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VEGAN on a shoestring

Does a £1 vegan meal for one sound too good to be true? Miguel Barclay, champion of inexpensive healthier meals, has done the maths to prove you can cook delicious, plant-based dishes without obscure, pricey ingredients

Artichoke paella

Artichoke paella

‘You can pick up jars of artichoke hearts in the supermarket. I always think they feel a bit special and exotic – so they make the perfect star ingredient in this stunning vegan paella.’

PREP 10 MIN COOK 25 MIN SERVES 1 GLUTEN FREE DAIRY FREE VEGAN

2tsp olive oil

½ onion, diced

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