You Can Now Get Vegan Chicken Nugget Bouquets For Valentine's Day
Buying for a loved-one on Valentine's Day can be tricky. Not everyone is into roses and teddy bears, and there's a lot more to be considered than their favourite kind of chocolate. For instance, what if they're vegan?
Well if your partner does happen to be plant-based, we've just the thing: a chicken-style nugget bouquet.
Vegan food brand The Fry Family Food Co has created the ideal present for non-meat eaters, and it'll probably impress them far more than a bunch of roses.
The romantic creation includes two full packs of the brand's nugget-alternatives, encased in premium tissue paper and accompanied by decorative flowers. Imagine presenting that to your vegan spouse on 14th February? Sparks will be flying!
Unfortunately, the chicken-style bouquet isn't available for sale, but Fry's have launched a step-by-step guide to help you create the meat-free masterpiece on your own.
Simply find some lovely wrapping for the bouquet, place it on a flat surface and begin adding in some foliage.
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Next, you need to cook your nugs (you can purchase Fry's meat-free nuggets at Iceland for £2.50 for a 380gram pack) before threading them on to metal skewers.
Arrange the nugget stalks within the bouquet and just wrap the bouquet with the paper and secure with some tape to finish.
"That's why we've created the world's first vegan chicken-style nugget bouquet, along with a step-by-step guide explaining how to create it at home - because everyone knows a handmade gift is extra special.
"We hope Fry's fans across the UK find someone who looks at them the way we look at our chicken-style nugget bouquet this Valentine's Day!"
But fear not meat-eaters, the nugget bouquet works equally well with the real deal, as some clever carnivores have already been proving in the lead up to V-Day.
We're just putting it out there, if you get us a nugget bouquet, you are marriage material.
Featured Image Credit: Fry's
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