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Has creating vegan charcuterie boards been on your list of things you want to try? If you’re like me, you’ve lived vicariously through each and everything charcuterie board post over the past year, dreaming of a colorful palette and hoarding the inspiration to create your own.
Grab your grocery list, draw some inspiration and get ready to make your own vegan charcuterie board, whether it’s a classic board with vegan meat and cheese, a board dedicated to veggies and fruits, or a board to cure your sweet tooth.
How to Make Your Own Vegan Charcuterie Board
Pick a board. It doesn’t have to be a certain brand, size, or style, just make sure it’s sturdy and lays flat!
Grab your food. Go with a color theme or just grab what sounds tasty. You can make a board out of anything! Just grab what you want to make your charcuterie board vegan.
Start a skeleton. Start placing bigger items like dips or large veggies or fruits on your board and move them around as much as you need.
Fill in the gaps on your vegan charcuterie plate. Using smaller items, fill in spaces until you can’t see your board base.
Kylie Hubbard graduated from the University of Tennessee with a degree in journalism in December 2019 where she was the Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Beacon, and has worked with various organizations in Knoxville and Nashville, Tennessee through writing, design, communications and marketing. Kylie loves sharing stories, and spending time outdoors.
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