Veg: Easy & Delicious Meals for Everyone as seen on Channel 4’s Meat-Free Meals

October 13, 2019 - Comment

If, like many others, you’re interested in ways to try a few meat-free days and expand your repertoire of plant-based meals, Jamie Oliver’s new cookbook – VEG – will soon have you inspired to head off to your supermarket or greengrocer with a list in hand. It’s not just the title that’s simple – Jamie

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If, like many others, you’re interested in ways to try a few meat-free days and expand your repertoire of plant-based meals, Jamie Oliver’s new cookbook – VEG – will soon have you inspired to head off to your supermarket or greengrocer with a list in hand.

It’s not just the title that’s simple – Jamie has tackled this book like all his others, ensuring he and his team have used simple language, clear instructions and gorgeous photography throughout. With chapters on Soups & Sarnies, Brunch, Pies, Parcels & Bakes, Curries & Stews, Salads, Burgers & Fritters, Pasta, Rice & Noodles, and Traybakes you’ll find something tasty for every occasion – and loads of opportunity to gain in confidence as a meat-free cook.

It’s so much easier to widen your bank of favourite recipes, and increase your veg intake, when you’re safe in the knowledge that the food you’re cooking will taste utterly delicious. And these recipes are sure to leave you, your family, and friends feeling full, satisfied and happy – and not missing meat from your plates.

As Jamie says, it’s all about “the wonderful world of delicious food that just happens to be meat-free.”

About Jamie Oliver

Coming to fame as an accomplished and approachable chef in 1999 with his very own BBC cookery show when he hadn’t even reached his quarter century, Jamie Oliver’s charmingly informal attitude soon won the hearts of the nation. Many years later, he’s still passionate about good food, still presenting his own cookery shows and still trying to get us all to eat better – proving time and time again that cooking good food doesn’t have to be expensive, difficult or time-consuming if you plan ahead.

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