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Stokes Summer Sauce Group

Spice Up Your Meat-Free BBQ With Stokes Summer Sauces + WIN a Grillstream BBQ

Forget meat, did you know that vegan and vegetarian BBQs are among the hottest food trends this summer? Perfect timing, as I have a just received a selection of Stokes Summer Sauces to try. I could not find a better excuse to get the grill going. Founded in 2004, Stokes are based in Suffolk where […]

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The Wicked Healthy Cookbook

The Wicked Healthy Cookbook

I had been looking forward to the launch of The Wicked Healthy Cookbook since Derek Sarno’s plant-based diet speech at The Extinction and Livestock Conference last year. His passion for plant-based food is contagious and he left us bedazzled with scrumptious pictures of his food. Flipping through this new cookbook, my mouth watering at all […]

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Veggie Burger Atelier

Veggie Burger Atelier Review + Recipe + Competition

Meat free burgers are the new frontier of vegetarian and vegan cuisines so I was really glad to receive a copy of Veggie Burger Atelier to review. I am a big fan of Nina Olsson’s blog Nourish Atelier, loving her vibrant recipes and amazing pictures. From my first look at the cover, I knew I […]

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Hummus Where the Heart Is

“Hummus Where The Heart Is” by Dunja Gulin Review + Competition + 2 Bonus Recipes

If, like me, you are a big hummus fan then the latest cookbook from Dunja Gulin “Hummus Where The Heart Is” might just be what you have been looking for. A staple of middle eastern cuisine, hummus is a versatile and healthy dip made in its simplest form from chickpeas, tahini, lemon juice and olive oil. Whatever […]

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Competition - WIN A Tofu Press

Competition – WIN A Tofu Press

Here is your chance to win a Tofu Press worth £24.99 via our online retail store By Nature. Tofu is one of the most versatile, healthy and delicious foods around, but to get the most out of tofu you need to press it. The Tofu Press removes water from tofu cleanly and easily by pressing […]

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A Little Bit Fresh Herb Dips Review + Competition

A Little Bit: Fresh-tastic Dips You’ll Find Hard To Resist

I love cooking with fresh herbs. I use plenty in my recipes as they are really versatile and add such flavour to dishes that you do not need to add much salt.  I simply could not do without them and tend to have a wide selection available sitting right there on my windowsill. This is […]

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Naturally Nourished

Naturally Nourished by Sarah Britton – Review + Recipe + Giveaway

Already a big fan of Nordic Noir, I am quickly becoming obsessed by Scandinavian vegetarian cuisine. From the Stockholm kitchen of Green Kitchen Stories, I now invite you into the Copenhagen home of the very talented Sarah Britton, author of the genius blog My New Roots. Naturally Nourished is her second cookbook and features 100 new recipes […]

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Green Kitchen At Home

Green Kitchen At Home: Review + Recipe + Giveaway

Perusing Green Kitchen At Home, it is hard to imagine that David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl were ever anything else than the perfect match. As it happens, this love story seemed implausible at first. When they first met, David was an “unhealthy” vegetarian while Luise was a meat eater. But as chance would have it, the combination of Luise’s […]

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My Zero Waste Kitchen: Review + Giveaway

My Zero Waste Kitchen: Review + Giveaway

Most of us hate wasting money, yet one room in particular is responsible for a lot of waste: the kitchen. Did you know that, according to Love Food Hate Waste, most family households in the UK could save up to £60 a month just by saving food? That’s around £700 a year! In her latest […]

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Nature's Path Organic

Nature’s Path Organic Review + Competition

A pioneer in the organic foods movement,  Nature’s Path was founded in 1985 in Vancouver, Canada. This fiercely independent, family-run business has an unshakeable commitment to organic, which is reflected in its business ethics and translates into a global product line of over 150 organic, many of them vegan or/and gluten-free. While we consider whole […]

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