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GUESS WHO’S

Three nutrition experts share their culinary advice for making guests with dietary requirements feel welcome and well fed on Christmas Day

CATERING FOR SPECIAL DIETS

THE VEGAN or VEGETARIAN

PIXIE TURNER, aka Plant-based Pixie, nutritionist

WHEN YOU CAN’T HIDE behind a meat centrepiece you have to make every element shine. Get maximum flavour from veg by roasting or pan-frying in a little oil rather than boiling. Supermarkets offer great meat-free alternatives to turkey to serve one or two, which makes cooking for a mixture of guests straightforward.

STARTER

Last year I made homemade edible Christmas crackers packed with vegetables. They went down well, so I’ll be making them again this year.

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About Healthy Food Guide

A healthier Christmas all wrapped up in this festive issue. Lower stress with our expert guide that helps you relax and take holiday pressure in your stride. Food wise, all the classics, from turkey to trifle, have been made healthier, plus tips for feeding veggie or gluten-free guests. And, of course, there’s chocolate! HFG nutritionists reveal the healthiest treats. Plus, ways to beat colds and flu, and get better faster.