Chelsea were the first Premier League club to have a vegan food kiosk. It's got meat-free versions of our favourite dishes. Deep-fried cauliflower wings and spicy sauce sounds good!
What difference does it make?
Meat and dairy production causes 15% of global greenhouse gases. Going veggie has lots of health benefits and puts less strain on the planet and your pocket.
This activity lowers your carbon footprint by:
1.7 KG CO₂
What do you need?
- Raw vegetables
- Plant-based spread (peanut butter
- jam etc...)
- Check out our selection of Veganuary Match day snacks in the [PSL Kitchen Corner](https://planetsuperleague.com/psl-kitchen "PSL Kitchen page")!
Step by step
Put together the menu for your vegan snacks. Check out the "Match day snacks" recipes on the PSL Kitchen page or the FAQs for a list of ideas.
Pick up your snacks at your local shop, or make them if you can.
Prepare everything on a TV tray: cut veggies, prepare dips and some plant based crackers
Enjoy your snacks while watching the game. Send us a pic. Wearing your kit if possible!
For dipping: radishes, nuts, carrots, cucumber, chips, crisps, tortilla chips; celery sticks For dips: humus, guacamole, dairy free cream or ketchup.
You can also check out a greater veganuary selection of match day snacks on the PSL Kitchen page.
It would be best if it is during the match as it makes the experience more fun.