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Domino's has expanded their award-winning plant-based pizza range.

Following the expansion of faux beef in Australia, the fast-food giant is now offering up meat-free Pepperoni, Hawaiian, Ham and Cheese, and Supreme.

Domino's is the first pizza chain in Australia to offer the plant-based pepperoni and the first in the world to offer an alternative for ham.

Not only are they the first to be doing it, but they're also supposed to taste surprisingly similar to the real thing, so Daily Mail Australia put them to the test.

Not only are they the first to be doing it, but they're also supposed to taste scarily similar to the real thing, so Daily Mail Australia put them to the test

Not only are they the first to be doing it, but they're also supposed to taste scarily similar to the real thing, so Daily Mail Australia put them to the test

News reporter Zoe Zaczek (pictured) said: 'It's hard to believe you're not eating meat'

News reporter Zoe Zaczek (pictured) said: 'It's hard to believe you're not eating meat'

When opening the box with the plant-based pepperoni inside, reporters were surprised to see just how real each slice of 'meat' looked.

Biting into the pizza, the 'meat' had a similar texture to the real deal and even felt the same when ripping apart.

News reporter Zoe Zaczek said: 'It's hard to believe you're not eating meat'.  

Alex Michael said the Pepperoni was the best plant-based pizza he's tried from Domino's.

'It's usually pretty hard to get pepperoni right and that one was in the ballpark,' he said.

'Considerably better than the plant-based beef ones they've had for a while.'

Meanwhile, news reporter Tom Place was not as impressed with the Pepperoni pizza and opted instead for the Hawaiian.

The plant-based Hawaiian pizza still had the same vibrant colours of the classic meat option, and it was a huge success in the office despite the meat being thinner than usual.

Tom said it tasted exactly the same as the real thing, while Zoe was grateful she could have her favourite pizza again.

The plant-based Hawaiian (pictured) pizza still had the same vibrant colours of the classic meat option, and it was a huge success in the office

The plant-based Hawaiian (pictured) pizza still had the same vibrant colours of the classic meat option, and it was a huge success in the office

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