The secret ingredient in these easy vegan chocolate-chip cookies from Alicia Kennedy is creamy coconut butter. Did we mention that you can eat the dough raw?
Philadelphia’s favourite filthy comfort food—beefsteak loaded onto a bread roll and served with oozy cheese—is in its very essence the antithesis of vegan eating. Or so I thought.
Won’t somebody please think of the cows?!
London cheesemaker Lydia Davidson sells her cashew nut-based cheese in shops and cafes across the UK. Most customers aren’t even vegan. “It took a while for people to go, ‘Oh actually, that’s not that bad,’” she says.
In a Shoreditch shipping container complex, Cook Daily is revolutionising the knit-your-own-dhal reputation of vegan food. “People come back again and again—they even bring their grandmas,” says founder King.
Last October, after removing all meat and dairy items from its match day menu, Forest Green Rovers in Gloucestershire became the first vegan football club in the UK.