Vegan Food & Living August 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

en este número

1 min.

Buddha bowls have been gaining popularity within the vegan community over the last few years, and for good reason. Not only do they look gorgeous, but they're perfect for creating a balanced, nutritious meal too. You can see that you've got your protein, carb, vegetable and pulse boxes ticked at a quick glance. Unlike a basic leafy salad they're light but satisfyingly filling as well, so that means less snacking between meals. This issue we're sharing some of our favourite Buddha, power and rice bowls from page 12 to get you started. Once you've made a few, you're sure to be inventing your own recipes according to what's in season, your favourite ingredients, and what you're in the mood for that day. On the subject of moods, this issue we're exploring…

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what’s cooking

Bad Vegan opens its doors Bad Vegan finally opened in London on 24th June in Camden’s Buck Street Market. It is the brain child of Mark Emms and chef Tom Kerridge, and it’s designed to flip the usual restaurant experience on its head for vegans, as Mark explains: “For so long there has been such limited vegan options at the majority of restaurants, with plant-based eaters having to pick between one or two dishes. We wanted to flip this around and create a space where plant food led the menu, but somewhere that both vegans and non-vegans would be excited to visit. “Bad Vegan is a restaurant that caters for all diets with any judgements left at the door. Ultimately, Bad Vegan aims to showcase that delicious and filling plant-based food can…

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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 THE GREENHOUSE HORSFORTH Location: 85e Town St, Horsforth, Leeds LS18 5BP Website: Cuisine: Health food Service: Healthy brunch, bowls and cakes Today we find ourselves bypassing the busy city of Leeds for the nearby greener pastures of pretty town Horsforth. After working up an appetite wandering round the interesting array of shops, we find ourselves at plant-based cafe The Greenhouse. As the name suggests, owner Richard has created a little oasis filled with plants of both the edible and nonedible variety. The huge bay window at the front of the cafe is adorned with greenery and sunlight streams through. Hessian floors make their way upstairs past botanical themed walls. Expect to find pretty, edible flowers atop cakes, pancakes, Buddha bowls, brunch…

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bags with conscience

In 2019, Kula Bags was founded with the aim of building a sustainable brand with a purpose. Tired of seeing the amount of waste we produce, it wanted to create products that were not only unique in style, but also had a positive environmental impact. It was introduced to a material called Texon Vogue – a durable, practical and washable paper material that has been accredited by both the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) and Oeko-Tex for its sustainability. After being inspired by this unique, eco-friendly material, Kula Bags decided to design a range of backpacks using this as the outer shell. Another important part of the design was the interior lining, which is made from 100% recycled plastic bottles. 54% fewer CO2 emissions are generated during the production of this…

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behind the scenes at viva!

New Vegan Recipe Club Website Over the past year, we’ve been working hard on a brand new and improved Vegan Recipe Club website and app! They each feature a new look as well as an improved search system, so you can find all your favourite recipes with ease. We have also significantly improved our ‘save recipe’ feature – you can now save and access favourite recipes across all platforms, devices and browsers, just by creating an account. The Vegan Recipe Club app is available free from the App Store and Google Play Store. Visit or follow us on social media for recipes and tips: Facebook: veganrecipeclub, IG: veganrecipeclub, Twitter: veganrecipeclub Viva! Victory One year after our shocking investigation into Winterbrook Farm Partners, Calvesley pig farm has closed its doors for good and…

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give your home a refresh for just £1

Astonish has launched a new Special Aromatic Edition range of vegan cleaning products that will help make your home smell beautifully fresh this summer. The range features four products, all of which are registered with the Vegan Trademark, are cruelty-free, have never been tested on animals and come in recyclable packaging. Choose from Pomegranate & Raspberry Antibacterial Surface Cleanser (£1), Hibiscus Blossom Daily Shower Shine (£1), Ruby Grapefruit Kitchen Cleaner (£1), and Pink Peony Fresh Toilet Bowl Fizz (£1.49). Find out more at…