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12 summer-kissed, fruity water kefir soda recipes to see you through the hottest days. Easy and adaptable. Fizzy and fun. Water kefir? What’s that all about? I thought that was only a dairy thing. If you thought kefir was only a fermented dairy drink – the smarter cousin of yogurt – think again. And go …
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The simplicity of water kefir – fermented water! – explained. Plus an in-depth, step-by-step guide to making this nutritious, probiotic, gut health hero. This drink is a great non-dairy alternative to milk kefir. Fermentation is a simple yet mysterious process. As a natural phenomenon, it happens whether we are present or not. Any food, in …
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Food To Glow miso butter scallops with pan-toasted sweetcorn and zucchini “noodles” is summer eating made fancy, but oh so easy. Barely any cooking, barely any washing up. And this is easy to make vegan with firm tofu or tempeh and best vegan butter. It’s all in the sauce. My Japanese – and summer – …
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Nicely spiced jackfruit “crab cakes” with jalapeño remoulade are delicious in a bun, on a salad, or on their own for lunch or dinner. And they are much easier to make than you might think. Jackfruit seems to be the vegan chef’s meat substitute of choice in 2018. Yeah, I know we are already halfway …
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Beat the heat – and CO2 shortages – with tepache, the fermented natural soft drink from Mexico. It’s very easy to make, healthy and thirst-quenching. It’s great for gut health, too. Europe, but especially the UK, is smack bang in the middle of a carbon dioxide (CO2) crisis. Breweries, soft drink manufacturers, farmers and food …
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This is a sponsored post. Beetroot and Tomato Gazpacho with Watermelon Salsa is a perfect summer soup to keep cool – hydrating, full of healthful plant nutrients, vegan, easy and so delicious.  The issue of single-use plastics is something that affects us all, whether we realise it or not. Although many of us – because …
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Naturally creamy-textured from the starchy goodness of peas, this blended Creamy Vegan Broccoli, Basil and Pea soup makes the most of the summer garden. But is also fabulous made with frozen. Endlessly adaptable, too. After an extended dry spell Scottish gardens have gratefully received much-needed rainfall. Buckets and rain butts of the stuff. It comes …
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Cool down and fuel up with this energy-giving Activated Turmeric & Mint Citrus-ade. Made with three citrus fruits, ginger and turmeric, you and your family will want to sip this nutritious and delicious drink all summer long. Today I’ve giving you my quick recipe to help keep you cool AND healthy. But first, a bit …

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Cacao and Olive Oil Sweet Crackers are delicate, melt-in-your-mouth treats influenced by the famous Spanish sweet pastries, tortas de aceite. These crispy disks are one bowl and easily vegan and gluten-free. These sweet olive oil and cacao sweet crackers are a tweak of an old tortas de aceite recipe on Food To Glow; it based …
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Think beyond lettuce and cucumber to elevate your summer salad game. Roasted chickpeas, eggplant and smoky, honey-crisped halloumi will become your go-to main course salad for warm days and cool evenings. This is my kind of salad. Hearty, a bit salty, a lot tangy; verging on bad for you. But I’ve got a wee story …
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