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Discussion in 'Lifestyle, Health & Diet' started by proactive, Dec 14, 2017.
I have a need to buy someone a decent box of vegan Chocolates.
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I've never heard 'decent' 'vegan' and 'chocolate' used in the same sentence before....
So if I repackage some Thornton's, typex out any reference to milk etc and scrawl vegan on them, will she be any the wiser?
Booja Booja and Celtic Choices are ones I normally go for.
Thanks v much @Lunar Scorpion. All sorted now
I waited in for a week for my delivery of vegan chocolates (think it was booja booja) . Expected a massive box to arrive...it was pushed through the letterbox ...only measured 4" x 3"
I also got a vegan selection box from Aldi , much cheaper and apparently tasted really nice.Was going to buy some more yesterday but couldn't see them in the store anymore.
'Almost all normal chocolate out there is not without it's typical dairy industry animal cruelty, any decent person would and should for the well being of the animal go vegan...
...there's plenty of decent vegan chocolate out there, just go looksee and try!'
Montezuma's do quite a number of vegan chocolate, go through the flavours and find your favourites!
Like a toddler in a sweet shop, you work ya way through the goods to find a favourite.
At the moment my thing is Pudology, O to the M to the G to the AMAZING!
I got a tad wound up when was deciding to go Vegan thinking I would have to forgo chocolate in the future, have since been pleasantly surprised to find a lot of 60+% coco chocolate, contains no animal products; check ingredients. If it says "may' contain milk, it's because it's made in a factory where milk is used, and they have to say it for legal reasons. Well that's what I've heard! Plenty of respectively good priced stuff our there In all main supermarkets. Fill your boots, but check the ingredients in the label!
Aldi have a selection of chocolate; check the ingredients list just to make sure, but most of the 'dark chocolate' containing over 60% co-co is vegan, including 100g FIn Carre bars, they in red packaging, and priced at 39p! Its amongst the most like 'ordinary/commercial/conventional' chocolate that I have tasted, so if that is what floats your boat give it a dry. Personally buy some Fin Carre as well, cos at that price it would be rude not to, and the fact they are Fairtrade makes them even better!
Lidl also sell that brand.
Did I say 'Aldi'?
Was looking for a replacement for the Aldi dark chocolate that used to be dairy free, that no longer seems to be available, and has been replaced by a dark chocolate a few weeks ago containing.........-
and where did I get it from.......LIDL!
Apologies for any confusion!
Have you had a knock on the head...?
Aldi - Milk - Lidl - all these four-letter words with Ls and Is in......
I can vouch for Vego (i get mine from Holland & Barrett).
Found a 'Divine' plain chocolate egg that appears to be Vegan in Oxfam if anyone is celebrating Easter - I don't know anyone who is to be fair! And also Lidl have a plain chocolate vegan Easter egg......
Not even sure the bloke who came up with the concept celebrates Easter in all its original glorious form.
I am told that https://www.thesunnyspoon.co.uk/ does good stuff.