Ingredients 2 large eggs - hard-boiled 1 egg - beaten 100 grams fresh wholegrain breadcrumbs (I use a cheese grater to make these!) 125 grams frozen chickpeas 200 grams tofu - drained and squeezed as dry as possible 4 teaspoons dried sage 1 teaspoon nutmeg 1/2 teaspoon ...READ MORE +
I often hear people say that they just don't have time to eat healthily but, with a little careful planning and making the most of the time you do have, you (and your family) can eat healthily every day. Let me give a few examples: Eggs - so versatile and easy to prepare in advance. ...READ MORE +
Peas, beans, lentils and peanuts – What do these have in common and why are they so important to non-meat eaters?
Well firstly they all come under the heading “Legumes”, yes, even peanuts! I was surprised to discover this as I always assumed (as, I suspect, you did too) that a peanut was, in fact, a nut! Secondly, these amazing foods are a fantastic source of protein for us non-meat eaters, even though the ...READ MORE +
Delicious and warming on an Autumn evening. Ingredients 320g Ready-Rolled Puff Pastry 250g Button Mushrooms Washed and Quartered 1 Large Onion - Sliced 3 Cloves Garlic - Finely Chopped 2 Medium Carrots 50g Frozen Peas 250ml Vegetable Stock 1 Tbsp Yeast Extract (Marmite) Spray Light ...READ MORE +
Ingredients 200 grams Couscous 250ml vegetable stock (200 ml for the couscous and 50 for the mix) 1 red onion – roughly chopped 2-3 cloves garlic – finely chopped Half each of red, yellow, green capsicums – de-seeded and sliced One carrot – diced 3 medium sized ...READ MORE +
Maybe you have heard that eating more vegetables and less meat is good for your health. Probably you have been inspired to even start a vegetarian diet in order to improve your health and lose some weight. The healthy vegetarian lifestyle is beneficial in so many ways. A vegan diet is arguably the ...READ MORE +
There are a number of reasons why people choose to go vegetarian. Some individuals are compelled by the environmental impact of CAFO (confinement animals feeding operations.) Some people are guided by religious reasons while others are guided by ethical concerns. Many people, however, choose a ...READ MORE +