Yep, filling those long lonely gaps of boredom between delicious plant-based meals is surprisingly easy when you’re palm oil free!
Having just had Christmas we have an abundance of naughties in the larder. I thought I’d take a look at what’s already here to see what would be allowed in Orangutanuary. I think I was hoping it all wouldn’t be, for my waistline. Unfortunately, or fortunately if you’re a lucky one, it was pretty much all good!
NUTS & SEEDS
- KP Jumbo Salted Peanuts – Vegan and palm oil free
- Tesco Pumpkin Seed Mix – Vegan and palm oil free
- Tesco Chilli Seed Mix – Vegan and palm oil free
- Cofresh – Bombay Mix, Cornflake Mix, Chilli & Lemon Potato Grills – Vegan and palm oil free
- The Co-operative Mini Poppadums – Vegan and palm oil free
- Phileas Fogg American Bubble Chips Louisiana Sweet & Smokey BBQ – Vegan but unsure on the origin of E471. I have contacted them.
- The Co-operative Streaky Crispies – Vegan and palm oil free
- Waitrose Giant Pretzels with Sea Salt – Vegan and palm oil free
- Penn State Original Sea Salted Pretzels – Vegan and palm oil free
- The Co-operative Mini Gingerbread Shapes – Vegan and made with sustainable palm oil
- Lazy Day Chocolate Chip Shortbread – Vegan but made with unspecific vegetable oil. I have contacted them.
- Nairns Mixed Berries Oat Biscuits – Vegan and made with Sustainable Palm Fruit Oil
If in doubt? FRUIT!!
How’s your palm oil free month going? Please comment and let me know!