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  1. January 21, 2020

    Roasted Halloumi Fajitas

    If you are a vegetarian, and love fajitas then this recipe is just for you! Halloumi cheese is used as a replacement to meat with sweet peppers and onions, seasoned and then roasted on a tray in the oven. Its super simple and ready in just 20 minutes.... Read more »

  2. January 17, 2020

    Premium Fruit Squares

    If you need to satisfy your sweet tooth on your coffee break, then a portion of these soft and tasty fruit squares will work a treat. They also work well at breakfast time or a snack at any other time of the day. They are light and moreish, and just enough to fill the gap!... Read more »

  3. December 24, 2019

    Coffee and Walnut Cake - Vegan

    The sweet taste of a new life - Coffee & Walnut Cake. A classic cake that can be enjoyed at parties, afternoon tea, birthday's or simply with a cup of tea! ... Read more »

  4. December 19, 2019

    Five Reasons to go Vegan

    In 2019 a quarter of a million people from around the globe took the Veganuary pledge to try a month of veganism and almost half of them say they will stay vegan. So, it seems certain that the opening of not just a new year, but the new 2020s decade will make a truly major impact on the plant-based eating boom in the UK.... Read more »

  5. December 19, 2019

    Ten Things You Should Know About Preparing For Veganuary 2020

    Since 2014, Veganuary has been inspiring meat-eaters to give veganism a go. With the hope that it’ll educate people of the benefits of leading a plant-powered lifestyle, the challenge has grown in popularity since it began. With even more foods, products and supplements available to help make the change, it’s easier than ever. If you’re already considering taking part in, then we don’t need to tell you why Veganuary has positive effects on your health, wellbeing and the environment, so instead, we’ve put together our ten top tips to help you get ready for Veganuary 2020.... Read more »

  6. December 19, 2019

    Vitamins And Supplements Vegans Should Take

    Whether you’re taking part in Veganuary or have been living a life powered by plants for a while, it’s handy to know which supplements and minerals can offer you some extra support. Although some people think a vegan lifestyle meets all the daily nutritional requirements, you may find that there are some crucial things lacking in a vegan diet, and begin to wonder what vitamins and supplements should a vegan take.... Read more »

  7. December 17, 2019

    Ways to Eat Chia

    Just a few years ago chia was a strange South American “superfood”. Now these little seeds are part of everyday living across the nation. And no wonder. A tablespoon of chia (around 10g) has 3g of fibre, 1.5g of protein, 1.78g of Omega 3 fat, all the essential amino acids and a very impressive array of minerals.... Read more »

  8. December 17, 2019

    Mini Christmas Pudding Balls

    A festive favourite with a twist! Try this healthy seasonal recipe for mini Christmas pudding balls. The recipe consists of a selection of mixed fruit and nuts flavoured with the spices of Christmas in a protein ball topped with cashew cream.... Read more »

  9. November 13, 2019

    Health Benefits of Maca Powder

    Maca, is a root that grows in the Andes Mountains of Peru at an elevation of 3800 – 4400m (12500 – 14400ft) above sea level. The colour varies considerably; from white, to yellow, red, purple and black, has been eaten for hundreds of years, and it is mainly grown for its nutritional and health benefits.... Read more »

  10. November 4, 2019

    Ten Things You Should Know About Pecans

    The pecan is a type of hickory and scientifically not a nut at all. It is what botanists call a drupe, a fruit with a single seed surrounded by a husk. The green husk eventually turns brown and drops away leaving the thin-shelled “nut” to be harvested. The pecan tree usually grows to between 70-100 feet but can reach 150 feet.... Read more »

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