If your local pub doesn’t offer one, make your own vegan Ploughman’s platter (The Veg Space) with good artisan cheddar (not coconut oil yuk from supermarkets) along with fresh-baked bread, chutney, pickled onions, gherkins, radish, celery and vegan ham. The Ploughman’s salad has been around for years, and morphed from the simple meal of bread, cheese and beer (or cider) to a more lavish lunch. It was actually invented as a way for pubs to sell cheese, after war rationing ended.
Before cooking, read up on food safety for people & pets (many human foods are unsafe around animal friends).
If you offer a traditional BLT, La Vie is the best brand (French farmers are complaining, as sales are overtaking real bacon, as it’s so good – it’s even used by Burger King in their fast food meals). Or try this vegan Ploughman’s using palm-oil-free Quorn.