Cooking with Stephen Fry

Posted · 2nd July 2020
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This Thursday, we’re throwing back to National Vegetarian Week and an encounter with a National Treasure.

Back in May (which already seems a long time ago), we supported National Vegetarian Week’s “Eat to Beat Climate Change” campaign – aimed at inspiring people to reduce their meat intake and improve both their health and the health of the planet.

It was a fantastic week all round, however, our highlight was undoubtedly when campaign ambassador Stephen Fry cooked up some of our favourite recipes! These included Cauldron twists on traditional British dishes such as Tofu Fish N Chips, Tofu Rogan Josh and Bangers & Mash.

Stephen Fry Cauldron

When speaking about the initiative, Stephen said:

“I think it’s fair to say that there’s never been a better time to try cutting out meat and living a plant-based life. I’ve found it good for health and energy, and if we all joined in … well, wouldn’t the planet be pleased!”

If you’re looking to make a change but missed this year’s event, don’t worry.

Our comprehensive guide is still available to download, designed to inspire you to make simple swaps to plant-based recipes which don’t compromise on taste. Compiled from our most liked recipes on Instagram, it includes flavour-filled classics such as Vegan Tofu Thai Green Curry and Vegan Pad Thai Noodles.

Plus, if you’re feeling super organised – next year’s National Vegetarian Week is set to be between 10 – 16th May 2021. We’ll see you then!

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