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British Tomato Week 2017

eco cuisine home grown tomatoes

This week is British Tomato Week 2017  and I am excited to share with you some of my thoughts on tomatoes. They are so versatile and a fantastic British produce that offers good nutritional value. Not only are they a source of Vitamin C when eaten raw, they have Vitamin A (Vitamin A is a powerful antioxidant), Vitamin K, which is essential for blood clotting as well as many other vitamins and minerals which can reduce cholesterol and are proven to help fight different forms of cancer.

All in all, the humble tomato is not to be sniffed at!

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Spicy Tofu Vegan Recipe

Vegan Recipe Spicy Tofu Eco Cuisine

Have you heard that this weekend is the Vegan Summer Fest, in Earl’s Court London and next week is National Vegetarian Week? I wonder how many of you are participating?

People choose not to eat meat for a variety of reasons and the complete avoidance of all animal products is on this rise (veganism).

Some people choose a vegan or vegetarian diet because of faith and religious reasons, others for health reasons – diets rich in plant foods can reduce the risk of many chronic diseases, and many others choose it for ethical reasons – helping prevent the exploitation of animals and help protect the environment.

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Meat in the Farming Industry

Slab of beef meat eco cuisine

As you probably know, here at eco cuisine we care deeply about our environment and ensuring the food industry is sustainable. We do everything we can to ensure that our carbon footprint is minimised and that sustainability is considered through every facet of our catering business. You can read more on what sustainability means to us here.

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