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YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE VEGETARIAN TO EAT MORE VEGGIES

Cucumber and Mint Flavoured Water

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Summer is almost here and we need to keep on top of our wellbeing. Very crucial part of it is to stay hydrated. My problem is that I do not really like just plain water. Juices and soft drinks contain huge amount of sugar so it’s best to avoid them. But ...

Vegan Napa Cabbage Kimchi

Friday, May 12, 2017

Kimchi is a traditional Korean side dish made out of salted and fermented vegetables, mainly the Napa cabbage, carrots and daikon. It has got a very strong garlicky smell and for that reason some people (especially in western world) don’t like it. I personally love it so much that I had to learn ...

Brie Pear and Walnut Bites

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Brie, pear and walnut is a very classical combination. A drizzle of honey makes it even better! But when you put all that on a slice of freshly baked French baguette – it’s heavenly delicious! Pour yourself a glass of white and enjoy these Brie Pear and Walnut Bites!  Prep time:Makes approx.: 15 minutes20 ...

Simple Pickled Radish

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Growing up I saw my grandma pickling a lot of stuff – gherkins, mushrooms, tomatoes. onions, garlic. So I had quite a good idea on how to make the standard pickling liquid or for instance, importance of sterilising the jars. I never, however, saw her making pickled radish. Thus using my knowledge and ...

Avocado Strawberry and Balsamic Vinegar Toast

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

What do you put on your toast? Cheese – everyone does it. Avocado – we’ve seen it all over the Instagram, Marmite – classy but still predictable. How about Avocado Strawberry and Balsamic Vinegar Toast? Sounds like an odd combination but it works so well that I can’t have enough of it. Fresh, fruity and ...

Asian Style Rainbow Chard Wraps

Saturday, May 6, 2017

I will be totally honest with you right now, I never liked raw carrots or cabbage in my salads. To me these vegetables are too tough when uncooked. However, I changed my opinion recently when I tried these Asian Style Rainbow Chard Wraps. In this recipe it just works. And the best ...

Artichoke and Spinach Crostini

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Artichokes are one of those scary “I-don’t-know-where-to-start” vegetables. I must confess, I never cooked an artichoke from scratch. Maybe one day when I will be brave enough with tones of free time, I will. But for now the tined artichokes will do. One of my favourite and, in fact, quickest dishes with artichokes ...

APRIL – 04/2017

Friday, April 28, 2017

HEY GUYS! At the end of each month I will share with you my top 7 highlights. These are not ads nor sponsored posts just products, services and ideas I found worth sharing with you! HERE IS MY TOP 7 HIGHLIGHTS - APRIL - 04/2017. MILDRED RESTAURANT This is simply a must visit restaurant in London. With ...

Simple Homemade Creamy Cashew Milk

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

I love Almond milk but sometimes you are looking for something a bit creamier. Here comes Simple Homemade Creamy Cashew Milk. The texture of this plant based milk is thicker and creamier then almond or soy milk. It is perfect with coffee or in your morning granola Store it in a fridge in a ...

Dutch Baby with Lemon Curd

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Dutch baby is one big pancake baked in the oven, served in a pan and actually not Dutch at all. In fact, it is German and a very popular dish in America. I love it’s unusual for a pancake texture – almost custardy soft centre and puffy crispy edges. There are many ...

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MARCH – 03/2017

Friday, March 31, 2017

HEY GUYS! Every last Firday of the month I will share with you my top 7 ...

Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Since I was a child we always dyed our Easter eggs with natural household ingredients. ...

Simple Pickled Radish

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Growing up I saw my grandma pickling a lot of stuff – gherkins, mushrooms, tomatoes. ...