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Seitan rejected my soul

I love a good piece of meat… fake, that is and fake meat rarely comes better than a chunky slab of seitan. Seitan is a meat substitute made of wheat gluten originating from China and it is particularly chewy. It

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Brunch with a bang

Here is a quick post to get you over the midweek blues and get you ready for the weekend. Regular readers will be all too familiar with my love affair with 222 Veggie Vegan, a superb vegan eatery located on

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Hold the cheese

Pizza is a treat not often on offer to vegans. Most mainstream, mass-produced pizzas are heaped with dairy cheese and/or contain animal fats within their dough bases. Vegans have for a long time been excluded from this common snack, but

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Leave the chilli on the table and nobody gets hurts

Want to enjoy a delicious bean chilli but time is limited? Co-operative supermarket has got you sorted. I have always been strangely intrigued by chilli as a meal but have not encountered it often. Growing up in Australia, my closest

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