Could a meat-free diet lead to longer life?

Meat free diet

There’s been a real sea change in the public view of eating meat. As developing countries start to consume more meat, so many in the developed world are starting to cut back. The reasons are many and varied but boil down to three areas – health, cost and the environment.

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5 simple substitutions to boost your January

Pumpkin soup in yellow plate

If you’d like to get healthier but you don’t want to stop having the meals you love and your home comforts, perhaps try a couple of simple substitutions and see whether you can feel the difference.
These easy swaps will be much better for your body and you might not even taste the difference with some of them! Let us know how you get on and whether you’ll be making the swap for good!

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Sourcing, storing and preparing the best of the season’s vegetables

Fresh beet on wooden background

Here at SimplyCook, we love cooking with seasonal produce. We’re loving our Iranian Vegetable Stew at this time of the year for the wonderful butternut squash and the Korean Bokkeumbap for the farmers’ freshest cabbage.
While it’s easy to pick up a sweet potato and pop it in the oven, there are some other nutritious and flavourful vegetables which sometimes get forgotten about. We’ve come up with a couple of favourites that we’ll show you how to pick the best ones from the market, how to store, prepare and serve them up!

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