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plant based nutrition
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!We love eating a colourful lunch! Having a multi-coloured meal provides you with loads of different nutrients. This vegan wrap is so simple and quick to make but will give you a healthy and nutritious lunch either at home or on the go. INGREDIENTS 1 large seeded tortilla (or gluten free tortilla...
A lovely, warming vegan soup recipe with wild rice which gives the soup a hearty, nutty flavour as well as providing you with lots of protein and B6.
The soup is easy to make, and you can freeze in portions for future effortless lunches.
A quick, easy and super simple vegan lunch with 4 out of your 5 a day in one bowl! Salads are a great way of bringing together lots of different ingredients and 'eating the rainbow' - the more colourful your bowl is, the more diverse range of nutrients you'll be receiving.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.This is our plant based version of a traditional Italian Caprese cake, with the twist of hazelnut instead of almond. If you love moist, brownie-style chocolate cake but also the crunchiness of hazelnut, then this recipe is for you! The recipe yields for a 20cm round cake tin. INGREDIENTS 80g pla...