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These are delicious on the barbecue, and a nice, lighter alternative on a vege day. With a simple salad dressing for the greens, and the cooked quinoa, it’s a complete meal. Recipe and photography: Sarah Tanner Serves 4 Ingredients 1 block of organic tempeh, cut into cubes 1 cup vegetable

I love Christmas cake, but I am not in the mood for baking once the days heat up. These little delights are the perfect solution. Keep them in the fridge until you are ready to eat them. Recipe and photography: Sarah Tanner Makes 12 Ingredients 2 cups ground almonds ½

This is such a nice way to enjoy summer veges. Recipes and photography: Sarah Tanner Serves 4 Dippers halved radishes baby carrots or carrot sticks cooked asparagus spears crackers and/or bread, if desired Tofu feta 1 block firm organic tofu, diced 400ml extra virgin olive oil ¼ cup red wine vinegar 2 tsp Himalayan salt 1 tsp maple syrup 2 garlic

BurgerFuel has added to their range of vegan burgers with their first limited edition plant-based beef burger Beyond Beleaf.  Words: Lara Wyatt Finding a vegan beef burger no longer needs to be a mission! BurgerFuel has just introduced Beyond Beleaf, which contains a plant-based Beyond Burger patty that looks, cooks and tastes like beef

Warming, simple and delicious, this breakfast recipe tastes indulgent but is surprisingly healthy. Perfect for mum to enjoy on Mother’s Day morning! Serves 2 Ingredients ½ cup of white quinoa 1 cup of light coconut milk 1 Dole banana (finely chopped) 2 tbsp of organic shredded coconut 1 pack of Dole fruit and jelly

These sweet bite-sized treats are packed with yummy healthy ingredients like coconut, oats, dates and, of course, ripe Dole bananas. They’re also vegan! Enjoy with mum with a cup of tea on Mother’s Day. Serves 12 Ingredients For the base 1/2 cup raw almonds 2 cups gluten-free rolled oats 1/2 teaspoon

Miggs McTaylor will be bringing us some yummy plant-based recipes. But first, get to know McTaylor and how she started on her recipe creation journey. How did your passion for food and creating recipes begin? At some point in my late 20s I became aware of the connection

Getting a book published is possible. Author Rachel Grunwell shares advice and her journey to getting a publisher to say “yes”. Words: Rachel Grunwell. Photo: Alice van Schaik I’m on the edge of a dream. I’ve published my first book Balance: Food, Health + Happiness. You can

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