The new year is a time for fresh starts and positive new resolutions for how to make our lives a little bit better every day. One resolution that many people make after the over indulgence of Christmas is to start eating more healthily, so the January issue of Vegan Food & Living is dedicated to giving you plenty of inspiration for delicious, nutritious vegan recipes.
We know that on the coldest, darkest days in January you don’t really want to be eating salads and small portions, so we’ve packed the issue with hearty, warming dishes that are full of vegetables, pulses and all the goodness they bring with them.
Also this issue, we show you how to whip up a tasty lunch in just 5 minutes and cook up a Friday night fakeaway treat in under 30 minutes
Feeling the pinch after the festive period? We’ve got dinners you can cook for just £1 per portion.
Want to tempt your friends and family to join you on your vegan journey for once? Our family-friendly Sunday lunch combines recipes for vegetable Wellington, Yorkshire puddings, cauliflower cheese and three types of gravy. We dare any omnivore who tries it to still argue that vegans are missing out!
Essential Guide To Veganuary
Finally, this issue comes with a free 24 page Essential Guide To Veganuary, which you can either use yourself if you’re taking on the challenge this year, or pass on to someone you know who is.
The guide contains everything you’ll need to see you through your first month as a vegan, from a 7-day budget meal plan, to all your nutritional questions answered, inspiration from last year’s success stories, best supermarket buys and easy vegan swaps you can make today.
Get all this and much more in the January issue of Vegan Food & Living.
Don’t forget, you don’t need to go out to get your hands on this issue. Click here to get it posted direct to your door, or you can download the digital edition here.
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