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Tech Company Develops Vegan Christmas Dinner in a Can for Gamers

The tech retailer Game developed the original Christmas Tinner back in 2013. It was for gamers in a hurry to eat their Christmas dinner and get back to playing. There was no need to cook. Just open the can and start eating with a spoon. It contained 12 separate courses in layers.

It wasn't an option for vegan gamers, as it contained many animal products. To accommodate their needs, the company has debuted its new vegan option. Metro describes its delicious layered courses:

There’s vegan gravy, mushroom wellington, pigs in aubergine blankets, tofu and stuffing, as well as your go-to winter veggies including squash, sprouts, and parsnips.
Each of those layers sound pretty good, it’s just the aspect of it being crammed into a cylinder that might (definitely) alter the tastes and textures.
There’s also a dessert layer, including vegan custard and choccy cake. Which raises the obvious question, are festive feasters meant to meticulously section off the dessert portion, or simply enjoy a bit of sweetness with every savoury bite?

Yum! Where else could you possibly get red cabbage and chocolate cake in the same mouthful?

-via @ProperOpinion | Photo: Game

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