Scots and poetry lovers across the UK will be busy preparing for Burns Night this Wednesday.  A celebration of the life and works of Scotland’s greatest poet Robert Burns, who was born on 25th January in 1759.

The traditional way to celebrate Burns Night is with a supper consisting of a Cock-a-Leekie soup starter, a main of Haggis, Neeps (mashed swede) and Tatties (mashed potato) and a dessert of Cranachan (whipped cream, whisky, honey with fresh raspberries and toasted oatmeal) and finished with a cheese board with oat crackers, coffee or ‘a wee dram‘.

These days there are many different twists and options for your Burns Night supper.  We’ve rounded up the most hearty and delicious vegan versions that we can find…

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