There’s so many options around nowadays if you decide that you want to start living a vegan-based diet/lifestyle, and supermarkets are really starting to get on board with the fact that Vegan-ism is here to stay.
So much so, that you can now get pretty much every food that was ever made in a vegan form, which is just a huge step in the right direction for those who have decided that they want to give up meat and animal products altogether. I personally am not a vegan, but I can’t argue that if I was to decide to change my lifestyle choices, there’s definitely enough options to help me transition.
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One of the latest offerings has come from supermarket giant, Morrisons, and they’ve announced that they’re officially launching Mozzarella Dippers – which is something a lot of my newly-vegan friends have said they miss the most since making the change to their diet.
The V Taste No-Moozarella Sticks are made from a mixture of coconut oil and potato starch, coated in a crispy parsley breadcrumb, and come in packs of eight. Oh, and they look pretty delicious.
“We know a lot of our vegan customers really miss cheese and that their options are often limited at family buffets, which is why we’ve taken a classic cheesy party food that everyone knows and loves and made it vegan,” said Morrisons party food buyer Oliver Smith.
You can now buy the delicious sticks in their stores for just £2.50. I don’t know about you, but next time I have a party I’m gonna pick some of these delicious treats up so that I can spoil all my vegan mates.