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Master meat-free with these inspiring, all-vegan recipes from Katy Beskow’s new book, 15 Minute Vegan

Veganism has never been more popular – especially among athletes. More and more runners are switching to plant-based diets, with a whole host of studies suggesting endurance and recovery can actually be improved by going meat-free. Not convinced? These veg-based recipes should convince you that, even if steak’s too good to stop, your #MeatFreeMonday can be a pleasure, not a chore.


One of the most popular recipes on my website is a twice-baked butternut macaroni. It’s also one of my favourite comfort foods. After having a craving for this slow- cooked dish, but being too hungry to wait, I recreated this creamy classic, which can be in your bowl within 15 minutes

Serves: 2

1 small butternut squash, peeled and chopped into small, even pieces 200g (7oz) dried macaroni (egg free)

1 tbsp olive oil

1 medium onion, finely chopped

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About Men's Running

While the calendar may be full of organised races and events, not everyone’s running life is dictated by competition. Goals come in many different shapes and sizes and so does the impetus to achieve them. If this issue has a theme it’s that reasons to run go way beyond simply wanting to be involved in a sport. Take for example the five blokes who used their unwanted weight-gain as a spur to getting out and reclaiming their lives (p55). Not only did they turn their health around they also found out things about themselves they never would have without running. You can also find #runspiration from your environment, whether that be the mountainous trails of Austria (p60) or the streets outside your own front door (p34). Hitting the books (and tablets, phones and laptops) is also a good way to find running inspiration. So we’ve curated our own Men’s Running library of essential reading and watching (p42), meaning you can gen up on training tips and courageous stories, while also keeping tabs on the amazing feats being performed by the professionals. Speaking of which, with athletic titans such as Mo Farah and Scott Overall entering the twilight of their careers, we look at the next generation of UK runners (p66) who’ll be inspiring people to lace up their trainers and find themselves through running. All this plus our usual mix of races, kit, recipes and training tips.