Vegetarian Living: March issue

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Welcome to the nation's favourite vegetarian magazine, where being a vegetarian isn't just about great meat-free dishes, but also about leading a healthy, compassionate and eco-friendly lifestyle too.
This month Vegetarian Living comes packaged with a free supplement, inspired by the sheer volume of readers who ask us
for Sunday lunch recipes. It features creative ideas from some of
our most respected food writers – with recipes from Rose Elliot, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Yotam Ottolenghi – making Sunday lunch special again.
Inside this issue the queen of Indian cuisine, Madhur Jaffrey, celebrates Britain's love affair with Indian and South Asian food by bringing together her favourite recipes from chefs, home cooks and restaurants all over the UK.
Actress, TV presenter and Celebrity MasterChef winner Nadia Sawalha shares some sensible healthy-eating options for 'greedy girls' who still like to tuck in to a good meal – recipes that helped Nadia herself slim down.
We're also celebrating British food this issue, as Sarah Beattie creates a range of recipes using the humble leek; chef and restaurant owner Madalene Bonvini-Hamel presents her favourite seasonal rhubarb recipes; and rounding off the best of British is a mouth-watering selection of nostalgic desserts, expertly conjured up by world famous Pudding Club.
Also, Lindsey Harrad reveals 10 essential steps to saving energy and reducing waste in the heart of your home, as VL goes eco-smart in the kitchen; Nick McGrath talks to wildlife presenter Michaela Strachan on how she manages dinnertimes with a meat-eating family; and Kelly Rose Bradford signs up for a class at central London's first vegetarian and vegan cookery school.
Plus, how to entice your kids into the kitchen, the latest eco-issues and products, what to sow and pick in the garden this month, and much more!

Inside this issue...

  • Actress and TV presenter Nadia Sawalha shares her healthy-eating options for ‘greedy girls’
  • The queen of Indian cuisine, Madhur Jaffrey celebrates Britain’s love of Asian dishes, bringing together her favourite recipes
  • Michaela Strachan on global cuisine, dinner table pragmatism and living with a meat-eating family
  • Madalene Bonvini-Hamel takes one very classic British ingredient, rhubarb and creates three modern recipes
  • Save energy and reduce waste – Lindsey Harrad reveals how to make your home a greener sanctuary
  • Kelly Rose Bradford visits Sutra Kitchen, central London’s first vegetarian and vegan cookery school
  • Sara Niven talks to Tanya Highet about swapping a career in technology for making natural bath products
  • The world famous Pudding Club present three gorgeous desserts to evoke childhood memories
  • Liz Martin creates some easy-prep dinner options for those looking for an all-in-one pan solution

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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.

You can also purchase the Vegetarian Living magazine online.

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