31 January 2019
27 January 2019
You’d have to be living under a rock (or doing a digital detox) to avoid the hype around Veganuary.
It's a yearly challenge that asks people to give up all animal-based products for 31 days, following the unbridled meat-fest of Christmas.
The charity says that record numbers started the New Year by signing up to the pledge this year, with over 250,000 people committing to going meat-free for January.
23 January 2019
If you care about what you eat, you probably care about how food is grown too.
So if you’re a gardener who likes to grow their own, and – like many others right now – have decided to go vegan, then it’s useful to know how to approach this at every stage of the process.
So says committed vegan and gardening expert Matthew Appleby, whose new book, "Super Organic Gardener: Everything You Need to Know About A Vegan Garden", explains all – from the types of produce you might go for, to the techniques you’ll need to use to ensure your garden remains truly vegan.
22 January 2019
Pears are sweet, juicy and the perfect way to satiate an after-dinner sweet tooth – but did you know they’re also an unsung hero in the fruit world?
Move over apples: When it comes to overall health, a pear a day may just keep the doctor away too, thanks to their impressive vitamin and mineral content.
21 January 2019
Move over rainbow bagels, avocado art and glitter lattes...
There’s a new highly Instagrammable food and drink trend that’s brewing up a storm on social media.
‘Moon milk’ is the latest drink to experience a moment with food bloggers, but far from being a novelty sip that just looks good for the ‘gram, wellness buffs are claiming that it has some pretty potent health perks too.
17 January 2019
“I should make clear at once that this probably has very little to do with authentic chao xa ga, a kind of Vietnamese lemongrass rice porridge (this sounds terrible in English, which is why it isn’t the title of this recipe), but it does share most of the same flavours, and some of the same techniques,” explains writer of new cookbook Midnight Chicken, Ella Risbridger.
17 January 2019
“There are lots of ways to start a story, but this one begins with a chicken. It was the first story I ever wrote about food, and it begins with a chicken in a cloth bag hanging on the back of a kitchen chair. It was dark outside, and I was lying on the hall floor, looking at the chicken through the door, and looking at the rust in the door hinges, and wondering if I was ever going to get up,” explains Ella Risbridger, author of new cookbook Midnight Chicken (named after this very recipe).
30 December 2018
Outside of Scandinavia, rye bread can be a bit of a niche proposition. The dense bread is beloved by the health-conscious among us though, and switching from wheat breads to rye could bring you a range of benefits.
Here are some of the reasons you should consider making it your sandwich standard…
18 December 2018
Brussels sprouts have something of a complicated reputation.
People tend to love them or hate them, but all agree on one thing: They’re very much a Christmas food.
But why is it that Brussels sprouts are banished to just one time of year? Turkey seems to have gotten away much easier – it might be the centrepiece of the festive meal, but people still have it at other times, at Thanksgiving or in stews and sandwiches.