How to have the perfect flexitarian Christmas

There is no other time of the year that epitomises better the philosophy of eating meat. For the majority people, Christmas simply would not be the same without turkey. As everyone gathers around same table, catering for different diets can be challenging and, yes, it does require a little bit more planning and work.Here are some top tips on how to have the perfect flexitarian Christmas with some veg-centric festivities: Plan vegan or vegetarian appetisers and nibbles. With a full dinner afterwards, lighter meat-free appetisers are often preferred to sausages, smoked salmon or ham anyway. Choose a small turkey or ham, which you know has been raised to high welfare standards, from…

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