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Recipe of the Week: Dobi (Zimbabwe)

Week 13: This traditional Zimbabwean dish is made of spinach and tomato and is sure to whet your appetite! 

Rax Interview with Jess Worth

I think a lot of young people don’t realise how powerful they are… I know that clever, strategic campaigning by young people can change things because I have seen it happen. So my advice would be ‘just do it!’”

Recipe of the Week: Moussaka (Turkey)

Week 12:  Although it takes an hour to bake (only 20 to prepare), this Moussaka dish is worth it - packed full of Turkish spices, cheese and flavour!

Rax Interview with Robbie Gillett

"When you face a big problem by yourself, it can seem really scary and daunting.  But when you take action collectively with others, you feel empowered and stronger together."

Recipe of the Week: Dutch Pea Soup (Holland)

Week 11: This easy Dutch soup is a popular winter warmer and great for leftovers!

Rax Interview with Tamsin Omond (Climate Activist)

"…my hope is that others will be inspired by living at this historic time and that together we will take action in our own lives, within our communities, on our high street and at the most public and political levels…"

Recipe of the Week: Gajaar Halwa/Carrot Fudge (India)

The perfect winter dessert! Instead of traditional chocolate fudge, this (slightly) healthier carrot fudge is full of nutty flavour and winter spices.

Global Vegetarian Kitchen Recipe Competition Winners

Announcing the winners of the Global Vegetarian Kitchen Recipe Competition! Thanks to everyone who entered!

Recipe of the Week: Turnip Treat (Britain)

Week 9: Although turnip season is almost over, this delicious and healthy Turnip Treat is easy to make and full of beautiful colour and spice! Who says the British have bad food?

Recipe of the Week: Ratatouille (France)

Week 8: This classic French dish is easy and perfect for the cold autumn and winter months! 

Recipe of the Week: Tamia/Falafel (Sudan)

Week 7: You’ll love this vegetarian staple recipe from Sudan. Chickpeas, coriander, sesame, garlic… who doesn’t love a good falafel? 

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