So 'go vegan' is your New Year's resolution, but you just don\u2019t know how to get going? Well, the beginning is a very good place to start and, as I\u2019m sure Julie Andrews would agree, every great journey in life commences with opening the door to the fridge. Here\u2019s a handy guide to address those niggling worries at the back of your head and have your fridge fully veganized in no time. 7 Easy Tips for Creating a Vegan Friendly Fridge This New Year \u2018What about milk? I need my morning cappuccino, I can\u2019t eat dry Weetos!\u2019 Don\u2019t panic! There are so many great milk alternatives out there for you to try. Cow's milk has been linked to various diseases so switching to an alternative is a great way to cleanse your body and mind this New Year. There\u2019s also the small matter of taste! Plant based\u00a0milk goes great with coffee and makes cereal extra delicious - your only problem here is that there's too much choice! Almond, oat, and soya are all popular choices, with 2018 seeing the rise of Barley, Flax, and Pea milks amongst others. Milkadamia (a macadamia nut milk brand) are even making their debut at Walmart in 2018. \u2018Cheese on toast is such an easy-peasy tasty lunch, how will I cope without it?\u2019 You don\u2019t have to miss out on cheese on toast, so\u00a0you can breathe a big sigh of relief. Vegan cheese is a super popular trend that\u2019s even got Kourtney Kardashian on board. In the UK, supermarket giant\u00a0Tesco has recently launched two new dairy-free cheeses to\u00a0add to their collection and Sainsbury's has been embracing new additions from the vegan cheese brand Violife this year (the cheese used at Pizza Hut!). A French vegan cheese company have even managed to mimic camembert! What a time to be alive. \u2018I\u2019m a mayo-o-holic, I don\u2019t want to miss out on my favourite condiment.\u2019 Brands like Hampton Creek,\u00a0Hellmann's and Vegenaise\u00a0have got you covered on this one, their mayo is egg free and uses the yellow pea in order to achieve that creamy texture you\u2019ve become so accustomed to. If you\u2019re used to a bit of spice, you could also grab yourself some vegan Flying Goose sriracha mayo\u00a0from Aldi or Tesco! \u2018Sunday mornings won\u2019t\u00a0be the same without scrambled egg for brekkie.\u2019 Hampton Creek has once again bailed us out by developing a new alternative to scrambled egg that looks and tastes just like the real deal. Made from the mung bean, the new creation is due in U.S. restaurants early 2018! It doesn\u2019t just stop with Hampton Creek though, if you\u2019re looking for a replacement egg product there are plenty for cooking, baking and scrambling. It has recently been predicted that the global market for egg replacements will shortly climb to $1.152 billion. So, it\u2019s pretty safe to say your egg fix will be met and you won\u2019t have to worry about animal welfare in the process. \u2018But a sausage sandwich is my go-to hangover fix.\u2019 Shock fact: vegans get hangovers too. And how do they cope with them? Well, if you\u2019re sensible it\u2019s a glass of water, a nap,\u00a0and some painkillers. But nobody is perfect and sometimes you just need some nosh down you to feel normal again. If meat\u2019s your thing when this feeling hits, then there are so many replacements to try! Field Roast, Tofurky or\u00a0Linda McCartney\u00a0are great brands to start with, their veggie sausages will have you right as rain in no time. You could also try the Beyond Burger or a\u00a0Mock vegan meat\u00a0curry! \u2018Baked potatoes are great comfort food, but they\u00a0just won\u2019t taste the same without butter\u2019 Is there anything more warming on a wintery January day than a nice hot jackpot to heat up your insides? Nope. This is a tradition you can stick with and you don\u2019t have to have it dry either! Vegan alternatives to butter are so easy to get your mitts on, try Earth Balance or Miyokos Kitchen to get you going. Chuck some vegan mayo and cheese on your jacket potato too for good measure! \u00a0\u2018Salads are boring with no dressing to add.\u2019 Stop trying to get out of eating Salad. It\u2019s very good for you and there are plenty of vegan salad dressings on offer to sample! Daiya and Annie\u2019s dressings are highly recommended to spruce up your bowl of lettuce and all things healthy this new year. You may not keep to any other new year\u2019s resolutions, but here\u2019s hoping your fridge stays vegan right through until 2019.