Vegetarian Living: May issue

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When people decide to follow a 'special' diet, whether it's becoming vegan for ethical reasons or going gluten-free to treat coeliac disease, all too often the focus is on the food they can't eat. But as many vegetarians and vegans have long known, eliminating one kind of food from your diet can open your eyes to the abundance of other delicious foods that are still on the menu.
More people are being diagnosed with coeliac disease, and greater awareness of gluten-free eating means there are so many interesting new ingredients available for everyone to try, from pea flour to lentil pasta. Discover beautiful pastry-based tarts and pies in our gluten-free feature, while this month's midweek meal ideas focus on encouraging all of us to switch our carb staples for a wider range of grains, and Chava Eichner falls in love with UK-grown pulses.
From everyday eating to special occasion cooking, this month we feature a mouth-watering plant-based feast from the kitchen of chef-proprietor Richard Buckley of Acorn restaurant in Bath; while Italian favourite Gennaro Contaldo whips up an easy entertaining menu, perfect for a no-stress gathering.
For those who love to bake, why not try switching your usual loaf for Scandi-style rye bread, as Trine Hahnemann provides a masterclass in the art of madder – Danish open sandwiches. If you have a bullet blender, Juliet Baptiste-Kelly's baking ideas will give your gadget a new lease of life, while blogger Lina Bou gets creative with healthier versions of chocolate treats. Luckily, cacao is naturally dairy-free, gluten-free and sugar-free… making it the perfect ingredient for absolutely everyone!

Inside this issue...

  • Blitz baking: Tasty treats from your bullet blender
  • Gluten alert!: Who really needs to go free-from?
  • The Grain Event: Boost your nutrients with savvy swaps for pasta and rice
  • Crowd pleasers: Clever comfort cooking from vegan blogger and author Áine Carlin
  • Plant power: Stylish recipes from Richard Buckley’s Acorn restaurant kitchen
  • La Dolce Vita: Gennaro Contaldo’s quick and easy Italian menu is perfect for a spring lunch

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Inside May issue
Inside May issue
Inside May issue

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