Vegan Food & Living June 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.

United Kingdom
Anthem Publishing
USD 6.87
USD 56.41
12 Números

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Over the last year, baking has really grown in popularity. Previously we'd all enjoyed shows like The Great British Bake Off for pure entertainment values, but few of us realised quite how therapeutic and rewarding the baking process could be. And then the banana bread phenomenon kicked off and we were all fully on board the baking bandwagon. When it comes to whipping up vegan versions of your former favourite non-vegan bakes, it's not as difficult as you'd expect. So this issue we're sharing some tasty recipes that even a novice baker could attempt from page 12. Cupcakes, brownies, crumbles and cheesecakes – we've got them all. If you're looking to take your baking skills up a level, turn to page 95. Here we've been inspired by classic French patisserie to create…

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what’s june cooking?

ICELAND DOUBLES ITS MEAT - FREE OFFERING Just in time for barbecue season, Iceland and The Food Warehouse are responding to the growing demand for mock meat products by introducing three new ranges into their stores. Fry’s, Oumph! and LikeMeat will join the popular No Meat range, and the additions have actually come at the expense of meat options! Richard Walker, Managing Director at Iceland explains, “We’re excited to extend our already popular range of meat-free frozen food to make meat alternatives accessible for everyone. We’ve opted to expand the range at the expense of launching new meat based products in our core range, as we know our customers’ eating habits are changing and we are all becoming more conscious of the environmental impact of the food on our plates.” Fry’s range…

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eating out with this vegan city

Emma and Laura from bring us news of plant-based eating options across the UK STOKED Location: 787 London Road, Westcliff-on-Sea SS0 9SU Website: Cuisine: Traditional BBQ Service: Eat in / take out Like a phoenix from the ashes, Stoked is a pandemic baby. Owner Billy made the impulsive decision after happening upon a commercial vacancy on RightMove last year. A week later he had the keys to the restaurant premises that badly needed updating and his lockdown project had begun! Now Stoked is filling a gap in the Southend restaurant scene – smoked vegan meat using traditional barbecue methods. The inside decor is intimate with tables and benches to seat 14, mood lighting, a curated playlist and craft beers from around the world. Billy calls it a “backstreets of Barcelona vibe”, which in a time…

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ethical shopping and positive choices – all in one place

Green Wallet is a new app that connects conscious shoppers with fully vetted, sustainable businesses and products. But it’s about more than ethical shopping. With each transaction, a tree is planted in collaboration with the Eden Reforestation Project. Plus, each purchase pays shoppers back in Green Coins — a unique in-app currency — they can use to unlock discounts. In future, shoppers will be able to donate Green Coins to real-world causes and projects. The app’s launch coincided with Earth Day, a moment to remember that — despite major distractions, disruption and devastation in recent days — the climate crisis remains real and immediate. Making alternative choices in how we shop, spend and live are vital votes for creating change. For the team behind Green Wallet, this is a movement, not a…

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light as popcorn, crunchy as crisps

Native Snacks is a plant-based brand producing good-for-you Super Street Snacks. These snacks combine the best international street foods with muchloved iconic flavours, starting with its range of Popped Lotus Seeds from the bustling streets of India. Native Snacks’ Popped Lotus Seeds snacks are as light as popcorn, as crunchy as a crisp and under 90 calories a pack, with 60% less fat than regular fried crisps. Protein-rich, vegan, glutenfree, allergen-free and low GI, they are roasted not fried, contain no artificial ingredients or preservatives and are free from palm oil, GMO and MSG, making them both healthy and delicious. There are three editions in the range, in three tasty, classic flavours: Sea Salt & Vinegar, Sweet Chilli and Sea Salt & Pepper. Popped lotus seeds come from the lotus flower, grown…

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behind the scenes at viva!

Some people actually eat them But you don’t have to Some People Actually Eat Them This spring, Viva! has launched a new campaign highlighting the devastatingly young age at which most farmed animals are slaughtered. Our campaign leads with a powerful message (pictured above), which appeals to the good nature of the public. Lambs are the epitome of spring and most of us love watching these cute babies frolicking in the fields and waggling their little tails. Despite this, millions of these beautiful creatures are taken to slaughter each year when they are around 6-7 months old – many are just 12 weeks. Using a range of baby animal images, we’re asking the public to be compassionate and to consider not eating animals. Keep your eyes peeled for billboards placed across the North West…