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World Food Tour - Vegan Middle East

Vegan Life Magazine Podcast

Release Date: 08/27/2021

Foraging for Vegan Food show art Foraging for Vegan Food

Vegan Life Magazine Podcast

Foraging experts Anton Petrov and Mitch McCulloch join Jake to talk about the ins and outs of foraging. Like always our listeners have got in touch with their food related questions such as ‘Where are good places to forage in Britain’ and ‘Are there easy ways to help spot poisonous plants?’ You will also hear all about the foraging police (yes it really does exist) and we finish the episode on a whole mushroom section. Questions -

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This episode Jake discusses a different side to vegan food, the side that makes us strong! He sits down with Ella Magers and Mariam Al-Jarallah two experts in this field. They will show you how eating a plant based diet can fuel you and can teach you about vegan nutrition. 

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Jake sits down with Radhi to discuss Ayurveda and what it means to live an Ayurveda lifestyle. If you know nothing about Ayurveda this is a good place to start. Radhi goes through everything you need to know from Prakruti and Vikruti to all four doshas. You will be all clued up after this episode about this rich Indian culture. Jake also finds out about his Dosha and they both discuss Jakes diet and lifestyle and what foods he can focus on. Questions - [email protected]

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Eating Alfresco or The Vegan Mayonnaise Episode show art Eating Alfresco or The Vegan Mayonnaise Episode

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If you thought eating outside should only happen in the summer months, think again! Listen to expert chefs as they share their guide to creating a charming outdoor eating experience to enjoy with friends and family. Let’s celebrate eating outside all year round as we go alfresco! This week we are joined by award winning cook, Katy Beskow and chef presenter, Richard Fox. Questions -   

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The Whole Foods Episode show art The Whole Foods Episode

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In this episode we find out how to eat the rainbow from our plant based chefs - Niki Webster, Bettina Campolucci Bordi and Dom Hammond. You will find out how to jazz up your soups, steam your veg and what dressings to put on your salads. questions: [email protected]

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Our last episode from the Desert Island Dishes specials and we are finishing this chapter with a fantastic guest - Labour MP Kerry McCarthy. In this episode Kerry lets us in on what vegan food they serve at the House of Commons and what it has been like being a vegan in parliament over the years. She also talks about COP26 and the reality of how difficult it actually is to get everyone to stop eating meat. Kerry walks us through all her favourite foods and share with us her sodium addiction and what it was like to be vegan 30 years ago in Luton. She finishes with her thoughts on...

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Do you want to get creative over the bank holiday weekend and try some delicious vegan bakes, well we are here this week to help you out! This episode is for everyone from beginner bakers all the way up to advanced so grab your piping bag and set up your turn table and let’s get baking! We are joined this week by Holly Jade from Little Blog of Vegan, Beth from Vecreation's and Kate Emmett from Jesmond Bakery.

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Desert Island Dishes - Genesis Butler show art Desert Island Dishes - Genesis Butler

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Genesis Butler sits down with Jake to discuss her desert island dishes. Genesis is a 15-year-old environmental and animal rights activist and one of the youngest people to ever give a TEDx talk. She went vegan at the age of 6 and has earned numerous awards and recognitions for her activism, including beingas one of the top 8 activists changing the world, being announced the 2018 Lisa Shapiro Youth Animal Activist of the Year and receiving PETA's Young Hero to Animals award.​ In addition to being featured on an episode of Marvel’s Hero Project by Disney+. 

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When it comes to comfort, British recipes are the culinary equivalent of a big ol’ hug. This episode seeks to celebrate the best of British ingredients and cooking from some of the greatest chefs this country has to offer, Rishim Sachdeva, Jackie Kearney and Lauren Lovatt... Let’s get stuck in!

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This week we have a vegan power-house joining the Vegan Life podcast. She is a chef, author, YouTuber and TV personality… the wonderful Rachel Ama! In this episode you will hear Rachel’s bacon tempeh horror story her Caribbean feast and some guilty childhood pleasures. Jake even opens up with some oyster mushroom confessions.

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We are at our last stop of the vegan world tour and some would say we have left the best for last. We are stopping in the colourful and vibrant Middle East. This area of the world has paved the way with vegan food and a lot of our favourite vegan dishes are from this area. However our guests actually say that their culture doesn’t really understand the vegan lifestyle and explain that their families do not know why you wouldn’t want meat on your plate.

Our guests this week: Noda, the chef and founder of Koocha, Bristol’s first vegan restaurant. Reflecting on her Iranian heritage, the food served at Koocha is inspired by Persian cuisine – many dishes are modern twists on traditional family recipes. Koocha has paved the way for meat-free cuisine across Bristol, which some argue is now the world’s number one city for vegan food. Nada, known as One Arab Vegan, is an avid vegan blogger and self-taught plant-based chef. Originally from Egypt but based in the UAE, Nada is inspired by creating delicious, empowering and nutrient-packed plant-based food inspired by Middle Eastern flavours. Through her blog, she also shares her experience leading a vegan lifestyle within a culture that is less than forgiving towards plant-based diets.