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Fresh rolled + fermented porridge

August

The Slowpoke: FRESH ROLLED + FERMENTED PORRIDGE // Photo by Lentil Purbrick With just enough of winter left hanging around to still enjoy the nourishment of a warm bowl of porridge, Lentil and Matt from Grown and Gathered are sharing their ultimate recipe. And it all starts with milling those oats from scratch. 
Fresh rolled + fermented porridge
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RAW BROCCOLI TABOULI

March

The Slowpoke: RAW BROCCOLI TABOULI With plenty of autumn veg rolling in, and warm days still cropping up, it’s a great chance to experiment with eating seasonal veggies such as brassicas raw. Writer Jess Kneebone has whipped up this very easy-to-prepare take on tabouli for us, filled with avocado, nuts, seeds and dried cranberries. 
RAW BROCCOLI TABOULI
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PLENTY MORE

January

The Slowpoke: PLENTY MORE More than ever there is a limelight shining on the plants on our plates. There are a host of reasons this can only be a good thing (our health, the less environmental strain, and the lives of animals that are less likely lost in eschew of a plateful of plants). And this vegetable renaissance may partly be thanks to the rise of chefs like Yotam Ottolenghi and their out and proud love for the vegetable.
PLENTY MORE
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SPICED CHERRIES

December

The Slowpoke: SPICED CHERRIES It’s hard not to love this time of year for its glorious abundance of stone fruit. And there’s one that comes and goes without much warning but a whole lot of love. Cherries. With under a week to go til Christmas day these spiced cherries are a simple and beautiful way to pay homage to the short seasonality of this sweet and rich fruit. Pop to your local farmers markets this weekend and get these underway – these
SPICED CHERRIES
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FUROSHIKI

December

The Slowpoke: FUROSHIKI Within Japanese culture, both modern and ancient, so many pockets of goodness can be found when it comes to slow and sustainable living. One such example is furoshiki – a term given to a square ‘wrapping cloth’, traditionally used to package and transport gifts. Though modern times have seen its use dwindle, the country’s Environment Ministry is urging for its reuse in the battle against plastic bags. Meanwhile here, the concept and cloth is also the perfect antidote
FUROSHIKI
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