PlantBased February 2021

PlantBased is the ultimate resource for vegan recipes. Our aim is to provide you with vegan meal ideas that are easy to follow and simple to cook; no matter your reasons for eating a plant-based diet – whether you’re meat reducing or vegan curious – our delicious recipes can cater for every lifestyle. This is vegan food like you’ve never seen it before!

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United Kingdom
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hello,

The new year is now in full swing; how have the first few weeks of the year been for you? Here in the UK, we’re experiencing yet another lockdown – Covid-19 is still making its presence felt here and in so many countries across the world, and the promise of a new start for the new year has not yet arrived. Despite this, there’s much to be grateful for. February brings with it Valentine’s Day, and while it’s tempting to be cynical, I think we should embrace a month of love, and not just romantic love. Our family relationships and friendships have been severely tested over the last 12 months – many of us only seeing the people we love through screens, or on doorstep visits while observing social distancing. Take…

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bounty and topic go vegan

Veganuary saw the launch of many new products, including vegan versions of two perennially favourite chocolate bars. Topic Vegan and Bounty Vegan, both registered with The Vegan Society, were confirmed amid much excitement on social media. Bounty Vegan is a combination of cocoa and diced coconut, blended with almond paste; while Topic Vegan combines hazelnut paste and rich cocoa with whole hazelnuts. Both bars are available now from Morrisons, with the Vegan Bounty also available in Asda from the end of January, priced at £3 each.…

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new vegan options at pret

Pret A Manger (pret.com) has teamed up with Meatless Farm to create the Meatless Meatball Hot Wrap, which replaced the Swedish Meatball Hot Wrap on menus for the month of January. The company says the wrap is finally making its debut after 20 different attempts to perfect the recipe, and is the first item on its menu to feature a plant-based meat alternative. Also joining the menu is the Sunshine ‘n Spice Wrap, a sandwich idea that was crowdsourced; Pret worked with customers during last summer’s lockdown to come up with new flavour combinations. The wrap is filled with coronation chickpeas, mango chutney and toasted almonds. Other new menu items include an Acai & Almond Butter Bowl, Vegan Breakfast Baguette, Vegan Hoisin Mushroom Wrap and Coconut Porridge. Briony Raven, UK Food & Coffee…

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february events

Dosa Pancakes and Masala Dal Cookery Class Multiple dates - online Learn how to make a delicious and healthy masala dal and perfect dosa pancakes with Waitrose & Partners Cookery School. £20 (eventbrite.co.uk) Eat More Plants: Chickpea Burgers 9th February – online Follow along with Chef Jess (jessdelicious.com) as she cooks chipotle lime chickpea burgers – a great source of protein and fibre. Free (eventbrite.co.uk) Late Winter Edible Plants Webinar 13th February – online Join The Foraging Course Company in this webinar to find out about foraging for seasonal edible plant species. £15 (foragingcoursecompany.co.uk)…

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oyster mushrooms

One of the most commonly cultivated types of mushroom, oyster mushrooms grow on and near trees in subtropical and temperate forests. They are used extensively in cooking, and are popular in a variety of cuisines, including Chinese, Korean and Japanese. Their name comes from their oyster-shaped cap, and they have a very short stem. Typically light grey or brown, oyster mushrooms are also grown in other colours, including yellow and pink. Cooking helps to bring our their subtle, savoury flavour, and they can be used in a huge variety of dishes.…

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omari mcqueen

At just 12 years old, Omari McQueen is an award-winning chef and the CEO and founder of Dipalicious, a vegan snacks and dips company. He’s also the star of What’s Cooking Omari, a cooking show on children’s channel CBBC, and has just released his first book, Best Bites Cookbook. Omari started to learn to cook when he was seven, and his mum was ill with hemiplegic migraines. Since then he has shared his passion for vegan food on Instagram and YouTube, and even opened a pop-up at Boxpark in 2019 to serve Dipalicious to the people of Croydon. In his television show, he stars with his parents and siblings, to show children how to cook healthy and tasty vegan meals. Follow Omari on Instagram: @omarimcqueen…

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