Gosh Vegan Sausages Review: October 2017
Boom Brilliant Bangers by Gosh arrived at blogging HQ ready for the taste test. Gosh is all about goodness, they are dairy free, gluten free, soya free, nut free and are suitable for vegans too. Impressively, they are naturally free from the UK’s 14 top listed allergens; cereals containing gluten, eggs, milk, soya, nuts, peanuts, celery, mustard, sesame seeds, lupin, Sulphur dioxide, crustaceans, fish & molluscs.
The beautiful Butternut Tomato and Basil sausages went perfectly with a lush green leafy beetroot salad topped with cherry tomatoes and black olives. Ideal for a light lunch or a delicious dinner.
The sensational Sweet Potato and Black Bean Sausages with a hint of lime worked well in my crispy Caesar gluten free pasta salad which works well as a main or a starter.
These Gorgeous Gosh Bangers are already hitting the shelves and will be flying off just as quick, so make sure you grab a sausage or two before it is too late.
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Yutaka Vegetarian Two Course Dinner Date Review: October 2017
Blogging HQ received a batch of lovely Yutaka goodies, that included the sushi kit for 2, silken tofu, wasabi peas, sesame seeds, Japanese style curry kit and some of the lovely Chings champion soybean noodles, to create an authentic Japanese vegetarian two course dinner date meal.
The Super Sushi kit for two includes a recipe booklet, boil in the bag rice, seasoning, nori sheets, ginger, wasabi paste, soya sauce and a rolling mat. Make your date interactive and roll out the fun times with your other half.
It’s time to get your noodle on and make Katsu curry with a twist. Katsu is usually served with rice, but I fancied some of Chings nice noodles. Lightly fry the tofu and then mix with the Katsu sauce. To finish sprinkle with some of the sesame seeds and there you have it a Japanese inspired mouth-watering main for two!
Let’s hear a big Yes for Yutaka – Japanese dining made easy!
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Lean Bean Review: October 2017
The Female Fat Burner aka Lean Bean is vegetarian friendly and has a bespoke blend of natural fat fighting ingredients which include glucomannan, green tea extract, turmeric, cayenne pepper, green coffee, piperine, raspberry ketones, chromium picolinate, garcina cambogia, acai berry, vitamins B6 and B12Sadly, with an increasingly pressured society, crash dieting is common place and almost seen as the norm, but this yo-yo lifestyle creates a body disharmony depriving it of essential minerals and nutrients which often leads to weight fluctuations and self-esteem issues. Alongside a healthy diet and lifestyle lean bean offers to contribute to you gaining a flat and firm tummy, toned legs and arms, boosted energy, increased confidence and self-esteem.
I gave Lean Bean a go along with a healthy diet and regular visits to the health club and noticed a difference especially on my tummy area. The Lean Bean vest top is fab and ideal for training. The plan is worth a whirl, as Lean Bean believe in their brand fully and offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee, “Take it four times a day for the full ninety days and if it doesn’t work as described, simply send it back for a refund”
What have you got to lose, give it a go and Lean Bean your way to a better body!
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Côte Manchester Vegetarian Menu Review: October 2017
Magnificent Manchester Côte Brasserie, located on St Mary’s Street, is a fabulous family friendly French brasserie with all the elegance and charm of a quaint, rustic and rural, French village eatery with a twist of contemporary and classy city chic. Think Brittany meets Gers with a hint of Paris.
Awaiting our arrival, the amazing Ashleigh seated us in a light filled booth space, with wonderful windows opening onto the city streets. A homely hearty hub, from which to watch the world go by and observe the city dwellers eclectic tastes and styles. Carlos, our server, whom I have previously met, had no need to polish up his waiter skills, as he provided super slick, stress-free and sensational service as usual – a real pro!
My Healthy Kitchen Vegetarian Meals Review: October 2017
Being Happy and Healthy is a priority in my life and My Healthy Kitchen Meals contribute to me achieving this life balance, by offering a range of nutritious creative meals that are ready in minutes. Saving me both time and giving me a beneficial notorious health boost.
Blogging HQ transformed into My Healthy Kitchen with the delivery of some super scrummy fresh high-quality meals. Under 500 calories, no artificial preservatives, colourings or flavourings and contains at least 1 of your 5 a day, these meals are health focused.
Tideford Organics Soups Review: September 2017
Since 1996 in their Devon Kitchen, Tideford Organics have been creating an innovative range of scrummy soup recipes. Excitingly re-launching in 2016, as the UKs first organic vegan brand, crafting and creating soups that are gluten free, low fat, organic, vegan and with no added sugars. The Tideford Team sent me some super soups in celebration of Organic September. I was excited to review, not just for the obvious taste testing reason, but due to the brands commitment and dedication to support the wellbeing of our environment.
The brands core ethos is that, “a little change can make a big difference” which underpins their ‘Take the Pledge to Eat More Veg’ campaign. Eating less meat improves health and helps our environments health too. The statistics are eyewatering, “The meat + dairy industries use a third of our planet’s fresh water supply” “Animal agriculture is responsible for 91% of amazon destruction”, “51% of global greenhouse emissions are due to livestock + their by-products”, “A plant-based diet cuts your carbon footprint by 50%”, “If everyone had one meat-free day a week it’d be like taking 240 million cars off the road”, “If you skip just one burger you’ll have saved enough energy to charge your iPhone for 4.5 years!”
Breakfast Around the World with BFree Products: September 2017
The brilliant BFree products are allergen free meaning that there is no gluten, dairy, wheat, nuts, egg or soy and they are suitable for vegans too. Low in fat and high in fibre means that they are nutritionally sound – amazing! The clever guys and gals over at BFree have developed a natural recipe and composition that replaces wheat and gluten, that still gives their ‘good for you’ breads the right structure, without affecting the taste.
Another batch of BFree brilliance landed at blogging HQ, that included their Oaty loaf, Plain bagels, Sweet Potato Wraps, Quinoa and Chia Seed Wraps, Soft White and Brown Sandwich Loafs. I decided to BFree in the morning and travel the world, sampling some simple, but brilliant BFree Breakfast delights.
Feet firm on British soil why not try a Brilliant British Breakfast. Vegetarian sausages, beans, mushrooms and tomato alongside some tasty toast made with BFree’s scrummy soft White and Brown Sandwich Loafs. At only 70 calories a slice, you can relax and enjoy your guilt free breakfast.