Vegetarian Living: August issue

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Writing this on a scorching summer's day, it's hot enough to imagine myself on holiday somewhere exotic. It's the kind of full-on heatwave we Brits long for, yet when it comes we complain it's too hot! The fact is, we don't get too many days like this, so in our August issue we're helping you get prepared – then, when the high days and holidays arrive, you're ready to make the most of them.
With this in mind, Rachel Demuth has rustled up a mouth-watering barbecue feast, while gardening editor Alice Whitehead explores how to make your outdoor grilling eco-friendly. Grown-up alcoholic 'poptails' are a fabulous way to keep cool too.
In hot weather, it seems appropriate to take our cues from the food of naturally sunnier destinations, so why not try Kathryn Bruton's Southeast Asian meal ideas, or make simple suppers inspired by the flavours of the Mediterranean. With West African food set to be the hot new trend, we meet a talented new voice on the food scene, Lopè Ariyo, who combines Nigerian ingredients with European techniques to create her own take on this exciting cuisine.
Elsewhere we have fabulously fruity ideas, from eco-chef Tom Hunt's chargrilled apricot salad, Kate Hackworthy's pineapple coconut whippy for a healthier take on frozen treats for kids, and wellbeing and beauty guru Liz Earle's recipes for juicy berries. That's the thing with summer days – and seasonal ingredients – you just have to catch them while you can.
Happy holidays!
Lindsey Harrad, Editor
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Inside this issue...

  • Eco-chef Tom Hunt explores the unique relationship between people and plants
  • Kathryn Bruton takes inspiration from Thai and Vietnamese food for tasty midweek meals
  • Chava Eichner creates delicious brunch ideas, perfect for lazy summer Sundays at home
  • Get that summery feeling with Mediterranean suppers, from caponata to orzo pasta
  • Bee Berrie’s layered vegan cheesecake makes a colourful centrepiece for any celebration
  • We look at the rise of vegan fast food, recreating traditional takeaway flavours

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Inside August issue
Inside August issue
Inside August issue

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