These alternatives to fast food restaurants not only keep the chickens happy, but offer plant-based healthier versions of your favourite takeaways, which also have less packaging. Fast food litter is one of the bugbears on the English landscape. So either make meals yourself, or use these animal-friendly alternatives in greener packaging.
Some medications ban some food (grapefruit, green veggies). Avoid nuts, seeds and nut/seed butters for young children. Cut carrot sticks & veggie hot dogs lengthwise and again, to stop choking. Choose palm-oil-free vegan butters. See foods to keep away from pets.
Vegan Fakeaway has chapters for American, Chinese, Indian, Italian and Middle Eastern classics including 15-minute recipes, slow-cooker recipes and menus to feed 4 people. Try All-in-One Biriyani, Sesame Spring Rolls, Sicilian-style Pizza, Falafel Flatbreads and Chilli Burritos.
VFC offers ‘buckets of seitan chick*n’ created by a talented chef, working with the co-founder of Veganuary. Based on a ‘wheat made from meat’, this tastes the same, and one chicken’s life is saved, for each 1.5g sold. Soon to be in stores, for now online orders are sent in recyclable packaging (recycle at supermarket bins). Cooks in around 20 minutes (keep ice packs away from pets and children).