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Cumin and bean burgers

If you ask me, this is the ultimate veggie burger. Bursting with flavour and perfect with the classic burger condiments like guacamole, slaw and pickled onion. I hope you like them!   Cumin and bean burgers   Print Prep time 30 mins ...

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Super Simple Red Beet and Caraway Soup

Winter is very real in Munich this year, with 10 to 15 degrees below zero and plenty of snow for weeks now. As a Swede I kind of like it. The cold weather definitely puts me in the mood for hot comforting soups, which is also how I get serious ...

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Carrot coriander slaw

The perfect side dish for burgers!   Carrot coriander slaw   Print Prep time 5 mins Total time 5 mins   Serves: 4 Ingredients 4-5 large carrots, finely shredded 3-4 tbs vegan mayo 1 generous handful fresh coriander, ...

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Vegan Greek Salad

On hot summer days, greek salad is my favourite lunch. This is a delicious veganised version, with flavourful and salty crumbled tofu instead of the feta cheese. The key to success with any Greek salad is to use ultra fresh vegetables, which are ...

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Roasted eggplant fillets

This is so simple to prepare it can hardly even be called a recipe! Definitely plan a sauce to go with it - take a look at the suggestions below. It also works to add some toasted pine nuts, fresh parsley and a little cheese (vegan or non-vegan) on ...

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Meat consumption and water scarcity

Did you know it takes 5000 litres of water to produce a normal sized steak? Did you know that water scarcity is recognised as one of the world's most serious humanitarian threats? Leaving meat off the menu is, as it turns out, by far one of the most ...

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Red lentil dal with carrots and green peas

An old favourite! Serve with rice (e.g. the black version like in the photo), more fresh coriander, more fresh lime, and why not a little yoghurt and mango chutney. So yum! If you want to spice it up (this one is very mild), add some chili.   ...

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