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Sunday lunch ideas... what are you having?

https://www.vegansociety.com/get-involved/campaigns/vegan-thriving/vegan-thriving-recipes/roast-cauliflower-sunday-lunch

Last year, I was excited to publish this guest post. Naomi is the mother of two healthy #vegan children, so it was great to hear her advice on raising vegan children.

Whether your children are vegan, or incorporating healthier foods into their diet -
https://www.learnervegan.com/5-tips-for-raising-vegan-children/

Meera Sodha’s #vegan recipe for tofu katsu sando with celeriac and apple slaw | The new vegan https://www.theguardian.com/food/2020/jan/18/meera-sodha-vegan-recipe-tofu-katsu-sado-celeriac-apple-slaw?CMP=share_btn_tw

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