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Wicked Leeks: Coronavirus Special

In this coronavirus special, Wicked Leeks explores the unprecedented impact of the virus across food delivery, cooking habits and farming.

Read about the restaurant closures leaving suppliers in crisis, new flexible eating habits and why Brits are being urged to pick veg, plus expert opinions around what's next, exclusive interviews and seasonal recipes for lockdown and beyond. 

Plus: an exclusive interview with youth activist Mya-Rose Craig, the youngest recipient of an honorary degree, columns from Lucy Siegle and Guy Singh-Watson, cartoons by Ellis and a colourful lifestyle section celebrating the very best of spring and summer veg. .

Read the full issue for free on Issuu here or click on the cover below. 




Wicked Leeks issue 5 is out now

Featuring a cover interview with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, and articles ranging from the power of positive thinking, green jobs for the future and how to reset the joy of food in 2021.

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Building Britain's 'Land Army'

What do British workers really think of farm work? And will European labour always be needed to help pick our produce? Wicked Leeks finds out.

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Veg Hacks

Bake a celeriac or turn kale into pesto: Veg Hacks unlock the mystery of vegetables.


Getting into a pickle

Fermenting and pickling are the perfect ways to preserve the last of this year's harvest - read our chef's tips for fermented green tomatoes, chutneys and more.

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