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Plant Based News Showcases ‘The Very Best’ Vegan Food With New Recipe Section

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Plant Based News is showcasing ‘the vest best’ vegan food with the launch of its new recipe section

Featuring submissions from top-name plant-based chefs including Brett Cobley (formerly knows as EpiVegan), Elisa from Happy Skin Kitchen, and YouTube sensation Rachel Ama, PBN’S recipe section is the perfect answer to ‘but what do vegans even eat?’. 

Dishes include a gluten-free peanut butter and jelly banana bread, Panzanella salad, healthy vegan protein pancakes, and a plant-based omelet with mushrooms and kale. 

‘A cornucopia of options’

“Finding the perfect vegan recipe is no longer the pain it once was,” PBN’s co-founder Robbie Lockie said. 

“Today we are blessed with a cornucopia of options and choices for vegan recipes and vegan food choices. Breakfasts, lunches, desserts, and snacks. In this category, we have assembled the very best in the vegan food scene.” 

The latest recipe

The latest recipe – a Chickpea & Aubergine Harissa Tray Bake – is the perfect mid-week dinner, with only a handful of ingredients and one tray to wash up.

 “I absolutely love the smoky and spicy flavors from the harissa which goes so well with the aubergine,” says plant-based food blogger Elisa.

“If you have any leftovers enjoy them the next day as they will be even more delicious!”

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Liam Gilliver

Liam is the former Deputy Editor of Plant Based News. He has written for The Independent, Huffington Post, Attitude Magazine, and more. He is also the author of 'We're Worried About Him'.

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