out, vegan meats are in. Rudy’s new Christmas box features a sensational seitan Turk’y packed with cranberry and hazelnut stuffing and tempting Turk’y gravy. Alongside the Turk’y centrepiece, you can expect all the traditional trimmings: British potatoes, parsnips, carrots, and even Brussel sprouts with crispy baycon bits.
The decadent box also includes some extras for that notorious Christmas evening buffet such as pastrami, Christmas spiced ham, meat-free meatballs and a meatloaf en croute.
Priced at £55, the festive box will feed four, unless, like Joey Tribbiani, you don’t share food.
Bring home the baycon
Rudy’s Vegan Butcher opened in London on November 1st this year, World Vegan Day. Since then, the team have struggled to match supplies to the unprecedented demand, selling out on the first day alone. It seems everyone in London is bringing home the baycon!
The plant-based butcher shop sells a wide range of vegan meats, from charcuterie styles such as smoked ham and pastrami to animal-free ribs and lobster.
As expected, Piers Morgan wasn’t supportive of the new venture, snapping a photo of the shop with the caption “What fresh hell is this? Utterly ridiculous.” Sorry Piers, but welcome to the future!
The new Christmas box is on sale every Sunday for £55, with delivery the same week. Be quick, the box sells out very fast!
Still undecided on your Christmas dishes?
Read our round-up of the best vegan Christmas ranges to buy in UK supermarkets for 2020.