National Vegetarian Week 2011

National Vegetarian Week: 23rd - 29th May 2011

National Vegetarian Week: Mon 23rd – Sun 29th May 2011

This National Vegetarian Week (2011), sponsored by Cauldron Foods, invite friends and family around the kitchen table to tuck into seven tremendously tasty and daringly different dishes. They’re different because they’re free from meat but full of flavour and sure to please. Try the Big, Bad Boy Salad, Sweet Potato Burger with Griddled Pineapple and a Chilli Salsa, or how about the stacked high Sandwich Heaven?

The recipes are part of the Vegetarian Society’s brand new Going Veggie guide and National Vegetarian Week is a great time to grab a copy. It’s a friendly and easy to read resource for going, and staying, vegetarian, packed with information such as how to take the first steps, doing the big shop as a veggie and pesky non-vegetarian ingredients to watch out for. Order your copy online at www.nationalvegetarianweek.org or call 0161 925 2000.

If you want to build on your veggie options at home then Cauldron Foods have delightful and delicious dishes to try – Sweet Potato and Chilli Marinated Tofu Parcels, Red Cooked Marinated Tofu or a scrumptious Tofu, Chocolate and Hazelnut Mousse – all available online at www.nationalvegetarianweek.org

National Vegetarian Week from 23 to 29 May isn’t just for the home. There’ll be restaurants, caterers and retailers chipping in and you can catch up with what’s going around the UK by visiting the National Vegetarian Week website What’s Happening calendar.

Get involved in National Vegetarian Week by attending an event, tasting or trying one of the many mouth-watering recipes on offer. How about organising a Come Dine at Mine event or doing something silly to raise a few funds for the Vegetarian Society’s charitable projects? Whatever you do, get involved and tuck into a tasty seven days.

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