Hummus – cheap, easy, quick, nutritious and a vegan sandwich staple! What more could a hungry punk want?

Makes a decent bowlful for a few people to share

1 400g can of chick peas (approx 250g cooked weight) 1-2 tbs tahini (sesame paste) 1-3 cloves of garlic, depending on how much you like garlic, peeled […]

Mushroom & Pea Risotto

Rice is a very versatile thing and makes a good base for both summer and winter meals. Risotto takes a little bit of effort during the cooking, but it’s nothing too excessive for the soft n’ creamy end result. You can easily vary the ingredients to change the experience quite dramatically. This particular version is […]

Do-It-Yourself Takeaway

I’m a curry-holic. Curries are cheap, tasty, comforting and, made properly, some of the most nutritious food known to vegankind. Over the years I’ve learned how to make some pretty good dishes. Nowadays I feel confident enough with spices to generally not use cookbook recipes as anything more than a starting point. These two recipes […]

Smoky Cider Casserole

A recipe perfect for the winter months (with a small glass of cider into the bargain). Serves 3-4 depending on how hungry you are.

1 block (approx 200g) smoked tofu, cubed and marinated in shoyu or tamari for a few hours 250ml dry cider (I’d recommend Westons Strong Organic Cider) 1 tin (approx 400g) tomatoes, […]

Green Your Eats!

Thursday 1st November is World Vegan Day, a chance for vegans globally to show just how positive veganism is. And not just for the animals we don’t kill, but also for our own wellbeing and for the health of the planet. In fact, this year the focus will be on the ecological catastrophe that is […]