Vegetarian Living: March issue

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Thank goodness! Hats and mittens are now being consigned to drawers, and daffodils are starting to spread some much-needed cheer... spring is on the way!
However, unless you've managed to hide away from the newspapers and TV these past few months, you'll be all too familiar with the not-so-sunny economic outlook for 2012, which means the family budget will be tightened further still by rising food and fuel bills.
With this in mind, we challenged food writer Sarah Beattie with the unenviable task of feeding a family of four for the week for just £50.
For many of us, the Friday night takeaway is a welcome end-of-week celebration. But if 
money-saving is on your agenda, don't feel you've got to give up this treat. With a little help from Liz Martin, you can create your own delicious Italian, Chinese or Indian meals at home.
If you're looking for something new on the foodie scene, then perhaps joining a supper club will satisfy your risk-taking taste buds, as Lindsey Harrad explores this increasingly popular phenomenon.
Or, if you are hoping to spoil yourself with a spring break, then Olivia Greenway's guide to eight of the best vegetarian places to stay around the UK will prove essential reading.
Of course, we have a tempting selection of great recipes for you to enjoy from some of the biggest names in food: Jamie Oliver celebrates the Great British pudding with recipes to delight your friends; the legendary Mary Berry shares some of her foolproof supper dishes; and healthy-eating guru Sally Bee proves you can have your cake and eat it.
Also, Christina Strutt, founder of the vintage-style fabric company Cabbages & Roses, shares her top tips for an eco spring clean; we explore the community gardening initiatives that have taken root in many towns across the UK; plus the latest gardening tips and tricks, eco-news and much more.

Inside this issue...

  • Tasty home-made takeaways
  • Sally Bee's Sin-free cakes and treats
  • Top veggie vacations
  • Start a supper club
  • Feed four for under £50 with Sarah Beattie’s money-saving weekly planner
  • Jamie Oliver's Great British grub!
  • Win!: Organic make-up giveaway
  • Natural Housekeeping: The eco-friendly guide to green living
  • Mary Berry: Foolproof dishes from the queen of the kitchen
  • Superfood for Spring: Eat well and feel great with quick recipe ideas
  • Why community gardens are a breath of fresh air

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Inside March issue
Inside March issue
Inside March issue
Inside March issue
Inside March issue
Inside March issue

Where to find the magazine...

Vegetarian Living can be found in selected Asda, Boots, Budgens/Londis, Eason, M&S, Morrisons, WHSmith, Sainsbury's, Tesco, Waitrose and all good newsagents across the UK.

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