Enter the Great Vegan Bake-Off 2013
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Enter the Great Vegan Bake-Off 2013

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There are so many delicious vegan baked goods, such as doughnuts and apple strudel, on supermarket shelves, but sometimes homemade treats really take the cake.

So we’re launching a search for the most mouth-watering vegan baked goods in Britain and Ireland! Preheat your oven and start planning your pies, cakes, scones, biscuits or whatever else you bake best. If you are new to vegan baking, don’t worry – check out PETA US’ database of delicious recipes to inspire you.

Entering is easy – just bake something that looks delicious and is free of animal products and either post the recipe and pictures on your blog or website and send the URL to Contest@peta.org.uk or e-mail the picture and recipe directly to us. Please put “VEGAN BAKE-OFF” in the subject line and enter before 20 October at 12 midnight.

We’ll pick the baked goods we think look the tastiest and post a blog with all the finalists on 24 October. Then, we’ll have one week of voting, ending on 31 October. The entry with the most votes will be crowned the winner and announced on 6 November! The winner gets bragging rights for being our choice for greatest vegan baker, along with the warm and fuzzy feeling that comes from sharing his or her delicious recipe with the world.

So get baking!

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  5. avatar Liz Taylor says:

    PETA – Surely you can’t judge baking simply on the way it looks and by reading the recipe! This is a travesty It’s GOT to be tasted. Can’t the bakers amongst you set to and try out the recipes yourselves?

    You might as well have an art competition and get all the entrants to send you a sample page of all the colours that will be in their picture and judge it on that. It makes as much sense.

    The whole point is what it tastes like, especially because vegan food is so misunderstood by those who don’t know it. What gets plaudits from you and circulation has to be good. How will you really know?

    • avatar Dan says:

      Hi Liz,
      Maybe one day we’ll have a proper bake-off.
      This is just a fun blog competition looking for the most delicious-looking baked good.
      Cheers,
      Dan

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