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Enjoying a Plant-Based Kiwi Christmas

Enjoying a Plant-Based Kiwi Christmas

December 6th, 2019

A third of Kiwis now eat less or no meat, so chances are that either you — or several of your loved ones – will be seeking out plant-based options this Christmas. That’s why we’ve put together a festive feast that is so full of flavour, everyone will enjoy it!

Whether to take action to combat the climate emergency, to contribute towards a kinder Aotearoa for animals, or to follow in the footsteps of plant-powered athletes — sitting down to enjoy a plant-based Christmas feast makes a lot of sense. And, the best part? You can still enjoy traditional Kiwi Christmas favourites!

Tucking into a climate-conscious, animal-friendly feast with all the festive trimmings has never tasted so good. From a juicy vegan roast & Hasselback potatoes to sticky date pudding with caramel sauce, and everything in between, this Plant-Based Christmas Menu will have vegans and non-vegans alike heading back for seconds (and thirds)!

Get ready to impress! Whether you’re making a full family spread or taking along a plate, these mouth-watering, plant-based festive recipes are sure to tantalise the taste buds of even the most devoted meat-eater!

 

Head here for all you need to enjoy a plant-based Christmas!

 

Following SAFE on Instagram? We’ve paired up with some generous Kiwi businesses to offer an incredible Plant-Based Christmas Giveaway for one very lucky follower!

 

 

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Eating a plant-based diet is the most important thing you can do to help animals. It's a simple switch, but it makes a big difference. You'll feel great knowing that you are putting your values into action. Challenge yourself to give it a try. We bet you’ll find it tastier and easier than you ever imagined!

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