In this episode we talk about the advantages of being part of a food buying cooperative and how it may save you money when buying organic produce. We also mention Community Supported Agriculture schemes (CSAs) and how these benefit the local community as well as provide amazing produce.
On the menu this week we have pie (Mark’s favourite subject) and give some basic outlines on how to create wholefood burgers as well as nut roasts.
Our tip of the week is to purchase a food processor as it gets used so much in vegan cooking.
Recipe of the week this time is an amazing Kung Po Cauliflower, letters know in the comments how you get on with this as we really enjoyed the aromas.
Finally, our ingredient of the week is flax seed and how this can be used to create any brilliant vegan egg substitute as well as add great nutritional value to many meals.
Resources and show notes
- Sweet potato pizza – https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/sweet_potato_pizza_03530
- Kung Po Cauliflower – https://www.yumpu.com/news/en/issue/20903-vegan-food-living-issue-57-022021/read?page=23
- Essentials food buying cooperative – https://www.essential-trading.co.uk/contact_buying_group.aspx
- Suma food buying cooperative – https://www.suma.coop/order/food-group/
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