Some nutrients can be harder to get enough of in a vegan diet such as, calcium, vitamin A, iron, choline and vitamin B12. Although eggs, dairy and meat products are all common sources of these nutrients, there are some surprising vegan sources of each.
We may be bias, but we love veg and everything it has to offer! Not only is it delicious, but it’s also full of health benefits too. To celebrate all things veg, we’ve pulled together some easy recipes that include cavolo nero, leeks, spinach and kale. So whether it's breakfast time, lunchtime or dinner, it's easy to eat more veg.
Looking for a great tasting vegetarian dishes? Well, you’ve certainly come to the right place because we’ve got a great selection of recipes using cavolo nero, leeks, kale and spinach. Whether you love a Japanese cuisine, or you’ve got a soft spot for Italian food these recipes are sure to whet your appetite!
Renowned cookery writer, Rosemary Moon is an expert in perfecting food pairings for optimum flavour and here she’s given us her favourite combinations for kale and cavolo nero. You may already know what some of these tasty combinations, but others may take you by surprise!
You’ve probably heard the saying ‘you are what you eat’ but what you may not realise is that this holds true both for inside and outside your body. You need to ensure your diet contains key vitamins, minerals and antioxidants to ensure skin, hair and eyes are nourished from within. The organs that you can’t see like your heart, bones and nervous system also need the right balance of nutrients to help keep them healthy and in tip-top condition.
Cold and crisp mornings, dark and frosty nights, it’s a sure sign that winter is on its way!
It’s the perfect time of year to warm up with a delicious bowl of soup, and making your own is easier than you might think! Kale is ideal for adding into a hearty winter soup, as it adds colour, texture and a great flavour.