Plants are taking over! A carrot that looks like a sausage. I already saw it months ago on social and now I have experienced it myself. What do I think of it? Continue reading. Lees verder “Knakwortel / Dutch carrot dog review”
Remember my blog post of the plant-based food bar Mr. & Mrs. Watson. The place with so many different cheeses. If you didn’t read it you should take a look for sure. By the way, they just happened to won the ‘Peta Vegan Food Awards 2017!’
Making vegan cheese just started for me and I’m loving it!
I’m a cheese lover and I miss cheese a lot especially the sharper ones. The vegan versions of sharp cheeses are so difficult to get in a grocery store or natural shop so I’ll be definitely doing more recipes for vegan cheeses and this is #1. It was a success! Read how I made vegan brie. Lees verder “#1 Making vegan cheeses (how to make vegan brie)”
There is nothing more delightful than spending time on a conscious food fair with food that’s free of gluten, dairy, sugar, meat, fish or even soy and palm oil.
Here is where I need your help. I have these seaweed croutons from Mas Newen and I was thinking about making bacon seaweed with it.
What is an absolute blast for a person that lives a plant-based lifestyle and loves food? Eating somewhere and you don’t have to ask what ingredients are inside because everything is vegan! Saturday 27 August was all about Mr. & Mrs. Watson a plant-based food bar at the east side of Amsterdam, especially for yes…. Cheese lovers. Read in this blog post how I experienced it.
While I’m writing this recipe I get roti cravings! Roti is one of my favorite dishes of the Surinamese kitchen. Normally when we use potatoes to make the roti we use the general potato. On YouTube, I saw somebody making roti with sweet potato and I just had to try it. I did do it a little bit different though. The first time I made it I used spelt flour and the second time I used buckwheat flour which is great for people who don’t eat gluten. Both ways are super delicious. This recipe is the roti made with spelt flour.