Hone your barista skills and celebrate the irresistible flavour of a home brew in this week’s coffee episode. Jake sits down with coffee royalty, George Howell, Ralf Rueller and Jesse Hartman, to discuss their journeys of how they got into coffee and most importantly, answer our listeners’ questions.
This episode has the panel debating over what makes a good cup of coffee, whether or not you should be freezing your beans and the experts’ opinion on what we all drink: the popular instant coffee.
We hear from Ralph on different flavours from around the world and the guests go full nerd as they discuss water temperature, so bring your note pad and a pen and get educated!
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Foraging experts Anton Petrov and Mitch McCulloch join Jake to talk about the ins and outs of foraging. Like always our listeners have got in touch with their food related questions such as ‘Where are good places to forage in Britain’ and ‘Are there easy ways to help spot poisonous plants?’
You will also hear all about the foraging police (yes it really does exist) and we finish the episode on a whole mushroom section.
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This episode Jake discusses a different side to vegan food, the side that makes us strong! He sits down with two experts in this field: Ella Magers and Mariam Al-Jarallah. They can teach you about vegan nutrition and the health benefits of living a plant-based lifestyle.
We hear questions from our listeners such as what foods do our guests eat in a day? and The whole ‘carbs are bad’ argument, is this a valid argument or is it rubbish?.
Find out now by listening on all major listening platforms. And let us know your food related questions on French Patisserie and Noodles.
If you thought eating outside should only happen in the summer months, think again! Listen to expert chefs as they share their guide to creating a charming outdoor eating experience to enjoy with friends and family.
Let’s celebrate eating outside all year round as we go alfresco!
This week we are joined by award winning cook, Katy Beskow and chef presenter, Richard Fox.
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In this episode we find out how to eat the rainbow from our plant based chefs – Niki Webster, Bettina Campolucci Bordi and Dom Hammond.
You will find out how to jazz up your soups, steam your veg and what dressings to put on your salads.
Our last episode from the Desert Island Dishes specials and we are finishing this chapter with a fantastic guest – Labour MP Kerry McCarthy.
In this episode Kerry lets us in on what vegan food they serve at the House of Commons and what it has been like being a vegan in parliament over the years. She also talks about COP26 and the reality of how difficult it actually is to get everyone to stop eating meat.
Kerry walks us through all her favourite foods and share with us her sodium addiction and what it was like to be vegan 30 years ago in Luton.
Do you want to get creative over the bank holiday weekend and try some delicious vegan bakes, well we are here this week to help you out! This episode is for everyone from beginner bakers all the way up to advanced so grab your piping bag and set up your turn table and let’s get baking!
We are joined this week by Holly Jade from Little Blog of Vegan, Beth from Vecreation’s and Kate Emmett from Jesmond Bakery.
Genesis Butler is a 15-year-old environmental and animal rights activist and one of the youngest people to ever give a TEDx talk. She went vegan at the age of 6 and has earned numerous awards and recognitions for her activism, including being named by BBC as one of the top 8 activists changing the world, being announced the 2018 Lisa Shapiro Youth Animal Activist of the Year and receiving PETA’s Young Hero to Animals award. In addition to being featured on an episode of Marvel’s Hero Project by Disney+.
When it comes to comfort, British recipes are the culinary equivalent of a big ol’ hug. This episode seeks to celebrate the best of British ingredients and cooking from some of the greatest chefs this country has to offer, Rishim Sachdeva, Jackie Kearney and Lauren Lovatt… Let’s get stuck in!
This week we have a vegan power-house joining the Vegan Life podcast. She is a chef, author, YouTuber and TV personality… the wonderful Rachel Ama! In this episode you will hear Rachel’s bacon tempeh horror story, her Caribbean feast and some guilty childhood pleasures. Jake even opens up with some oyster mushroom confessions.
Jake sits down with Matthew to discuss his Desert Island Dishes on our regular featured episode.
We hear about 5 foods that Matthew can’t live without and also some little tricks of the trade along the way. By the end of this episode, you’ll want to try a raw diet or at least swap some food groups out.
Do you want to know where the food you eat comes from and the origins and stories behind these ingredients? We are joined by an expert panel; Paige Curtis, Abhilasha Chandak and Seren Charrington-Hollins, three women from diverse backgrounds sharing their love of history and food!
We are back with our Desert Island Dishes format and this week we are joined by Keegan Kuhn who is the award-winning co-director of the acclaimed documentary films Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret, executive producer for What The Health, executive produced by Joaquin Phoenix, Running For Good and executive producer for They’re Trying To Kill Us.
