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Vegan Society - A Simple Guide To Veganise Your Favourite Dishes

A Simple Guide To Veganise Your Favourite Dishes

Guest Post by Dominika Piasecka, The Vegan Society. Photo via Shutterstock. Some people see going vegan as a challenge because they think it involves learning a whole lot of new recipes and using a range of new ingredients they don’t have the time to find. But there is a simple and fun shortcut to going vegan […]

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How To Bake With Protein Powders

How To Bake With Protein Powders

Beyond smoothies and shakes, protein powders can be a very useful kitchen staple. Incorporating them to cakes and other baking recipes, is an easy way to add healthy protein to your diet whether you workout out often or want to supplement your vegan, vegetarian or flexitarian diet. If you exercise, protein powders can enhance your performance and recovery […]

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Mophagy

Mophagy’s Cricket Powder

The idea of eating insects might not sound very appealing to a Western palate. Yet with over 1,900 edible species, around 2 billion people around the world already eat them as part of their regular diet. In some poorer areas, eating insects is a often a matter of survival. Being rich in protein and good fats and […]

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Herb Guide to Vegan Cooking

Herb Guide to Vegan Cooking

When I first started cooking meat free dishes I found adding taste and flavour tricky. I just was not sure what did go well with what! Yet after a period of trial and error, I got to know my way around spices and herbs a little bit better and it all became much easier! Still I am always on the lookout […]

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How to Cook Asparagus

How To Cook Asparagus

British asparagus are only in season for a very short time (this year from April 23rd to June 21st). Delicious and versatile, asparagus can make the simplest of meal (blanched and drizzled with oil) or an elaborate dish paired with mushrooms, cheese or other ingredients. Green asparagus are the most common in the UK, but […]

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Tofu

How To Cook Tofu

Tofu was first used in Chinese cooking over 2000 years and has now become a staple for vegetarian and vegan western cooking as it boosts an impressive nutritional value, being high in protein + calcium and low in fat + sodium and iron.  Tofu is made from curdled soya milk. Tofu is so versatile you can pretty much do anything […]

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Kale - British Superfood

Kale – The British Superfood

My obsession with kale started with this raw salad. Since, I have been experimenting with cannelloni, butternut salad, sweet potato salad, hummus, chips etc…. Local & seasonal, Kale is produced in the UK almost all year long. This green brassica owns its popularity to being known as a superfood, rich in vitamins, minerals and nutrients. Because […]

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