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A Moroccan-inspired Roast Vegetable and Chickpea Stew

When I first transitioned to a vegan diet, I wanted to make sure I was doing it right and getting the correct nutrients.  I didn’t fancy losing my hair or teeth or having other bits drop off as various people warned me would happen.   So I consulted friend, cook and nutritionist Lou Marchionne who sent me away with some sensible advice,

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No more deliveries… but exciting recipes for your vegan cooking

After six years of delivering vegan meals to the discerning folk of Bristol, the Miller Green kitchen has closed. It was an enormous joy and privilege running Miller Green but the time felt right to stop and other challenges were calling.

When we started in 2015, there was very little choice if you didn’t want to eat animal products and what there was wasn’t particularly inspiring.

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Vegan Starter Toolkit Course – dates in March and May 2020

Come and join us for an action-packed day of exploring vegan cooking.

We have a new date, 17th May, and have a couple of places on our 15th March course

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Eat yourself young: the amazing anti-aging properties of turmeric

As the days grow colder and the winter aches and pains set in I find my thoughts turning to turmeric and its wonderful anti-inflammatory properties.  A daily cup of turmeric tea is my defence against achey joints.  But turmeric does so much more – it’s a true superfood and has a range of nutritional properties which can help slow down the body’s ageing process.  

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Autumn Feast – the first Miller Green Supper Club

Wow! That was fun.  We had a ball at the first Miller Green Supper club and, from the feedback we’ve had (and the high spirited noise levels in the dining room) so did our guests.

It’s always nerve-wracking launching a new initiative and we were as nervous as anyone would be.  

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Eat yourself young: the amazing anti-aging properties of chillis

We love chilli.  Whether it’s in your face as part of a pokey chilli con veggie or just the subtlest little kick in an otherwise cooling cucumber and mint raita, it is has a taste personality all of its own.  It also  has a range of nutritional properties which can help slow down the body’s ageing process.  

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CRUMBS AWARD FINALIST

Miller Green is proud to be a 2018 Crumbs Awards Finalist – set up to celebrate the awesome food scene in Bristol & Bath, places are hotly contested. Find out more on the Crumbs Awards website.

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The amazing anti-ageing superfoods in Miller Green dishes by Sally Beare, dip BCNH

Today:  Spinach

Meet our new blog contributor, nutritional therapist Sally Beare.

We are delighted to welcome Sally  as an expert contributor to our blog on matters nutritional.  As well as being a practitioner, Sally has a keen interest in the role of food in slowing down the ageing process and has written two books on the subject,

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Veganuary round-up: will they or won’t they?

Veganuary 2018 has been a record breaker. An incredible 120,000 people signed up for the challenge this year, double last year’s number.  And if you haven’t heard of Veganuary you must have been asleep for the last month. Every day there has been some reference to it in the media.

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Vegans and Restaurants: A Brief Guide to Etiquette

Last week chef Laura Goodman posted a couple of tipsy comments on Facebook and Twitter and reaped the social media whirlwind. “Spiked a vegan a few hours ago” she said on Facebook. “Pious, judgmental vegan (who I spent all day cooking for) has gone to bed, still believing she’s a vegan” she posted on Twitter. 

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Vegan diets are usually higher in fibre, magnesium, folate, vitamins C and E, iron and phytochemicals, while tending to be lower in calories, saturated fat and cholesterol.

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