Vegetarian Living: November issue

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There's the whiff of woodsmoke in the air and frost on our windscreens – it's November, bringing with it bonfire parties, proper winter coats and a craving for hearty soup and stew. Comfort eating is so often associated with overindulgence, but food that fortifies us through the colder months doesn't have to be a guilty pleasure. If you cook with the seasons, then the winter pantry guides us to eat foods that are naturally suited to this time of year.
To tempt you, we've got a raft of recipes from foodies famous for their connection to the land. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is inspired by River Cottage produce to put aside dairy, wheat and sugar and focus on cooking with veg and wholegrains (page 36), while Darina Allen draws on years of experience working in the famous Ballymaloe Cookery School kitchen garden (page 56). The chefs at Abel & Cole have an enviable supply of delicious organic produce to use all year round, and they show how easy it is to make veg the star of the show (page 48).
If you too have ditched the dairy, we've got tasty family-friendly vegan dishes (page 78), plus raw plant-based ideas from Sydney-based café owner Maz Valcorza (page 88). We're celebrating root vegetables in our seasonal section (page 15) but let's not forget about those winter greens – Katy McClelland's tasty midweek meals (page 40) ring the changes with dishes such as cavolo nero pesto and Burmese curry with Swiss chard.
Life is all about balance – so don't forget the sweet stuff too. Bake Off favourite Martha Collison's mini bakes (page 72) are just the job for a little treat, while Chava Eichner's celebration of citrus (page 52) brings a welcome splash of sunshine to your kitchen.
Stay cosy!
Lindsey Harrad, Editor

Inside this issue...

  • Sweet little bakes from the kitchen of Bake Off favourite Martha Collison
  • Get out of a veggie sausage rut! Try these ideas for the centrepiece of family dinners
  • Midweek meals with plenty of added greens
  • Organic growers Abel & Cole provide veg inspiration for everyday eating
  • Grown your own Buddha bowl
  • Discover how satisfying raw vegan food can be with Maz Valcorza’s Sydney café dishes
  • Meet the communities waging war on waste and ridding rubbish from the sea and streets
  • Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall embraces plant-based cooking again in his brilliant new book

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Inside November issue
Inside November issue
Inside November issue

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