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When food is labelled as ‘evil’, trouble lies ahead

Sugar is the new arch-villain in the world of food and health, but has the sweet stuff been framed for a crime of which it is innocent? Chef Anthony Warner strikes a blow for the forces of rationality

a good rant

Watch superhero movies and the character with magical powers always needs an equally powerful arch-enemy. In the world of food and health, where arbitrary foodstuffs are frequently granted magical superfood status by self-appointed wellness gurus, it seems appropriate that there should be something for them to battle. The enemy used to be the combined forces of cholesterol and saturated fat, but these days that mantle has passed firmly to sugar.

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February’s chill needs warming delicious. cheer: you'll find it in month’s feature-packed issue: American pancakes 3-ways; definitive Sunday roasts (lamb & chicken); cooking with clams; recipes with citrus zing; the best TV chill-out snacks; 3-in-1 beef stew; wholesome baking with Jordan Bourke; Chetna Makan’s feelgood brunch; the power of pulses; lighter comfort food; queen of puddings; DIY English muffins; Som Saa's Thai curry and much, much more… What are you waiting for?