What defines a spice is not always straightforward. Spices may be roots, bark, seeds, buds, and fruits. Spice allows us to elevate any dish from bland to gourmet and in this episode, we promise that you will find out everything you need to know in the spice game! We are spoiled this week by the panel of experts – Abhilasha Chandak, a food consultant and celebrity chef and Craig & Shaun the duo behind the bestselling Original Flava.
In this episode, you hear about Matt Pritchard’s top foods that he just can’t live without and the stories and memories that surround these foods; stories that involve a mushroom dealer in a service station and his tales from the open water.
Matt opens up about toxic masculinity and comments he got online, after going from being in such a wild environment on Balls of Steel, to becoming a vegan athlete. However, he says the comments don’t bother him as he rowed around the Atlantic on a vegan diet!
There is nothing better than the smell of freshly baked bread, don’t you agree? If you are love homemade bread as much as we do, listen now and you will be transported into a vegan bakery like no other! This week we are giving you TV Bake Off alumni with Freya Cox and Chris Tucker, Freya from the Great British Bake off 2021 and Chris Tucker from The Great American Baking Show 2018.
Welcome to our second week of Desert Island Dishes – a new format with episodes every other Friday. This week we are joined by vegan influencer and animal rights activist Lucy Watson.
What do you think the future holds for veganism and the food we eat? Do you want to know what goes on behind closed doors? Listen this week as our experts (who are keeping abreast of what is going on in the vegan market) share with you some juicy gossip of what is happening.
Our great guests this week are: Nigel White, Anders Linden and Doug McNish
This year we are bringing you amazing vegan guests on a new format which will be out every other Friday – Desert Island Dishes. We start this week with the amazing activist, actor, writer and podcaster, Evanna Lynch.
A brand-new year and maybe a brand-new start and if you are new to veganism or still on your transitioning journey from dairy to soya, then welcome as we have some ideas for you, so sit tight, you can totally do this! We have the best people possible to help you on your vegan journey, Rob Trounch from Purezza and Sean O’Callaghan the man behind Fat Gay Vegan. This episode is packed with some great tips and tricks to help our listeners and you with any worries or advice that you need.
Vegan Life Magazine Podcast talks all things leftovers! Discover inventive ways to ensure that nothing goes to waste this year. We promise you that this episode is packed with festive flavour!
Strap yourselves in as we are spoiling you this Christmas with wall to wall festive recipes for you to try this year, not to mention the incredible guests we are treating you to. So get cosy with a mulled wine, pop your headphones in and listen now!
This Christmas would like us to rescue your Moscow mule? Or help with your spicy bloody Mary? This week we are taking a look at drinks, zero proof and alcoholic. And we are blessed to have some of the best mixologists and creators in the world this week on this episode. We are joined by Natasha Mesa, Ryan Chetiyawardana and Jennifer Croll.
Whether you like mushrooms or not, you have to listen to this fascinating episode. The Vegan Life Podcast is going where it’s never gone before, as we go from the comfort of sharing foodie recipes for our listeners to the medical world of mushrooms. We are joined by Dr Eugenia Bone, Derek Sarno and Jack Hodgson.
Do you want your potted herbs to stop dying on you? Do you want to find out what do with plants and weeds found in your garden? Listen up as we have three garden experts this week to share their secrets on how to grow your own vegan paradise.
Vegans living life on the veg – This week we try to move away from the comfort of fried food and focus on a part of your dinner plate that doesn’t get quite enough attention. We have three guests this week to show us how to turn a vegetable front and centre!
Are you craving a steaming hot bowl of veggies curled up on the sofa? Or wondering what do to with your left-over squash from Halloween? Listen to this week’s episode of The Vegan Life podcast where Jake Yapp and the panel of experts discuss seasonal cooking at its best! You will hear the guests trying to save a listener’s marriage by bringing texture to a stew. We hear all about what vegetables should go into a stew and some great tips for elevating this midweek comfort. You get a 101 on grilling vegetables and whether or not we should be…
We are joined this week by a perfect panel who give us some delicious gluten-free recipes and tips on how to combine veganism and gluten-free, which up until now we thought was a tricky thing to do!
The nights are drawing in, you can feel the change of the season in the air, you know what you need? A bowl of something delicious. And all the best dinners start with a good sauce!
We have a wild episode this week as we are joined by three wonderful and enthusiastic guests who end up singing, laughing a lot and overall being completely joyous. We have Amy Lanza from Nourishing Amy, Daniel Farrow head chef and founder of The Gatherers restaurant in Norfolk and Josie Clemens from Hell’s Kitchen.