When dealing with pomegranate, you have got to get yourself mentally prepared. The pomegranate seeds are stuck deep inside the fruit and it requires quite a bit of patience to extract them. Never mind if it feels like eternity, it is so delicious that I don’t mind will be digging out the gold. Best of all, I use that time to meditate and be in the present.
I’ve been dreaming about creating these really cool toasts for a while now, not only to seduce my other half (it’s already done, we’re getting married, yeahhhh!) but to make our meals at home an amazing experience. Since buying my mini cookie cutter, styling food has been so much easier. Because let’s be honest, those little beetroot and avocado hearts make all the difference!
Finally got my first bottle of green spirulina just in time for the beginning of the cold season. Since I'm drastically cutting back on meat, I just try to make sure I have all the nutrient inputs I need. Spirulina is a super food as you might know, providing you with tons of super important nutrients such as protein, vitamin B1, B2 & B3, copper, iron and the list goes on and on...
I’ve tried it with raspberries and blueberries so I felt I needed to close the loop of vegan cheesecake testing with this recipe. For the occasion, I also changed the format and opted for mini cheesecakes. Then I realized that it would be super difficult to remove them from the pan….
If you don’t know where to start with vegan cuisine, just pick this recipe. You’ll wonder why you didn’t embark on this journey without meat and dairies sooner. What I love about this recipe is the mix of textures: the caramelized chickpeas, the smooth flatbreads and the crispy cauliflowers. A pure delight.
I’ve been wanting to get off the beaten track, looking for a salad that was nothing like those I had tested before. And I found this gem...I usually have a very light dinner and coupled with a few toasts, this salad is the perfect option for a fresh & light meal.
If you’ve been following this blog for a while, then you know my love for all things related to Italy – including pasta of course. This recipe is one of my favorite all veggie pasta dishes and adding some mint was quite surprising (in a positive way, of course!). I think that what I appreciate even more is that it’s super easy and 100% foolproof.
There is nothing best than starting the day with a royal breakfast consisting of jasmine green tea AND homemade matcha muffins. Plus how fun is that green colour? After many experiments, I came to the conclusion that matcha develops its full potential when adding white chocolate!