Easter is just a few weeks away, and if you’re planning to host Easter lunch this year, now is a great time to start planning the menu!
Traditional Easter meals – at least here in the south – seem to center around some kind of animal product. Ham is often the star of the show, with mayo-based salads and maybe some deviled eggs alongside. It might seem a little bit difficult to buck these food traditions, but a big part of eating vegan is reimagining your plate to focus on plant-based foods rather than animal-centric ones.
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Since Easter comes right at the start of the springtime bounty, a great way to veganize your Easter meal – or even just a part of it – is to focus on what’s fresh and seasonal right now. Of course, the veggies in season are going to vary a bit from region to region, but I’ve tried to put together a menu that showcases the delicious flavors of spring!
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