If there was one positive outcome of the M&S cauliflower steak debacle it was the exposure of pre-cut veg as an unsung hero of true inclusion. Pre-cut veg is not shelved in a segregated, ‘disabled friendly’ section of the supermarket. Nor is it present at the expense of other vegetable formats – fresh, frozen, tinned… crisps. You don’t need to join a scheme or present a badge to access it. People with disabilities benefiting from it doesn’t negatively impact on anyone else using it… and people without disabilities using it doesn’t negatively impact on people with disabilities using it. And, crucially, until it was exposed as a disabled-friendly option by some excessively packaged and very pricey cauliflower (not steaks; I refuse to call those things steaks), it was doing all this without making a big song and dance about it. This is the way to do it! Let’s do this more!