This recipe is dedicated to the people of Israel who have embraced veganism, and to my good friend Gary Yourofsky, who is touring Israel for a second time this month, and who has helped to enlighten so many people in Israel to the benefits of veganism.
This recipe is a daily staple in Israel, very often eaten for breakfast, or as a light lunch. Its origins are thought to have been rooted in Africa – some say Tunisia, others Morocco – but, in any case, the Israelis love a good debate about recipes, and they certainly love their food, as do I. This is my vegan version – in fact, the first vegan shakshuka in the world, which is already a firm favourite in our household.
You can find this recipe in the November/December issue of our digital magazine ‘VEGAN FOR LIFE’. http://www.veganforlifemagazine.com
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