“I don’t think you should give up meat,” Rachel Phipps explains to her readers. “I’m certainly not going to, but it is an unavoidable truth that the amount of meat we consume in this country is bad for our health, bad for the environment and also actually quite bad for our bank balance.
“We live on an island, and the amount of our amazing fish and seafood we eat at home – whilst improving – is still minimal.” Her second cookbook, One Pan Pescatarian, aims to change that, drawing on a host of global influences for 100 simple vegetarian, vegan and pescatarian suppers, all using only one pot or pan. “I wrote it with one goal in mind,” she explains. “To get people to eat less meat, and to eat more plant-based or seafood inspired meals. I wanted everything to be simple, easy to follow and accessible, and of course delicious!”
Here, Phipps shares three mouthwatering meals ideal for lazy weekends when you want big flavour, minor the major kitchen commitment…
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