Yesterday I went to Veggie Festival in Amsterdam, a 100% plant-based food festival. The interesting part if you ask me was the vegan steak tasting from the brand Vivera.
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.
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.
Traveling. My greatest passion! Men if I could work everywhere I wanted I would be somewhere else right now. Somewhere where it’s at least 25 degrees Celsius but when it comes to my dear Holland and especially in the cities. I love the way I always can find my plant-based food. Some places outside Holland I must say… Finding plant-based food was sort of a challenge and in this post I’ll let you know which places I’ve experienced as a NO-GO when it comes to plant-based food. Lees verder “Top 5 International places NO-GO plant-based food “
Vegan Fashion part 2
Hi everyone my second Vegan Lookbook is out! This one is still from the summer and while I’m making this blogpost it’s almost October so to be realistic I don’t think we will wear this outfit anymore in Holland but the ones that will visit the warm places this period… You will be able to slay this one! Lets get started.
DIY TROPICAL HAIR CREAM
Hi everyone, another video with English subtitles.
Because of the 500 followers on Instagram I decided to do a give-away a while ago and two followers won a DIY tropical hair cream. So why tropical? Well… The cream was made with tropical oils from Surinam such as Awara, Tonka, Maripa and Krappa oil.