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The sun came out last week and we decided to go for a walk around Mylor Creek, armed with a vegan pasty from Warrens Bakery.
Is anyone else feeling like January is dragging on a little bit? I’m not sure how many rainy, dark days I can put up with!
But thankfully as I say, the sun did make an appearance for a couple of hours last week, so we grabbed the opportunity to go for our lockdown exercise with the dogs around Mylor; a little harbour village on the outskirts of Falmouth.
We walked over to the creek and walked along the coast path, only to find that it was probably the muddiest I’d ever seen it. Thankfully we’d brought sensible footwear (ie. wellies), however I’d forgotten that mine have large holes in, which ended up letting in all the muddy water – lovely!
We decided to cut our losses and walk back along the ‘beach’ (aka the rocky tideline of the creek) through all the boats. The tide was going out and the winter sun made it look extremely picturesque.
To warm ourselves, we brought along with us a pair of vegan pasties from Warrens Bakery. They kindly sent me a box of their vegan pasty varieties to try, and they’re the perfect easy lunch snack to take out with you while you’re walking.
Warrens Bakery has been baking Cornish Pasties since 1860, and I’ve always been a fan of their vegan options. They have their ‘original’ vegan pasty, a chunky vegetable vegan pasty, and a vegan thai pasty to choose from, and what’s great is you’re able to order online and get pre-made frozen ones sent to your home!
This is amazing especially at the moment during the UK’s lockdown, as you can buy a box to freeze and it’ll last you weeks. All you need to do is pop the frozen pasty straight in the over, and you’re good to go!
We’ve tried a few different frozen pasties from different places around Cornwall, and these were the easiest to cook by far. They held together really well so they were super easy to take out with us in a bag for a walking lunch.