vegan BBQ

Vegan BBQ is the ultimate guide for 70 simple summer recipes, plus delicious sides, dips and snacks to brighten up any alfresco event. Learn how to get the most out of your ingredients, how to host the perfect plant-based barbecue with friends and what kit you need (with tips on small barbecue set-ups for balconies or bijou gardens).

Follow BBQ safety advice. Before cooking, read up on food safety for people & pets (many foods are unsafe near animal friends). If you smoke, use a personal ashtray to prevent wildfires (like dropping a match to paper in dry weather).

The book has extensive information on the best kind of charcoal and other items to use, with lots of good safety and sustainability advice. Once you’re sorted, recipes include:

  1. Buttered hasselback squash
  2. Sizzling fajitas
  3. Brown sugar baked beans
  4. BBQ patatas bravas
  5. Kiwi & avocado salsa

Author Katy Beskow grew up in Yorkshire, and learned to cook while studying physiotherapy in London (inspired by the markets of fresh produce, while having to eat on a budget). Returning to her home county, her blog led to a cookbook deal which led to another, and now Katy has many top-selling vegan cookbooks under her belt.

where to buy sustainable charcoal

E-CO Charcoal and Oxford Charcoal are both local and sustainable. The Welsh Charcoal Company sells charcoal made from tree offcuts. Slate Charcoal offers natural firelighters made from recycled wood blended with wax. You only need one or two, so a pack should at least a year. They burn for up to 10 minutes and also good for wood burners, fire pits and chimeneas.

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