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Where to eat out this Veganuary

Now that we’ve said farewell to mounds of turkey and pigs-in-blankets and the cheese boards have been put away, lots of us are trying to forge habits for 2020 that…

Now that we’ve said farewell to mounds of turkey and pigs-in-blankets and the cheese boards have been put away, lots of us are trying to forge habits for 2020 that will be kinder on the environment and our bodies…

Yes, Veganuary is back, and we’ve been scouring Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire for the most delicious vegan meals to give you the kind of meat-free indulgence you need this January. Hopefully you’ll agree this is proof that vegan food isn’t all about bland salads and nut roast.

There’s a different spot to try for each week in January to keep you motivated – tag #staffordshiresauce on social media to let us know how you get on!

Week 1: The Roebuck, Leek

Now the warm fuzzy feeling of Christmas has disappeared, we’ve been left with a cold January chill. Enjoy some heat with the Spicy Bean Burger at The Roebuck in Leek. Served in a Live Love Loaf bun, the spicy bean burger comes with iceberg lettuce, tomato & red onion and is served with skin on fries and relish. Who knew vegan food could be so flavoursome, eh?

Week 2: An Apple a Day, Stone

If you’re looking for a clean, light lunch, head over to An Apple a Day on Stone High Street. Everything on the menu has vegan alternatives and a selection of breads so you can personalise your perfect sandwich. Our favourite is We’ve Got the Beet!, which features beetroot, carrot, hummus and avocado. And if you want to give your body a little extra lovin’ after all those Christmas choccies, try one of their delicious homemade juices. We’re obsessed with the Russet Reboot – a blend of beetroot, red cabbage, carrot, lime and apple.

Week 3: The Slamwich Club, Hanley

If you’re a fan of pork and are missing the pigs-in-blankets already, you’ll love The Slamwich Club’s Not-So-Porkie-Pig Slamwich. Enjoy BBQ jackfruit, vegan cheese, potato and onion rosti, vegan sausage and rawslaw between two pieces of locally sourced artisan bread. Plus, you can get 3 for 2 on sides! We adore the Rings of Fire (crispy peri-peri battered onion rings), Polenta-ee of Fries (herby polenta bites with truffle mayo) and Caulipower (tempura cauliflower bites served with jalapeño mayo – pictured). Free onion rings, you say?! Yes please.

Week 4: UVC, Lichfield

If you’re looking for a great restaurant which serves only vegan food look no further than Lichfield’s Ultimate Vegan Cafe. We love the Nofish cakes, made with smoked tofu, potatoes and seaweed, carefully wrapped in breadcrumbs and served with salad. If you’re particularly hungry, we would recommend the Ultimate Moving Mountain Burger, served with chips, slaw, salad and topped with onion rings… it’s a beast! Plus they’re offering 10% off all main dishes during January.

Week 5: The Orange Tree, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Craving a curry to get you through thee longest month of the year? Say no more. Head to The Orange Tree and enjoy sweet potato fritters with katsu curry sauce, baby gem & radish salad and steamed coconut rice. The oriental flavours will have you dreaming about warmer days and will definitely have you cruising through the final week of Veganuary.

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