Vegetarian Living: October issue

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Preserves, pies and pumpkins – this issue is full of them, so that can only mean it's October! It's also the time of year we celebrate the harvest festival, when the abundance of crops from the field, produce from the veg plot and fruit from the orchards reaches a peak before the winter months arrive. In his regular column, eco-chef Tom Hunt reveals how to preserve this bounty in quick and easy fermenting recipes (page 28), while innovative jam maker Lillie O'Brien goes foraging to make jams and jellies that really capture the flavours of autumn (page 52). On the subject of foraging, Rachel Demuth's been mushroom picking, using her wild finds in some deliciously different Eastern European dishes from pierogi to strudel (page 38); and Kathryn Bruton's also celebrating the best of seasonal produce, with vibrant orange veg taking a starring role in her warming midweek meal ideas (page 46). We've got two glamorous young plant-based pioneers in this issue: restaurateur Camilla Fayed, who shares some of the top dishes from her popular London eaterie Farmacy (page 84); while Made in Chelsea star Lucy Watson returns to serve up a lovely lunch that's ideal for a girls' gathering. If you're entertaining a bigger crowd, then Nina Olsson's three globally inspired menus (page 61) are the ultimate relaxed sharing feasts – and perfect for a Halloween party too. And finally, dessert. If, like us, you've been glued to a certain baking show in recent weeks, turn straight to our Bake Off special (page 32), featuring three tempting sweet treats that are, to quote judge Prue Leith, 'definitely worth the calories'.
Lindsey Harrad, Editor

Inside this issue...

  • Thrive on the Mediterranean diet: Enjoy Susie Theodorou’s simplified dishes prepared with a handful of seasonal ingredients
  • Mixing bowls at the ready! Great British Bake Off is back – get inspired by gorgeous recipes from the new book
  • Eat yourself happy: The bestselling book that reveals the connection between what we eat and how we feel
  • Raid the fridge: We reveal how community fridges are fighting food waste and bringing people together
  • Dining with Farmacy: Favourites from Camilla Fayed’s plant-based Notting Hill restaurant

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Inside October issue
Inside October issue
Inside October issue

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