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10 Things to Look Out For in our July issue

It’s summer at last! We’re saying yes to wellness this month with mindful cooking from Fearne Cotton, super salads and meditation exercises from the queen of calm, Jody Shield…

10 Things to Look Out For in our July issue

1. Cook the Cover

It’s courgette season and we are certainly going to be making the most of this season’s harvest with this delicious recipe from Lee Holmes. Find our cover recipe and more on page 16.

10 Things to Look Out For in our July issue

3. The Veggie Awards Winners – Announced!

We’re now in our eighth year of acknowledging the best and most exciting veggie products out there. So, flick through the pages of this mini mag to find out the winners of the categories that over 3,000 of you voted for, as well as the verdict from our celebrity judges. This mini mag comes free with every copy of Veggie this month.

10 Things to Look Out For in our July issue

4. How to: Reinvent your Salad

We consulted picture-perfect family of food bloggers Green Kitchen Stories to show us how to take our salads to the next level. Find their recipes on page 24.

10 Things to Look Out For in our July issue

5. Tofu: But not as you know it…

We’re still loving bowl food and these delicious, nutritious tofu bowls are all ready in under 30 minutes! Find the recipes on page 32.

10 Things to Look Out For in our July issue

6. Happy Meals

We’ve been chatting to Elly Pear to find out more about her gorgeous new cookbook, Let’s Eat – plus, we get a sneak peek at some of the recipes, too! Find out more on page 36.

10 Things to Look Out For in our July issue

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Keep The Kids Busy With This Step-By-Step Guide To A DIY Hiding Space
Keep The Kids Busy With This Step-By-Step Guide To A DIY Hiding Space

How much do kids love a hiding space? For that matter, how much do adults love one, too? I love it when my kids create their own spaces to hide in, but I don’t love the mess left afterwards. I feel like I’m folding up sheets and putting away cushions for days.This is a hiding spot you can make that is somewhat more permanent, and can be quickly collapsed and put away for another day.

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