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The Miller Green guide to leftovers: how to waste less and eat more

10 delicious ways to recycle your leftovers and reduce food waste .

If Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall has taught us anything, it’s that we waste rather a lot of food:

“We live in a country where one third of the food we produce never gets eaten and the average household bins £700 worth of food a year.” (river cottage.net)

A rather shocking statistic,

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The cornershop vegan: how to get your protein without being pretentious

10 healthy vegan protein sources under £2 that you can buy in your local cornershop.

Good news! The number of vegans in Britain has risen more than 360 per cent over the past decade.

Nearly half (42 per cent) of these vegans are aged 15-34, a statistic that has piqued out interest at Miller Green.

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10 vegan recipes to keep you cool this summer

Summer has finally arrived! We’ve picked out 10 vegan recipes to see you through the heatwave.

A long overdue heatwave has seen temperatures reach upwards of 30°C this week, with more hot and sunny weather forecasted for this weekend. So what better way to celebrate (and navigate your way through the inevitable surge in ice cream vans and barbecues) than with some delicious,

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4-ingredient vegan lemon and rosemary ice lollies

Do summer the Miller Green way with our vegan lemon and rosemary ice lollies.

Whether it’s down to the muggy weather or our cataclysmal political climate, we can bet our fellow British residents have been feeling just as hot and bothered as we have lately. To help you weather the storm,

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Review: Flow Bristol

Sometimes we like to let others do the cooking for a change! Here’s what we thought of veggie restaurant of the moment, Flow.

Bristol is a place that is full of surprises. A perfect example is Haymarket Walk, an underpass nestled in the depths of bleakest Broadmead that has become one of Bristol’s hottest foodie destinations.

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Vegfest Bristol 2016: why are you vegan?

 

We asked Vegfest-goers to tell us their reasons for going vegan. From dropping a few pounds to saving the planet, here’s what they had to say.

So why are you vegan? It’s a question that often makes the Miller Green team squirm.

Perhaps we should jump at the chance to raise awareness about the benefits of a vegan diet and convince people that we subsist on more than lettuce and incense.

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How to make the perfect hummus

 

Hummus is universally appreciated, whether or not you give two hoots about veganism. This is how to get it right.

This chickpea-based dip is our kind of superfood: easy to make, inexpensive, tasty and satisfying, with the added bonus of providing a healthy dose of protein.

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The 26 best places to eat vegan in Bristol

Our roving restaurant critic, Lucia, has undertaken the laborious task of testing out Bristol’s finest vegan dining spots. It’s a hard job, but somebody’s got to do it.

Eating out as a vegan can be a bit of a minefield. No one wants to be the bore that stays in while everyone else has dinner plans.

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Life without cheese

One of the hardest things about being vegan is not eating cheese.

Firstly, it’s difficult to avoid, being the go-to ingredient for most restaurants’ meat-free option – try finding a salad without feta, goat’s cheese or halloumi in it, and you’ll see what we mean.

Secondly,

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