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3 delicious vegetarian recipes that will bring a taste of the Middle East in to your home

It's such a treat when you find a great Middle Eastern restaurant that serves delicious and authentic food that you'll likely never want to part ways with this lucky find. But there's a new cookbook that will help you make delicious Middle Eastern food in your own home. The Levantine Vegetarian: Recipes from the Middle East by Salma Hage is here to show us how to cook up some vibrant vegetarian recipes that will capture the essence of the region.

The book features 140 easy-to-make, tasty and uplifting plant-based recipes, including classics such as falafels, hummus and tabbouleh, along with more unique dishes from the region that you may not have come across before. We've picked our three favourite recipes from the release, all of which revolve around the iconic Middle Eastern ingredient: za'atar. From herby falafel to cheesy za'atar swirls, you won't want to miss them.

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9 bright lip shades that could help boost your mood on 'meh' weather days

The concept of colour psychology is nothing new, and lipstick is just one fun way to explore it. Is a pink gloss or red lip liner going to magically solve all your problems and single-handedly rescue your mental health? Probably not. But it might leave you feeling a bit better than before you applied it – and every little really does help (especially the week after a long weekend).

Whether you're stressed about something big or you just need a little something to help you survive the coming April showers, we spoke to the experts to find the psychology behind pick-me-up lipsticks, along with which colours could help boost our moods and the best to shop now.

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