Vegetarian Living: August issue

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I'm writing this in the middle of a heatwave, so it's the perfect time to talk about keeping cool with Chava Eichner's vegan ice creams (page 68), putting your chargrill pan to good use on the barbecue with Rachel Demuth's seasonal recipes (page 38), preparing Kate Hackworthy's quick and easy picnic fare for family outings (page 72), and Jessica Elliott Dennison's game-changing salads that are a cut above the green and leafy variety (page 88). Seriously hot weather is a bit of a novelty in Britain, so we've decided to take menu inspiration from sunnier climes, with Kathryn Bruton looking to the Caribbean for some midweek meals with tropical flavours (page 46), while in our Indian summer special (page 56) three food writers, chefs and restaurateurs share their deliciously contemporary take on modern Indian cooking. We also catch up with vegetarian food writer Celia Brooks, whose latest book celebrates her top 25 'super-veg' based on their deliciousness, availability and nutritional benefits, and she shares some easy oven-bakes that make veg the star of the show (page 30). Inspired to find out more about 'everyday superfoods', we've put together a list of 10 nourishing foods loved by nutritionists and experts – forget splashing out on matcha, maca and manuka, simply stock up on parsley, blackberries and oats if you want to boost your wellbeing (page 80). Elsewhere, Dr Hazel Wallace, aka the Food Medic, shares her own common-sense approach to healthy eating (page 84) and some of her delicious new recipes – she even manages to pop chickpeas into her peanut butter blondies. And if the doctor prescribes them, who are we to disagree!

Inside this issue...

  • Superpowers on your plate: Food writer Celia Brooks picks her top 25 veggies and shares her nourishing oven-bakes using fennel, beetroot and tomatoes
  • Indian summer: Three leading food writers and restaurateurs share contemporary Indian recipes that are quicker and healthier than traditional dishes
  • Sunshine suppers: Midweek meals inspired by the taste of the Caribbean, from Jamaican jerk halloumi skewers to zingy watermelon salad
  • Happy hour: The G&T, white wine spritz and Negroni get a makeover, perfect for your garden gatherings
  • A prescription for healthy living: The Food Medic Dr Hazel Wallace reveals why doctors need to take nutrition seriously, and why we need more variety in our diets

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Inside August issue
Inside August issue
Inside August issue

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