Vegetarian Living: July issue

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It often rains in July. I know this because it's my birthday month and many plans for barbecue parties have been dampened over the years. But the British summer may yet surprise us, and this issue is packed with ideas for outdoor food to enjoy on those glorious sunny days. Try Rachel Demuth's portable picnic food or for barbecues wow your friends with Thai-inspired dishes from chef Sebby Holmes.
Elsewhere, Kathryn Bruton captures the taste of Italy in her wonderfully fresh meals packed with summery ingredients (page 34) and My New Roots author Sarah Britton returns with another stunning collection of recipes, focusing on using everyday ingredients to make simple suppers bursting with flavour.
Wholefood recipe creator and Instagram star Taline Gabrielian and Mount Pleasant actor Nicola 'Milly' Millbank may appear to be at opposite ends of the food spectrum – with Taline serving up free-from dishes while Milly counters the clean-eating trend – but one philosophy they both share is not putting strict rules on what they eat. So be tempted by Milly's indulgent breakfasts at the weekend, and add some healthy family favourites to your repertoire from Taline's Sydney kitchen.
I can't help thinking that perhaps our eco-chef columnist Tom Hunt has the answer to our fickle weather – stash your summer produce in jars of pickles and preserves and you'll enjoy the taste of sunshine all year round.
Lindsey Harrad, Editor

Inside this issue...

  • For a barbecue with the wow factor, try these Thai-inspired chargrilled dishes from Sebby Holmes
  • Eco-chef Tom Hunt makes the most of a glorious glut by bottling the taste of summer
  • Global inspiration for bowl food, including Japanese donburi and Scandi smoked tofu
  • Instagram star Taline Gabrielian cooks delicious free-from food the whole family can enjoy together
  • Actor and food writer Nicola ‘Milly’ Millbank waves the flag for real home cooking, starting with brilliant brunch ideas
  • Holistic therapist Emma Cannon reveals how to nourish and balance your body to boost fertility
  • Kate Hackworthy reinvents family favourites with beet burgers and sweet potato fries

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Inside July issue
Inside July issue
Inside July issue

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