There’re many well-known foods that are vegan – accidentally or on purpose – that you’re already enjoying.
These products make the road to becoming vegan easier. Like Oreos – you’ve probably been eating Oreos since you were a kid and they are 100% vegan – minus the milk for dunking, of course. As are Jelly Tots. Not many sweets are vegan due to gelatine, but those colourful, sugary jelly sweets are your new sweet treat. Read on and remember to stock up on products and support brands that are limiting harm to animals and the environment – and are delicious too.
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The obvious front-runners
Pasta (dry): almost all dried pasta is made without egg and is therefore 100% vegan
Baked Beans (original recipe, without cheese or sausages etc.)
Chips/French fries: if cooked in veggie oil then they are vegan.
Porridge/Oatmeal: when made with water or plant milk
Oreos: Original and Golden
Cape Cookies: Choc Chip and Crunchy Shortcake
Cadbury Hot Chocolate Powder
Drinks you love
Carling Black Label
A big thanks to veganuary.com for additional information and resources.
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