Often I watch a lecture in my IIN study & afterwards, wish I could sit down everyone I know in front of it. Tonight was one of those moments, watching a passionate Mark Bittman sing about policies very close to my heart: He commenced a form of veganism 6 years ago. Before you non-vegans start … Continue reading How do you vegan?
Let me preface this post by saying Georgeats aka Georgia McDermott aka that chick who makes abso-f*cking-lutely everything she photographs & creates look amazing was my inspiration for this dish. I was up for a challenge & thought I could make her Rainbow Pie with buttery hazelnut crust. A few minor obstacles in the first … Continue reading Quiche with GF crust
for me, this is comfort food at its' best: pastry, cheese & enough veggies to ward off any potential guilt. 1. Roast pumpkin for half hour with a teaspoon of olive oil at about 200 degrees Celsius 2. Take one sheet of pastry out of the freezer onto baking paper. 3. Chop some silverbeet, put … Continue reading Pumpkin, silverbeet & feta parcel | V
If you haven't already tried a green smoothie, do it today! It's such an easy way of getting your raw greens intake for adults & kids alike. INGREDIENTS 1 banana (peel, cut into quarters then freeze in glad wrap/cling film or a snap lock bag) 1/4 cup coconut water 2 cups baby kale 1 cup … Continue reading Green smoothie
I seem to repeat this sentence a lot when ive created a meal: I threw this together with what ingredients I could find. The sweetness of the pumpkin, earthiness of beetroot & saltiness of haloumi work really well together. It’s not often I eat a savoury meal without green – the baby kale just adds … Continue reading pumpkin, beetroot, haloumi
When I first saw pictures of salad bowls full of colour, I knew it was something I would be trying. It sounds clichéd & I'm not going to pretend to be the first to say it but preparing a meal full of nature's colours - green, red, orange, yellow, purple, really does leave you feeling … Continue reading Rainbow bowls