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We know going full-vegan isn’t easy for everyone. We get it.
For the days, weeks or meals you cut meat and dairy, we’re here to help. After all, our planet needs lots of us to make small, imperfect changes.
Why do people go vegan (ish)?
The UK’s vegan population is expected to double in 2020, jumping to over 2,000,000 people. It’s undeniable that plant-based diets are on the rise, but what’s behind this growing trend? Why are people inspired to try a vegan diet?
For the enjoyment!
Many decide to switch to a plant-based diet for the sheer enjoyment of their food. Nature’s pantry is large, very large – and it offers food-lovers a mesmerisingly-wide range of ingredients. From the pulled-pork texture of the jackfruit to the nutty flavours of tempeh, there are many weird and wonderful ingredients to play around with in a plant-based diet.
For better health
Plant-based diets have long been known to be beneficial for your health. Swapping out meat and dairy for plants has been shown to have positive effects for heart health, immunity, and even hormone levels. You don’t even need to completely cut out animal products in order to reap the health benefits; all of the world’s so-called ‘blue zones’, distinguished by their high concentrations of centenarians, can be called ‘veganish’ – united by diets that are low in meat and diary, and high in vegetables, whole-grains, and healthy fats.
For the environment
Vegan diets have less of an impact on the environment than ones containing meat and dairy. A recent study found that ‘food’ accounts for around a quarter of global greenhouse emissions. 58% of this comes from animal products, with half of this figure tied specifically to the production of beef and lamb. Fruits, vegetables, nuts, and pulses, on the other hand, are usually far less intensive in terms of resources required to produce.
For ethical reasons
According to a 2019 survey by Vomad, 69% of vegans have chosen a plant-based diet because of issues related to animal welfare. For these people, turning herbivore means reducing the number of animals bred and reared for meat or dairy. The conditions animals are kept in, how they’re maintained, and how they’re killed all come into the ethical argument for veganism. By choosing plants over animal-products, they’re deciding not to fund an industry that they’re not comfortable with.
It’s not just lettuce...
Long gone are the days when eating a plant-based diet revolved entirely around leaves (though we like leaves, too).
Our menu of over 20 dishes utilises sustainably-sourced ingredients and borrows secrets from worldwide cuisines, curated in our London kitchen by chefs.
so, how does it work?
1. pick 6 dishes
It’s a tough job, but we believe in you
2. delivered frozen
To you at a time that suits
3. heat, eat, repeat
Swap, change or cancel too - we’re flexible
Get ready to get hungry
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Why give vegan...ish a go?
a plant-based diet can reduce your food carbon footprint by up to 73% - it’s the diet with the lowest environmental impact around
every family in the UK ditching meat from one meal a week would have the same environmental impact as taking 16 million cars off the road
it’s a great way to lower your cholesterol and reduce your risk of heart disease
going vegan for a day saves roughly 1,100 gallons of water, 30 sqft of land and 20 lbs of CO2
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Lentil + Chutney Chana Bowl
Rice and lentils with garlic spinach, roasted sweet potato and butternut squash, topped with spice toasted cashews and a chickpea smash.
Miso + Tamari Tofu Bowl
Japanese inspired tamari and chilli glazed tofu, with edamame and lime smash, a daikon, carrot and cabbage slaw with mirin dressing, over a bulgur wheat and quinoa grain mix.
Protein Power Bowl
Miso roasted tofu, coconut and edamame smash, with power grains, sweet chilli broccoli, sesame cabbage, and a pea and edamame medley.
Green Goodness Bowl
Grains and green chickpeas served with garlic chilli kale and a mighty pea and mint smash… basically a nutritionist in a bowl.
Smoky Corn + Spanish Rice Bowl
Spanish rice, kidney beans, sweet potato and sweetcorn, topped with tofu queso, bean and pea smash, and smoky almonds.
Spiced Squash Grain Bowl
A mix of bulgur wheat, red quinoa, pearl barley, apricot and spices, served with garlic cabbage and an onion and tomato spiced tagine.
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