VegNews 12 days of vegan gift ideas

VegNews 12 days of vegan gift ideas

The holiday is officially here and we could all benefit from spreading the jubilation after these tumultuous two years. And what is better to do with it than all the vegan delicacies? Whether it’s delicious hot sauces, a supply of chocolate truffle or a dog coat in faux fur for your pet, VegNews editors were tasked with finding 10 vegan products that they would provide this year. The result? An endless variety of gift ideas for you!

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Day 1: Spices, sauces and more

If there is one piece of advice I always give to friends, it is to fill it up with spices. And do not just stop there: vinegar, hot sauces, powders, pastas, small crispy crunchy things, sprinkle this and that – everything that can bring life to your food, always have it on hand. ”
—VegNews Senior Editor Richard Bowie

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Day 2: Cake, cookies & ice cream… delivered!

“Thanks to innovation and a good amount of dry ice cream, we can ship the impossible – ice cream, deep dish pizza, vegan sashimi and even fully sized cakes in full size. And I crave it all.”
—VegNews Digital Editor Ask Smart

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Day 3: Time to bet on our dogs

Do not tell the little ones, but this Christmas, their specially curated doggie gifts were designed not only to meet their basic needs, but the companies I was condescending to reflect the things I am most passionate about: compassion, ethical entrepreneurship and plant-based foods. “
—VegNews Editor at Large Jasmin Singer

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Day 4: Woman-owned stocking stoppers

“So this year, as I end my search for the perfect stockings, I honor my mother, my sisters, and all the women who inspire me to buy from and support women-owned businesses. It’s a little thing that doubles the feel- good feelings by giving. ”
—VegNews Associate Editor Jocelyn Martinez

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Day 5: Gifts for the kids

“As a parent, it’s a must to make peace with the piles of cheap plastic toys, so as not to lose (the rest of) your sanity. It seems that even with the best of intentions, it’s impossible to avoid the rubbish that accumulates. “Fortunately, there are some great opportunities that are sustainable, natural and support some quite worthy causes. In addition, children love them.”
—VegNews Director of Digital Strategy Jill Ettinger

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Day 6: A very Russian Christmas

“As you might guess from my last name below, I’m not from around these parts. I come from the former USSR, where winters were cold and the food was either meat, potatoes or meat and potatoes. Fortunately, I now live in San Francisco. , and every holiday season I try to connect with my roots by adding a Soviet Ukraine flare to my festivities and gift traditions – and you can too, even without the Soviet background. “
—VegNews Senior News Editor Anna Starostinetskaya

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Day 7: Warm, wool-free and wonderful

“At this time of year, when we’ve gone from a not-so-nifty fall to full winter weather, I replace my canvas high-tops with waterproof leather boots and dig my warmest, feather-free jacket forward to the days when I have to look outside. And when the sun goes down at 4:40 pm, you’ll find me ready for a night with my slippers with faux fur, fleece blanket and my favorite book because – you guessed it – it’s too cold to go anywhere.
—VegNews News Editor Nicole Axworthy

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Day 8: Gifts that give back

“Now I understand that – practical charity work is not always an option for some people (I look at you, snowy Midwesterners). But there are so many ways to be charitable this holiday season from the comfort of your own home… even if it means , that you should lie in a hot bath while pampering yourself with decadent dark chocolate and spicy martini for a good cause! ”
—VegNews Food Editor Eddie Garza

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Day 9: The ultimate night care routine

“With the Christmas festivities in full swing, we run from store to store looking for the perfect gift for our beloved friends and family, while also working, running errands and trying to maintain a social life… all while keeping track of eternal life . -changing news cycle. Well, I’m saying it’s time to dump her and move on. As we end this tumultuous year, one thing remains crucial: We must take better care of ourselves to be our best selves in the world. “
—VegNews Beauty and Style Editor Aruka Sanchir

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Day 10: Eco-friendly gifts for the home

“It’s no secret that most of us have spent a lot more time at home and indoors these days. And while it is certainly a luxury and a privilege to work from home, the days when you do not even set foot without for your own home, drain both mind and body – I know they have been for me.Curing our home so that it is as relaxing, personal and soothing to the mind and body as possible is important, especially when we cope with the cool and dark winter months ahead. “
—VegNews New Products Editor Sarah McLaughlin

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Day 11: Chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate

“There’s no better time than the holidays to gift the magic of chocolate. Every year I order vegan truffles, toffee, barks, bars, brownies and everything in between from my favorite chocolate makers to gifts for my loved ones. For me, chocolate symbolizes love, and these days it has never been easier to give away a beautiful box of vegan chocolate. “
—VegNews publisher and co-founder Colleen Holland

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Day 12: Get ready for the new year

“We want to be right up with you. We’re a little scared. As we approach 2022, it’s worrying to see numbers start to rise around the world again. However, it’s not entirely bad. 2021 marks another unforgettable landmark year for the vegan movement and represents a major step forward towards a more sustainable and compassionate future for all.And for that we celebrate with our very favorite ways to lift our spirits, spread joy and remember all the amazing things that are to be thankful for. “

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