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SPRING CLEAN… the eco way!

As the days grow warmer, now is the perfect time to make your living space clear of clutter. These simple tips from Tiffany Francis will help you clean up without polluting the planet, as well as finding new homes for the things you no longer need

Tiffany Francis is an author and artist. Her first book, Food You Can Forage, was published in 2018 by Bloomsbury. She also writes and illustrates her own vegan zine called Rabbit Food. tiffanyfrancis.com

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Need inspiration and ideas for meals this spring? Our May issue has an Italian theme to bring sunshine to your plates! Learn how to veganise all your favourites including lasagne, carbonara, pizza and tiramisu, discover which of your favourite high-street chains do the best plant-based Italian food and find out which supermarket pizzas we rate. Also in this issue: • How to spring clean the eco way • Why seasonal eating is better for you AND the planet • Ethical activewear to shop now • Brand new recipes from BOSH! We also meet ethical fashion blogger Marta Canga, take a foodie tour of Brighton and discover why quinoa should be a part of your daily diet.