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After the overindulgence of Christmas, we’re all ready to start the new year with a slightly healthier approach to our eating. But if you’re looking for something a little more excited than a salad to enjoy for your evening meal, we’ve got plenty to inspire in the January issue of Vegan Food & Living. From the mouthwatering kung pao cauliflower cover star to sweet potato koftas, lentil moussaka and bean feast chilli, you should find lots to tantalise your tastebuds.
If your healthy eating plan doesn’t include a trip to your local takeaway on a Friday night, we reveal that you don’t need to miss out entirely with our Chinese feast that is not only healthier than the takeaway version, but will cost you just £1 per portion too.
Dirty Vegan Matt Pritchard joins us to share his favourite comfort food recipes, and for all those who don’t like spending hours in the kitchen, we’ve got one pots that will taste great but require minimal effort.
Plus we’ve got all your nutritional needs covered with an essential guide to nutrition for new vegans, we explore whether soya is a good choice or whether it deserves its bad reputation, plus we share the secrets to better sleep.
If that’s not enough, this issue also comes with a free essential guide to Veganuary. This is filled with the top 10 reasons to go (and stay) vegan, easy swaps for your former favourite products plus the best vegan buys from the supermarkets. We also give you your first seven day meal plan, show you how to whip up dinners with just 5 ingredients and inspire you with £1 meals for one.