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The Irony of Meat on the Christmas Table During Season of Love & Good Will

As the holiday season approaches, families across the globe eagerly plan for their Christmas feasts, replete with roast turkeys, glazed hams, and succulent roasts.


Yet, beneath the festive cheer and the spirit of giving, a disquieting paradox emerges; the incongruity of having meat on the Christmas table during a time synonymous with love and good will.

Christmas table with ham and turkey

Christmas, traditionally a celebration of birth and new beginnings, stands as a beacon of compassion and unity. Families gather to exchange gifts, share laughter, and reflect on the values of peace and kindness.


However, the presence of meat, often associated with the sacrifice of animals, poses a perplexing question: Can love and good will truly coexist with the consumption of sentient beings?


This cognitive dissonance calls for introspection. In a world where empathy and environmental consciousness are on the rise, the juxtaposition of celebrating love and compassion with the slaughter of animals for festive meals becomes increasingly incongruous.


The availability of plant-based roasts, along with a plethora of wonderful plant-based recipes for Christmas, provides a compelling alternative. These cruelty-free options not only cater to the growing number of vegetarians and vegans but also offer a chance for everyone to embrace a more sustainable and compassionate holiday feast.


The good news is more and more chains are expanding their plant-based Christmas ranges. Aldi UK has just released its lineup which means there is now no excuse to stand back and let someone else be the 'agents of change'.

ALDI Uk Vegan Christmas range

Source: ALDI UK Christmas range.


From savoury mushroom Wellingtons to delectable nut roasts, these dishes not only tantalize the taste buds but also align with the values of love, good will, and empathy that Christmas embodies.

Source: ALDI UK Christmas range. Full list link below.


By incorporating these plant-based dishes into Christmas traditions, families can create a harmonious blend of festive flavours and live their sincere heartfelt values.



It’s a way to savour the season’s joy without compromising the principles of compassion and unity, ensuring the love and good will we cherish during this special time extends to all living beings, both human and animal.


Editors Note: Reuse and reproduction is encouraged with full attribution and links.


For more information and ALDI's Vegan Christmas range. CLICK HERE


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