Here are some delicious recipes for you to try.

Miso Soup

Miso can be enjoyed the year-round, there are many types of miso and most vegetables can be used, along with tofu, mochi or fu offering huge variety, you will never get bored with miso soup! Miso is fermented for 3 months to 3 years, producing an enzyme rich nutritional food, hugely beneficial for our digestive health and immune system. Miso Soup is quick and easy to prepare, often ready to serve in just 8 minutes.
Serves 4

Zeni Fu & Pumpkin

Fu is a highly digestible protein made from dried wheat gluten and made by the same initial process as seitan, zeni being an ancient Japanese Coin. This is a winter warming dish, quick and easy to prepare, and delicious too!
Serves 4

Golden Beluga Lentil Bake

A wonderfully satisfying autumnal/winter dish. Delicious served with roasted hokkaido pumpkin.
Serves 2-3

Split Pea Soup

A wholesome and warming creamy split pea soup with chunky vegetables
Serves 4

Oriental Seitan

A mouth-watering dish that can be made in no time. Great for entertaining your 'meat' eating friends, they won't know the difference! You can add the Seitan to udon noodles and stir-fried crispy vegetables or try it in casseroles and hot-pots or simply have with brown rice and vegetables.
Serves 4

Stir Fried Rice

Look what you can do with left-over rice.. this recipe is quick, easy and perfect for a mid-week meal.
Serves 4

Pressure Cooked Brown Rice

If you haven't tried pressure cooked brown rice then now is the time to begin! You will never look back! The rice is softer, sweeter and easier to digest... give it a go!
Serves 2-3

Sweet Millet with Pumpkin

A nourishing and warming dish. Sweet Millet can be delicious cooked with pumpkin or enjoyed as a simple porridge.
Serves 2

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