Vegan Food & Living September 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
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While many of us will be holidaying in the UK this year, something we will miss is the chance to indulge in the food and cultural experiences of other countries. One way to compensate for this is to check out the street food stalls in your local area. You'll be surprised how many of them have great vegan offerings! Our favourite way, however, is to cook the world's best dishes from the comfort of our own homes. And that's what we're encouraging you to do this issue with our collection of street food recipes from page 12. We've got everything from nasai goreng to black pepper tofu and bbq pulled jackfruit burgers, so there's something to tempt every tastebud. This issue is also a bit of a vegan health special, covering…

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what’s cooking

Ilchester® unveils Vegan Blue and Vegan Melting Mature cheeses After proving incredibly popular additions to the Ilchester® Vegan Festive Selection in 2020, Ilchester® is launching the Vegan Blue and the Vegan Melting Mature as standalone plant-based cheeses in 200g blocks. The Ilchester Vegan Blue Cheeze features unique blue spirulina veins to mimic the look of blue cheese and has the same creamy texture and sharp and salty taste of the dairy version. The Vegan Melting Mature is set to be the mature vegan Cheddar known for sharing the same meltability factor as dairy cheddar cheese, something vegans have often said lacks in other plant-based cheeses. Lisa Harrison, Brand Manager for Ilchester®, said: “We trialled the Blue Vegan Cheeze and the Melting Mature Vegan Cheeze in our first-ever Ilchester Vegan Festive Selection last…

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bianca e massimo

Location: 61A High St, Totnes TQ9 5PB Website: Cuisine: Italian Service: Eat in and takeaway Getting to Italy this summer might be tricky, but that didn’t stop us getting our fill of Italian culture at Bianca e Massimo in the eco-friendly town of Totnes, Devon. Named after its owners and with a grand total of three tables, this quirky little place is what the eponymous husband and wife like to call more of an ‘experience’ than a restaurant. Its intimate atmosphere feels more like an extension of the couple’s family kitchen, where friends would eat, drink and put the world to rights. Every table is the chef’s table, and sitting amongst the shelves filled with Nonna’s trinkets, bathed in the soft glow of candlelight, you wouldn’t be surprised if neighbouring tables became new…

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lola’s cupcakes takes over the uk

For the first time ever, you don’t have to live in London to enjoy the incredible taste of Lola’s Cupcakes, as it’s just launched Cupcake Boxes for UK-wide delivery! The Vegan Box features eight beautiful cupcakes, including the flavours Chocolate Fudge, Red Velvet, Pistachio, Lemon and Raspberry, and Passionfruit, and they’re so decadently moreish that we can guarantee non-vegans won’t be able to guess that they’re vegan. The boxes can be delivered by standard post and come in packaging that is either recyclable at home, or comes with a return label that can be sent back to Lola’s to use again, so it ticks the environmentally friendly box too. Cupcake Boxes are priced at £25.60 for eight cupcakes, so just the thing for a special occasion, with delivery starting from £4.50.…

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behind the scenes viva!

Yes, You Ve-Can To coincide with the launch of our new Vegan Recipe Club website, we are unveiling our awesome new video marketing campaign ‘Yes, You Ve-can.’ The campaign introduces four characters; gen-z guy, mum and child and millennial woman. Each character is struggling to make delicious vegan food. We’ve all experienced the disappointment of a cookery venture which doesn’t quite work out the way we imagined. Once the characters discover Viva!’s Vegan Recipe Club they realise delicious doesn’t have to be difficult! With hundreds of tried and tested vegan recipes, we guarantee users will be saying ‘Yes, I Ve-can!’ Visit or download the free app on Google Play or App Store. This is Fine This month we’re also launching our ‘This is Fine’ video as part of our wider #VeganNow campaign. The…

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children now inspire parents to try a plant-based diet according to a recent survey

After finding that one in three adults have been inspired to be more eco-friendly by their children, a leading vegan food brand has launched a selection of everyday tips for beginners looking to change their habits. According to a study of 2,000 Brits by plant-based food company The Fry Family Food Co., over half of UK families now talk about the environment more than ever before, and 80 per cent have come away from these conversations feeling encouraged to do more to help reduce their environmental impact. The study showed that one in three Brits are now making an effort to eat less meat in order to be more eco-friendly. In fact, 86 per cent of households with at least one vegetarian or vegan member are likely to discuss plant-based eating with…