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what’s the alternative? : Gelatine

These very vegan alternatives to gelatine will become the perfect substitutes for your binding, thickening and structural culinary needs, says Charlotte Williand structural culinary needs, says Charlotte Willis

T hickening a blancmange, creating a vegan jelly, perfecting the ultimate aerated chocolate mousse cake or making a light and fluff y cheesecake for an event? Gelatine is traditionally called upon in such instances. However, regular and commonly bought gelatine is, rather nauseatingly, made from the bones of animals. Unable to be sold to customers, these bones are a by-product of the meat and dairy industries, and are often traded to food manufacturers, who create gels and powders for use in food products. Luckily for us, there are many plant-based gelatine alternatives these days, no bones required.


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Our June issue is all about food that makes you feel great – from colourful salads to soul bowls and curries! We also explore the new fitness trends, including how fitness festivals are the next big thing, and discover how plants can heal common ailments such as colds, skin problems and PMT. If you're concerned about insect decline, we show you how to turn your garden into an oasis for wildlife in time for summer. We also meet 12-year old activist Genesis Butler, review the best places to eat Spanish food on the high street and share our tips for surviving the transition to plant-based. As always, the issue is packed with lifestyle ideas and shopping pages, including vegan workwear and body scrubs to get skin glowing for summer.

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