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Digital Subscriptions > Vegan Food & Living Magazine > Vegan barbecue special - Jul 2019 > In season peas

In season peas

Bursting with flavour, these simple vegetables make perfect summer fare

Green pea hummus dip

This quick-make hummus is perfect served as part of an al fresco weekend lunch, polished off with toasted pitta or tasty crudites

By Yes Peas! (peas.org)

Serves 6 | Prep 5 mins | Cook 5 mins | Calories 111 (per serving)

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Planning a vegan bbq or picnic? Don't just rely on the basics you can pick up from the supermarket, whip up a true feast to impress with the help of the July issue of Vegan Food & Living. With ideas for everything from aubergine and tofu kebabs to cauli-rice maki rolls, leek, mushroom and 'blue cheese' quiche, and creamy potato salad, your friends won't believe their tastebuds. Also this issue, we show you how to create your own tempeh using just 3 ingredients, create some epic vegan street food and share everyday superfoods that can help balance hormones. If that's not enough, we explore if our avocado obsession is destroying the planet, reveal how a vegan diet can help reverse type 2 diabetes and take a look at why palm oil is so controversial.