National Vegetarian Week

This week is National Vegetarian Week and as part of my commitment to great Vegetarian food I wanted to share a recipe for each day.

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I shall endeavour for it to be Vegan. But we all have to start somewhere and if you are not vegetarian then just give a few recipes a go! I honestly believe you will be surprised.

Below are links to some of my previously blogged recipes and I will add more this week (as I can – I still have ‘no camera’ issues).

If you have any questions or queries then please do ask.

I myself an not exclusively RAW, Vegan, Paleo or Vegetarian but I appreciate that they are a great addition to our weekly food habits.

I hope you enjoy them


And so to start:

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Have a great week


Millet and Mushroom Loaf (Vegan, Gluten & Wheat Free)

Inspired by Cranks, Millet & Vegetable Gratinee but this is Vegan, gluten and wheat free and can be made with no addd fat)

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Millet and Mushroom Loaf (Vegan, Gluten & Wheat Free)


4 oz Millet
500ml / 1 pt vegetable stock
1 tbsp sunflower oil
2 leeks
4 stalks of celery
1 large carrot
8 oz mushroom
1 sweet potato
1 tsp sage
1 tbsp tarragon
1 tsp parsley
1 lemon, zest and juice

Dry-roast the millet briefly in a heavy-bottomed pan until there is a slightly toasted smell to it, add enough water to cover it and add pinch of sea salt.
Cover and bring to a boil.
Simmer over a medium heat for 30-35 minutes. Drain, run some cold water through it and set it to one side.


Chop the leeks, carrot, potato and celery finely.
Sauté them in the oil until they soften and start to brown.


Slice the mushrooms and saute them separately so they can take on a nice brown colour.


Add in the lemon and herbs.

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Blitz the millet and and the vegetables together to make a softish dough.



Taste and adjust seasoning.


Line a loaf tin with parchment paper and spray or brush with a little oil. Fill the tins.


Bake at 350 for about 20 minutes or put in microwave for about 2 minutes.


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