Vegetarian Living: July issue

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When you visit other countries, people in these cultures always seem to have a greater connection to their food and its provenance. Bustling market stalls piled high with fruit, vegetables, bread and spices are a part of everyday life, browsed by locals who flock there to choose their supper ingredients.
Fresh from his travels in Lebanon, John Gregory-Smith shares the wonderful flavours he discovered in the souks of this vibrant country, while back home we're celebrating the best of seasonal produce with British tomatoes and courgettes, and writer and novice gardener Rosie Birkett helps us reconnect with homegrown food, serving up dishes inspired by the produce cultivated on her allotment. If you're feeling inspired to grow your own, Alice Whitehead discovers how to garden 'veganically', a mindful approach to growing edibles.
If you do grow your own, or buy regularly from farmers' markets, you'll know that lots of vegetables come with delicious 'extras' you don't find in the supermarket, from beetroot leaves to carrot tops. Rachel Demuth explores the concept of root-to-shoot eating and prepares dishes using amazing ingredients that often get discarded.
If you're looking for healthy options, we've got some lighter bites from the phenomenally popular Pinch of Nom blogging duo, while food writer and Ayurveda fan Jasmine Hemsley shares her gut healthboosting recipes too.
It's important to inspire the next generation about the importance of good home cooking, and little chefs will love Celebrity MasterChef winner Angellica Bell's simple but delicious dishes. Her easy blueberry muffins go equally well with a cup of tea or a glass of plant-based milk, it's a win-win way to spend a family afternoon in the kitchen!
Enjoy!
Lindsey Harrad
Managing Editor

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