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Sex up Meat-Free Mondays with 3 tempting veggie eats like kimchi burgers and tahini cups

With greater numbers deciding to swap out meat and fish for vegetables, the options for vegetarian food are better than ever, and so much more than the 'jacket potato and cheese' or 'lentil soup' default of old (ask anyone who went veggie in the 80s!)  Around 5-7% of the UK population classify themselves as vegetarian, according to data from YouGov, and with others considering reducing meat consumption for health and environmental reasons, it's clear more and more of us than ever are in need of ideas for how to introduce veggie dishes to our repertoire. Luckily, Luise Vindahl and David Frenkiel from Green Kitchen are on hand to provide some simple, yet delicious ideas filled with healthy whole grains, fruits and vegetables.

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