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The slow way is the best way

Too busy to cook? A slow cooker is the answer! Try these recipes from new book Superfood Slow Cooker and enjoy fantastic meals with minimum effort

RECIPES NICOLA GRAIMES AND CATHY SEWARD PHOTOGRAPHS PETER CASSIDY EDITED BY DANIELLE WOODWARD

N urturing, restorative and nutritious, there’s something really quite special about a slow-cooked meal, as the authors of Superfood Slow Cooker (Ryland Peters & Small, £14.99), Nicola Graimes and Cathy Seward, explain. ‘It’s an antidote to hectic, modern life and the preoccupation with fast food. The beauty of slow cooking is partly its simplicity, and the recipes inside our book use readily available, nutritious and fresh ingredients.

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