PlantBased June 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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We’re approaching the halfway point of the year, and I’m starting to look forward to the long hazy, lazy days of summer (although you should know that there are very few lazy days when you have a magazine to put together!). I try to appreciate each season for what it has to offer; spring for its feeling of new beginnings, summer for its long, hot days and time spent outside, autumn for those unique smells of nature, and winter for the chance to snuggle up with a blanket and a book. We’re welcoming summer this month, as the solstice brings with it the year’s longest day on 21st June, and I’m excited for everything that’s ahead of us. In this month’s issue, we have such a great selection of recipes to share…

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the vegan society’s vegan trademark hits milestone

The Vegan Society ( hit an impressive milestone recently, as it announced that the 50,000th product had been registered with its Vegan Trademark. This is the highest number of registered products since the trademark was first created in 1990. The standards for the Trademark are applied on a product-by-product basis, with every ingredient and process subject to a thorough audit and annual review. This has resulted in the trademark being recognised worldwide as the authentic standard for products free from animal ingredients and animal testing. The record was broken in April, when Everyday Superfood, a company specialising in food cupboard essentials and superfoods, registered its Organic Turmeric Powder. Ericka Durgahee, Vegan Trademark Marketing Manager, said: “The Vegan Trademark just continues to go from strength to strength. To think that only five products were…

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m&s launches vegan summer items

Marks & Spencer ( has introduced five new summer lines being launched into its Plant Kitchen range. The new items include Crispy BBQ Wings, made from pea and wheat protein, featuring a crispy crumb, and flavoured with Gochujang paste and rice vinegar. Also new to the range are Battered Fishless Goujons, and No Lamb Koftas, spiced with mint, garlic, red jalapeno chilli and salt. Completing the new line up are Plant Bangers, a vegan-friendly sausage for the BBQ, and a pack of two Sweet Potato and Chickpea Veg Burgers, described as “deliciously sweet with a spicy kick.” All of the new products are priced at £3.50. James Fisher, M&S Plant Kitchen Product Developer, said: “I am super excited about the new additions to our Plant Kitchen range! We’ve gone above and beyond…

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june events

Mad Hatters Eco Festival 18-20 June – Ely – Prices vary Featuring live bands, cooking demos, outdoor cinema and more; this weekend event offers environmentally-friendly entertainment for the whole family. VFest UK 11-13 June – Wokingham – Prices vary A new camping event, featuring outdoor activities, live shows, stalls, celebrity chefs and headline acts. Irish Vegan Festival 26th June – Everglades Hotel, Derry-Londonderry – From £3 With over 60 all-vegan stalls, featuring delicious world foods, drinks, clothes and accessories, cosmetics, and campaigns.…

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Edamame beans are young, immature soybeans. They are still green when picked, unlike the mature soybeans that are used for tofu and soy milk, which are beige or light brown in colour. Harvesting the beans early also means that they are soft and edible as is, making them perfect as snacks or for use in cooking. Edamame is commonly used in Japanese cuisine – you may have eaten it as an appetiser in Japanese restaurants – and is also widely available as an on-the-go snack. Soybeans are a whole protein source; they provide all the essential amino acids your body needs.…

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1 Happy Inside Still Soft Drinks Made using natural fruit juices and superpowered botanicals; choose from two flavours: Lemon, Yuzu & Ginger, or Pomegranate, Lime & Mint. £8.99 (pack of four), 2 Rebelicious Cream Soda Containing 15mg of CBD, this cream soda gives 5 per cent of profits to environmental causes and charities such as Surfers Against Sewage. £2.80, 3 Belvoir Farm Raspberry Lemonade Perfectly refreshing for lazy summer days, this raspberry lemonade is made with real fruit juices mixed with lightly sparkling water. £3.50 (pack of four), Ocado…