Vegetarian Living: February issue

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In this issue, we're taking inspiration from exciting global cuisine to help bring a zing to our plates in February. It may be the 'hungry gap', the time of year when seasonal produce hits its lowest ebb before spring, but we can always have a well-stocked spice rack. Tom Hunt travels to Kenya with the Fairtrade Foundation and discovers traditional recipes (page 28), while up-andcoming food writer Sasha Gill shares plant-based versions of her favourite Indo-Asian fusion dishes inspired by her childhood in Singapore (page 64). We never seem to tire of Persian and Middle Eastern food, and this warming, aromatic cuisine is perfect for this time of year. We've put together a mouth-watering mezze that's perfectly adaptable for feeding a crowd or just a meal for two (page 70). Our regular vegan columnist Chava Eichner continues the theme, with travel tips from her trip to Tel Aviv (page 19) and recipes inspired by the food she discovered there (page 60). A really good soup is the perfect remedy for a grey day, and Rachel Demuth's super-hearty bowls are substantial enough for a main meal (page 38); Kathryn Bruton creates deliciously easy dishes that encourage the whole family to 'eat the rainbow' (page 44); and Gino D'Acampo literally puts sunshine on our plates with recipes from his travels on the beautiful Adriatic coast (page 50). Finally, to help us stick to our healthy-living resolutions, we've got motivation and brand-new recipes from The Body Coach Joe Wicks (page 32), and energising breakfast ideas from Olympian Dame Kelly Holmes and rugby ace James Haskell (page 88) to help you start the day with a spring in your step.
Enjoy!
Lindsey Harrad

Inside this issue...

  • An Asian adventure: Vegan versions of global favourites from blogger and traveller Sasha Gill
  • Breakfasts of champions: Start the day with energy-packed ideas from athletes Dame Kelly Holmes and James Haskell
  • Eastern promise: A Persian and Middle Eastern sharing menu for easy entertaining
  • The super-green fitness machine: The Body Coach Joe Wicks on his new ‘Lean in 15’ veggie cookbook and fitness regime
  • Step into chocolate heaven: Donna Hay’s decadent chocolate baking, from rich layer cake to mousse slices and cacao bites

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Inside February issue
Inside February issue
Inside February issue

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