HEMP MILK: ‘What the crop is that?!’

With a myriad of milk alternatives on the market to choose from, Duncan tells Sadeh why Hemp milk is the most sustainable and tasty option out there. Duncan Delves Hemp has been cultivated by the farming folk of numerous cultures for thousands of years. Indeed, it remained an important crop throughout Europe and the United States until the mid twentieth …

Creamy wild mushroom soup

Creamy wild mushroom soup – without the cream! [vegan + gluten free] You don’t need butter or cream to make a heavenly, velvety, rich soup. This recipe transforms a handful of basic ingredients in to a gloriously comforting and flavourful winter dish. Preparation time: 5 minutes Cooking time: 25 minutes Serves 3 – 4 Ingredients Handful of dried mushrooms, soaked …

Recipe: Vegan Bolognese with Creamy Polenta

After years growing up on Quorn spag bol, I’ve spent a long time in search of something that hits a nostalgic spot without being the same old boring thing. And even though it’s rare I use any meat-replacement product these days, pairing a chunky vegan bolognese with soft, creamy polenta has managed to do just that. For those inevitable leftovers, …

Recipe: Traffic Light Butternut Stacks

One of my favourite breakfasts, traffic light squash stacks somehow works for everyone – meat-free, dairy-free, pulse-free and gluten-free. Not to mention that seeing its colourful red chilli, yellow pepper and green avocado mash in the morning can’t help but put you in a cheery mood for the rest of the day. Serves 2 – ½ tbsp. olive oil – …

A pig’s Tale

My farm to table experiences: Today my farm to table blogging/life experience began! And where better to begin than in the beautiful New England town of Nashua, New Hampshire. I initially thought farm-to-table living would be a simple process, like giving up red meat (bad example) or consuming less dairy. How wrong was I! Food labels, awkward conversations with waitresses …

Recipe: Pappardelle Roma

Like most people, I live for pasta – and more specifically, this pasta dish. Juicy baby plum tomatoes, lashings of garlic and a decent glug of rich olive oil will take you a long way to happiness, and the best thing is, it’ll only take ten minutes! If I’m trying to impress or feeling particularly cheeky, I’ll whizz an extra …

RECIPE: Hannah’s vegan country jumble

This is a great way to use up food in your cupboards and veg drawer for easy dinners and office lunch leftovers. It’s the kind of meal I go to when my veg isn’t quite tip-top but I don’t want to throw anything out. Feel free to play around with grains and pulses – I’ve been known in my time …