Vegan BA meal in flight
If you come around these parts of the Internet often, you will know that I enjoy showing you the vegan food I am served by airlines in my column called Food in the air.
This latest post highlights the two meals I was served during my recent British Airways flight between London and Mexico City.
As you will see from the photos below, one meal was the standard meal handed out to vegans while the other was close to non-existent.
Yes, the main meal was what we are used to seeing on a plane.
Cous cous, fruit and vegan margarine. It’s actually quite a solid vegan meal for an airline and the inclusion of the curry potato with some sort of falafel ball was new to me.
So far, so pleased.
It was the second scheduled meal that was a let down. A let down in the fact that it didn’t exist. Cabin crew informed us there must have been a mistake when it came to loading our special meals onto the plane.
In place of a meal, they offered us another bread roll with margarine.
Oh well, you can’t have it all.