Vegan Food & Living February 2021

Vegan Food & Living is the fastest growing UK magazine celebrating the delicious approach to ethical eating. Every issue features at least 75 delicious recipes, plus ingredient focuses, expert guides to nutrition, important ethical issues, the latest news and exclusive competitions, plus how to take your culinary skills to the next level.

País:
United Kingdom
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Anthem Publishing
Periodicidad:
Monthly
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12 Números

en este número

2 min.
welcome

As much as we extoll the virtues of heading into the kitchen to immerse yourself in a session of chopping, stirring and blending to unwind at the end of a long day, we also live in the real world. We know that sometimes, even though you'd like to be able to enjoy a healthy, nutritious dinner rather than succumbing to the temptations of a ready meal, you don't always want to spend hours cooking. And more to the point, slaving over the washing up after you've used every pan/bowl/utensil in your cupboards. So for this reason, we're big fans of the one pot (or pan, or tray – the concept is the same). All your ingredients are put in one vessel and pretty much left to their own devices to…

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1 min.
heinz launches new plant pantry range

When you go vegan, a whole world of delicious new culinary treats open up to you, but sometimes you can’t help missing an old favourite every now and again. This is exactly why we get so excited when some of our favourites bring out a vegan alternative. This time, Heinz has come up trumps with its new Plant Pantry range. Thought you’d said goodbye to salad cream for good? Think again, as the first new addition is the Heinz Vegan Salad Cream, which features the same zingy taste as you may remember, and is perfect for adding to salads and sandwiches. It’s available for £2.89 from Tesco. Mayo-fans will also be delighted to hear that Heinz is launching three different varieties this January! The classic [Seriously] Good Vegan Mayo is available from…

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2 min.
eating out with this vegan city

OFFBEET Location: Sunnyfields Farm, Jacobs Gutter Lane, Totten, Hants SO40 9FX Website: offbeetfood.com Cuisine: World Service: Table and deli This month we’ve taken the road less travelled… no, literally. We’re off the beaten track in the beautiful New Forest. There are ponies, trees and an abundance of O2. Oh yeah and a lovely restaurant called Offbeet, set on a farm surrounded by fields of vegetables. Inside the pitched roof building you’ll find a calming interior of white and grey with hessian blinds and giant enamel lampshades. An open plan kitchen next to a wood burning stove makes it feel almost homely and the greenery brings a bit of the outside, inside. For a road less travelled, you’ll need to book a table because Offbeet is popular. Not only is the restaurant a big hit with locals, its…

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1 min.
ethical shopping, all in one app

Want to meet 100 approved, vetted, sustainable merchants in one place? Introducing Green Wallet, an app that connects conscious shoppers with lots of ethical businesses. More than just facilitating sustainable purchases, Green Wallet plants trees for every transaction and rewards sustainable behaviour via Green Coins, an in-app currency that unlocks discounts, favours and treats. Green Wallet launched with a pop on 27th November 2020, Black Friday, when the small team took aim at one of the most damaging and wasteful days of the calendar year. The business is the brainchild of former BT exec Bashir Khairy who, after going vegan in 2015, struggled to find alternative products and became wary of some merchants’ supposed green credentials. Although the app is live in its first skinny version, a host of features are…

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1 min.
enjoy an indulgent yet nutritious dessert with fancy plants

Fancy Plants first launched with the aim of creating delicious, indulgent plant-based desserts that had added nutritional benefits, and now you can try them out and judge for yourself. The range contains two different products at the moment – Silky Pot and Chia Parfait. Silky Pots come in two flavours, Chocolate and Chocolate Salted Caramel, and every pot contains prebiotic fibre, which helps support digestive health. The Chia Parfait features cultured coconut milk layered with fruity chia compote, available in Red Berry and Mango & Passion Fruit flavours. Every pot is a flavourful source of fibre, omega-3, calcium and vitamin D. Both products are available to buy from Tesco, with Silky Pots priced at £2 for 2x80g pots and Chia Parfait costing £1.80 for 1x120g pot. Go online to find out…

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1 min.
behind the scenes at viva!

Gifts Whether you’re planning a romantic night in or want to show a loved one just how much you care, the Viva! Shop has all you need for a vegan Valentine’s. Treat that special someone to a super cute animal adoption and help a rescued farmed animal live out their days in a sanctuary. Or, for those with a sweet tooth, we have the most delicious vegan chocolate, sweets and goodies – we really have got something for everyone. Visit vivashop.org.uk. Valentine’s Recipes Make this Valentine’s one to remember with deliciously vegan recipes from our Vegan Recipe Club. Our irresistible Valentine’s recipes are guaranteed to give your date night the wow factor: • Creamy Pesto Cannelloni• Chocolate Raspberry Torte Find the recipes for these two dishes and many more at veganrecipeclub.org.uk. End Factory Farming Before It…

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