In Dutch we call this dish: bruine bonen met rijst but also BB met R and in English: brown beans with rice. Brown beans with rice is a typical Surinamese dish that I love so much. My mother had to make this for me all the time. In this recipe, it’s about the sauce that’s made with brown beans so if you’re a bean lover just like me then go try it out. It’s also very simple to make.
Tag: vegan blogger
This cake I’m going to make more often! It’s very healthy, sugar and gluten-free and vegan of course. I made this cake to use for food prepping to go to work and eat for a couple of days but this cake was sooooo delicious that it survived only two days. After my raw vegan challenge, I went straight to baking this cake and it was not only super delicious but also very easy and quick to make
I’m telling you fruit power here! Did you see my watermelon pizza on Instagram in the Summer? I actually only posted this on Instagram and not on my blog. I thought it would be good to post it on my blog as well. Lees verder “Raw vegan challenge Day 6 (watermelon pizza)”
It’s getting colder here in Holland but we can always go for summer rolls don’t you think? Especially when these summer rolls are made with mostly raw ingredients and a good homemade peanut sauce to dip your rolls in so this time I was inspired by the Vietnamese kitchen.
The 4th day already! I went fo a colorful poké bowl this time. I realize that I’m halfway of my raw vegan challenge, three days to go. This raw challenge is also good for my electricity bill I guess since I don’t cook that much. This dish is a mix of raw and cooked ingredients though. Remember what I mentioned on day 1. I wasn’t planning to go completely raw with all dishes.
There has to be a fruit bowl with this raw vegan food challenge but this time it’s green and if you follow me on Instagram you know that my fruit bowls are never green. The body absorbs plant-based iron and vitamin C much better together and there are a lot of ingredients with vitamin C and iron mixed together in this bowl. Read to know what ingredients I used and what I think of the bowl.