Is Stork Vegan?
It can be a little confusing sometimes trying to know if all of the butter alternatives available in shops are vegan-friendly or not. Keep reading to find out if you should add Stork to your plant-based shopping list.
Stork is a well-known name in home baking – whether you’re whipping up fairy cakes, brownies or scones. They’ve been the tub to turn to for light and fluffy cakes, but is this UK margarine brand also suitable for those of us on a plant-based diet?
Is Stork vegan?
Yes, and no – it seems that Stork is vegan-friendly in its block form and a great plant-based option for baking any kind of tasty treat. However, the margarine that comes in a tub contains dairy-based buttermilk, making it unsuitable for vegans.
Make sure to check the small print!
Check out our ultimate vegan baking guide for all the sweet treat inspiration you and your plant-based kitchen will ever need. From giant chocolate chip cookies and pain aux raisins to carrot cake and chocolate fondant – we’ve got every occasion covered for you!
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By Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.