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I have to admit, I may work at a food publishing company but when it comes to baking, all of my culinary prowess goes flying out the window! My baked goods may be edible (most of the time), but they certainly won’t win any prizes for their appearance. If you’re slightly more skilled with a whisk and getting cakes to rise than me, feast your eyes on the tempting array of baked goods in this issue (p12). Whether you’re hosting a vegan afternoon tea with macarons (p17) and Swiss rolls (p19), or just fancy a slice of buttery brioche (p22) with a cup of tea, you’re in luck as we have plenty of sweet and savoury bakes for you to try.

Also in this issue, we’re exploring a topic that is somewhat contentious on page 106: why is there a gender gap when it comes to veganism? Whilst many of the recognisable names from the vegan community are male, the vegan population is predominantly female thanks to outdated stereotypes surrounding vegans and masculinity. There’s no denying that a shift is happening now however, and manliness is slowly but surely being redefined as more people are realising there’s nothing manly about killing animals. If you know any men who need a push in the right direction, sit them down in front of the new revolutionary vegan documentary The Game Changers (with plenty of tasty vegan snacks of course!) to empower them to choose compassion.

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Would you love to be a better vegan baker? Look no further as the August issue of Vegan Food & Living is here to help. It's packed with ideas for the perfect vegan afternoon tea from one brioche that can be made into both sweet and savoury treats to macarons, mini Swiss rolls, mini sandwiches and more. Also this issue we show you how to make your own cheese, get creative with tofu and try out raw recipes. Plus we have a selection of homemade ice creams that will mean you'll never go back to readymade once you've tried them. If that's not enough, we also share top tips for reducing your food waste, reveal how to give your diet a skin-friendly mot and check out slow living for busy people.

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Enjoy the great outdoors and fabulous vegan food as well
Fill your free days with good company and indulgent, great-tasting meals
Chill out when the heat is on with six smooth ice cream recipes that are bursting with lavour too
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Slow, simple living has many positive effects – Kat y Beskow finds ways to live more purposefully, no matter how busy you are
Charlotte Willis explores why gender is a factor in veganism and how to stop the stereotyping
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The vegan street food scene is opening up our taste buds to a world of possibilities – and now you can cook the dishes at home