According to a recent survey, nearly a quarter of Brits have swapped traditional dairy milk for rice, oat, almond and other plant-based alternatives - up 19% from last year.
Tiger nut is the latest one to claim to be better for gut health providing higher fibre, stabilising blood sugar and keeping us fuller for longer.
So are these modern day milks better for us - or just an overpriced fad? Medicinal chef Dale Pinnock explains the pros and cons.
Today Davina's working a double shift - we’re dining in with our presenter as she rustles up her pork and bean chilli, a perfect Friday night feast.
Star of Emmy nominated Netflix’s Chef’s Table, Asma Khan is one of the UK's most prominent female chefs. With A-list fans such as David Schwimmer, Keira Knightly and David Tennant singing her praises she has become an unstoppable force in the food industry.
Asma joins us in the kitchen to whip up one of her favourite traditional Indian dishes, kofta meatball pulao with beetroot raita.
We’ve sent our own resident Masterchef John Torode on a culinary journey around the UK. Last week he cooked up sumptuous summer lamb in the Welsh valleys and today he’s back on his bike - heading south to East Anglia to whip up a special seafood platter.
Healthy meals don’t have to be boring. Rachel Ama is in the kitchen with an exciting one-pot dish that’ll leave you stuffed without feeling guilty - sweet potato stew with red cabbage slaw.
It got your number one vote! Following the success of last week’s pudding poll, Phil’s in the kitchen celebrating that British classic, apple crumble.
Paul Ainsworth is joining us from the Cornish coast to make the perfect Friday night fish supper for Richard and Judy.
From refreshing Gospel Green to whisky mixes, British cider has never been so versatile and exciting. And as the weather takes a turn for the worse, they might just be the perfect pick me up amidst winds and heavy rain.
Ciderologist Gabe Cook gives us his pick of the best ciders - from a champagne style with zingy taste, to honey flavoured tipples from East Lothian, you'll be spoilt for choice. And best of all, they're all under £15!
Henney's Dry Cider, £1.90 - Sainsbury's
Gospel Green, £12.99 - Selected wine stores
Cornish Orchards Blush, £2.25 - Waitrose
Pilton Solstice, £7.99 per bottle - Selected wine stores
Sandford Orchards St Louis Dry Hopped, four cans for £5, Morrisons
Thistly Whisky Cider, £1.75 - Sainsbury’s
Aspall's Premier Cru, £2 - Tesco