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what’s the alternative? BUTTER

You’ve mastered swapping eggs for Aquafaba and finally started to get to grips with vegan cheese. Replacing animal-based staples in your diet with plant-based ingredients so far… well, it’s a huge success. But what about butter? Whether you’re a seasoned chef or toast lover, butter doesn’t have to pose a potential culinary issue

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Charlotte Willis is a freelance journalist and health writer who has worked with the Vegan Society, Veganuary and other online vegan publications. Her fields of expertise and interests include vegan nutrition, holistic healthcare, mindfulness and fitness. She is currently researching and studying the links between food and psychological health while pursuing a doctorate degree in counselling.

Due to its versatility, butter is a traditional dairy-based ingredient that the majority of us will previously have regularly stashed in our cupboards and fridges as a staple. After all, butter is used in a whole host of different recipes – everything from cakes and pies, rich sauces and fried mushrooms to simply spread on toast or bread rolls.

Butter is akin to milk when it comes to being versatile in the kitchen, yet is all too often overlooked when it comes to finding a suitable vegan replacement. This month’s guide to replacing butter for dairy-free alternatives is your ultimate vegan kitchen hack.

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The November issue of Simply Vegan is packed with quick and easy recipes – from hearty winter one pots to delicious mezze dishes to enjoy with friends. Try Made in Chelsea star Lucy Watson's new autumn recipes, plus WIN vegan bake off goodies worth £225! We also show you where to eat out on the high street, how to make your own vegan scented candles and what natural shampoos are on our radar this month.

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