Whether you are new to vegan eating, just want a healthier more plant-based diet or are a seasoned vegan from way back, this is where we share inspiration from and for our community.
We write about all sorts of topics from the latest trends in plant-based eating to animal rights issues. We also cover questions around vegan protein alternatives, what are the options, how to use them, what is the difference in taste, texture, how to use and store these products. We answer questions on our specific products on our dedicated products pages, here you can find general information about how to live a more vegan lifestyle and the issues surrounding this.
If there is something specific that you would like us to talk about, or information you think is valuable to share with our community please let us know, we love to hear from our customers and fans.
There’s nothing that we like better here at Angel Food than receiving wonderful feedback from happy dairy-free cheese eaters.
Te Anau is a little piece of paradise, right on the edge of Fiordland. And now with the help of Angel Food, it can be your little dairy-free pizza paradise too.
Colin and Alice were lucky enough to spend most of April in the UK – and if you followed our Instagram or Facebook at the time, you’ll know we pretty much just ate and walked and ate and walked. It was great!
These delicious baked parsnip patties are baked not fried, they’re gluten-free and vegan, perfect for a winter lunch.
Recently Angel Food CEO, Alice Shopland, took a trip to the heart of the Waikato to see the work being done by StarFish Bobby Calf Project.
With Christmas looming, the idea of catering for loved ones with allergies and food intolerances can be a cause for trepidation. We know how this feels, and want to make life easier for you.
At Angel Food, we are aware that one of our customers’ key concerns is the impact that everyday choices have on the health of the planet.
It’s been suggested that vegan products shouldn’t carry the names of their animal-derived equivalents. The idea is that it’s fine to make a block of something fatty and delicious, that grates and melts, but don’t call it cheese…
In the habit of adding a dash of cream to sauces and soups when you want that creamy velvety taste? Worried you won’t be able to replicate that with your new dairy-free lifestyle? Don’t worry, you can still enjoy creamy stuff without the cream!
Alice talks to Julie Gunn on the “Animal Rights and Wrongs” show.