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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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Seasonal food what to eat march

Seasonal Food – What To Eat In March

  After a long and wet Winter, Spring is almost there! This March there are some great local and seasonal food to enjoy.  Look out for vibrant purple sprouting broccoli and make the best of leeks and oranges as their seasons are finishing.  For chilly evenings browse our soup selection for some comforting recipes. What to eat this […]

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10 Best Vegan Valentines Desserts

There is nothing better than a delicious & guilt-free vegan Valentine’s dessert to celebrate your love. We have rounded up some of our favourite and seductive recipes for the occasion. Pure indulgence with chocolate, bananas, berries and ice creams, our selection is decadent enough to please vegans, vegetarians and flexitarians alike. We hope you and your […]

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Kale - British Superfood

Kale – The British Superfood

My obsession with kale started after I ate it raw in 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 […]

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Seasonal Food - What To Eat In February

Seasonal Food – What To Eat In February

As the cold and wet weather lingers, you can keep healthy with a balanced seasonal diet. Kale, leeks, citrus fruits, kiwis, pomegranates are packed with vitamins, antioxidants and minerals to help you stay on top form. Make sure you make the best of the season and enjoy them. Kale chips are my current obsession and […]

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14 Recipes To Use Stale Bread

14 Recipes To Use Stale Bread

If you have bread left over that has gone a bit stale, don’t throw it away. Go frugal instead. Bread is a very useful staple that can still be used after its sell by date. Yet once past its best, many people throw bread away. Did you know that the average UK household throws away the equivalent […]

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10 Best Detox Recipes

10 Best Detox Recipes

January is a popular month for detox after the excesses of the holiday season. But of course you can choose to detox at any time of the year. Whether you embark on a multi-weeks or 2-day detox, you can feel the benefits of a plant-based diet. It can help reconnect your body by boosting your […]

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Rachel de Thample Foraging & Urban Ingredients Course

Foraging & Urban Ingredients Course – Rachel de Thample

If you are interested in urban foraging, then join Rachel de Thample at Divermenti on March 28th in London for her Foraging & Urban Ingredients Course. Rachel has worked in the kitchens of Marco Pierre White, Heston Blumenthal and Peter Gordon. She has been writing on food issues for over a decade and was Commissioning Editor of […]

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Seasonal Food January

Seasonal Food – What To Eat in January

New Year . . . New You ?! Here is some inspiration to fill your plate with some of the best seasonal food. Beetroot – enjoy roasted or in salad, risotto, pasta or vegan cakes. Brussels Sprouts –  great in casseroles or even in salads. Cauliflower – Bill Clinton recommends “whipped cauliflower as a substitute for […]

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10 vegetarian cooking classes

10 Vegetarian Cooking Classes

  Vegetarian cooking can be daunting when you decide to start eating less meat. Whether you are a new or a seasoned vegetarian cook, a vegetarian cooking class is a fantastic way to discover and improve new skills. You can explore different cuisines, learn new techniques or find out about new ingredients. A vegetarian cooking class also makes a […]

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