Recipes and Tips
plant based diet
Tofu may be one of the most stereotypical vegan foods but for good reason! It’s high in protein, easy to prepare, and a great replacement for meat. Tofu also has a very low carbon footprint and is extremely versatile - here are our Top 5 Tofu Marinades!Risotto is the perfect comfort food! This plant-based recipe is simple to make, full of flavour and still gives the risotto its traditional creamy texture without using any dairy.
This vegan recipe has all the traditional flavours of a Caesar salad but is completely plant-based. Whether you want a light lunch or a side dish to accompany your dinner, this is the perfect salad.
Make the salad dressing in advance and store in the fridge for a quick, easy and filling meal.
The best thing about a curry is that it's so versatile. Sauces go well with almost anything - vegetables, tofu, lentils, chickpeas - making the simplest of ingredients tasty and flavoursome.
This is an easy recipe that will leave you with enough for more than one dinner!I'm sure you've heard the phrase 'eat the rainbow' before, but its so important! The more colourful your meals are, the more diverse range of nutrients you're receiving. This wrap is full of colourful veggies and is super tasty for a quick lunch.This is another warming, comforting soup recipe with protein and Vitamin D! The black beans give it a lovely hearty texture, and its super filling and satisfying.For everyone worried that going plant based means missing cheese and meals that are based around it - this recipe is for you! Using nutritional yeast adds a lovely cheesy, nutty flavour and has great texture.We all know we should eat our greens, and soups are a great way to get in a variety of nutrients - as well as being warming and comforting. Broccoli contains 70% of the RDI of Vitamin C and courgette is high in Vitamin A, which both promote a healthy immune system.