VEGANUARY, of course, is not just for January. Once you get the taste for plant-based treats you may choose to adopt that culinary lifestyle all year round or at least incorporate vegan dishes in a flexitarian diet long after all that fuss about Greggs’ vegan sausage rolls is a distant memory. Proof that all this stuff has gone mainstream is the easy availability of vegan dies on the menu (and we don’t mean from Greggs’ counter…

THE PASTA FACTORY Vegan options have always been to the fore at this progressive operation, which makes its own fresh pasta – and has created its own vegan cheese. Go for the ravioli on the menu, either the earthy savoury, Triangoli de Funghi in Salsa al Truffo (filled with mushrooms, garlic, parsley and cashew and dressed with a black truffle and porcini sauce) or the silky chocolate dessert version, filled with figs & dressed in a creamy coconut sauce with coconut chips. You can also buy their Cibus Almondino artisan nut cheeses (four flavours) at Unicorn Grocery, Chorlton and On The Eighth Day on Oxford Road.


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