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How to make Vegan Pasta

Let Demuths Cookery School show you how easy it is to make your own pasta…

Making homemade pasta is fun and a lot easier than most people think. Don’t be put off by the hardware of pasta machines, they are just like any other kitchen device that lets you create interesting and delicious food – and they aren’t always necessary as you can roll the pasta out with a rolling pin. Anyone can make pasta, and we hope you’ll give it a try.

Ravioli and tortellini fillings are a terrific opportunity to show off the season’s vegetables

Setting the scene

You don’t want to feel rushed, so plan a time that works for you. It could be a weekend morning or a rainy afternoon, whenever you will feel relaxed and ready to create, it also helps to have a pasta partner to make the pasta with you. You could plan an afternoon of pasta-making and an evening of pastaeating with a group of friends.

If you decide to invest in a pasta machine, the golden rule is never to wash it. It will rust and be ruined. To clean, simply brush off any flour or dried dough with a pastry brush. Store in a dry place in its box, and it will help you make pasta for life.

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Missing cheese since you went vegan? You no longer have to as the May issue of Vegan Food & Living is dedicated to getting you making cheese from the comfort of your own home. We've got recipes for everything from smoked hickory to herbed feta and Swiss cheese, and if you don't have time to make it yourself, we put cheese to the test to find the best varieties available to buy. Also this issue, we find out if you need to take supplements or if you can get everything you need from your diet, we find out how to live ethically on a budget, 10 ways to make yourself happy today and how to attract more men to the vegan movement.