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Simply Vegan

Simply Vegan

Issue 24

This mag is aimed at making veganism easy for your everyday vegan. Covering food and lifestyle, it's packed with easy, accessible recipes that don’t require odd ingredients or take too long to prepare, as well as supermarket taste tests, reviews of high street restaurants and cafes, plus beauty reviews, high street fashion, and nutrition basics. It’s everything your new vegan needs to get through life with ease.

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positive steps

As we go to print, events are continuing to unfold with the global pandemic and you’ll no doubt be feeling concerned about its short and long term impacts. You may feel that it’s more important than ever to look after your own health along with the health of our planet, and we hope that you will find inspiration for your vegan journey in this month’s pages. With the recent distruption to food supplies, I have certainly been re-thinking what I throw into the food waste bin and our feature on p20 provides tips on reducing food-related waste for the good of our wallets and the planet. You can also find some delicious, money-saving recipes from p32. Our newly-expanded nutrition section starts on p57 — find out why we all need B12 (p58),…

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thninegws to try ››

GENTLE CLEANSING This new range from The Beauty of Eating Well author Camille Knowles is vegan and cruelty-free. £15 at amazon.co.uk HAPPY GUTS New to the UK, Nexba Kombucha is loaded with probiotics, which support a healthy digestive system. £4 for four at Sainsbury’s MOVIE NIGHT? Treat yourself to the UK’s first vegan caramel popcorn range, £4 at Ocado, The Vegan Supermarket and joeandsephs.co.uk GET IN TOUCH, WE LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU! website simplyveganmag.co.uk Facebook simplyvegan Instagram @simplyvegan…

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the sv team

Edric Kennedy-Macfoy Edric is an ex-firefighter, fitness coach and author of new book, The Fit Vegan. He shares his thoughts on the vegan junk food boom on p60 this issue. edthevegan.com Lisa Gawthorne Vegan since 2003, Lisa is a Team GB athlete in the field of duathlon and co-founder of plant-based food company Bravura Foods. She is also author of fitness book Gone in 60 Minutes. Turn to p16 to find out more about her inspiring lifestyle and career. Abbie Oguntade Abbie is a self-confessed skincare junkie and founder of the award-winning vegan range Freya + Bailey. She shares her experiences of healing stressed-out skin using the power of plants on p79 this month. Rob Trounce Rob has worked in the vegan and plant-based food sector since 2014, supporting a number of UK-based and international brands. He…

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simply vegan

EDITORIAL Publisher Sally FitzGerald Editor Holly Johnson Creative Director Jenny Cook Art Editor Lisa Davies Digital Editor Rachel Smith Editorial Assistant Amy Potter ADVERTISING Advertising Manager Dan Nicholson dan.nicholson@anthem.co.uk Advertising ExecutiveWill Bayley will.bayley@anthem.co.uk PRODUCTION Head of Marketing & Production Verity Travers Marketing Executive Cara Northcott Print William Gibbons & Sons Ltd Tel +44 (0) 1902 730011 Distribution Marketforce (UK) Ltd, 5 Churchill Place, Canary Wharf, London E14 5HU Tel +44 (0) 20 378 79001 ANTHEM Managing Director Simon Lewis Chief Executive Officer Jon Bickley…

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PLANT POWER, DELIVERED Founded in 2017 by brothers Jonathan and Alex Petrides, allplants is an online platform and chef-to-customer service making it easy to eat vegan with delicious, nutritious meals delivered to your door. The plant-based meal delivery service recently raised £3.4m via crowdfunding and now covers most of the UK. Order online at allplants.com THE SCENT OF SPRING Give yourself a lift with a new fragrance from Covent Garden-based vegan and sustainable brand Floral Street. We love the creamy vanilla, blossom and jasmine notes of their Wild Vanilla Orchid, £60 for £50ml. floralstreet.com…

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must visit food for friends

SOUTH LANES, BRIGHTON Established in 1981, this award-winning vegetarian and vegan restaurant has seasonal, ethically-sourced food at its heart. Try out some of their gourmet dishes — including carrot gravadlax, king oyster ‘scallops’ and crispy Thai cauliflower — served alongside organic wines and cocktails. They also offer a delicious brunch menu with the likes of homemade sweet paprika beans on sourdough, corn fritters and avocado with kimchi. All this, with an unpretentious, relaxed atmosphere. foodforfriends.com BE AT ONE Heather Mills has launched a vegan beauty range, Be at One, which is designed to be gentle and nourishing on the skin without using any animal derivatives. It includes BB cream, lip glosses, concealers and eye shadows. See the full range at be-at-one.com Bye bye, butter If you’re in the process of going vegan and struggling to…