Long overdue but it is finally here! The recipe for my carrot and millet patties.
I came up with this recipe on my way home I guess when I wanted some kind of a patty for dinner. It was inspired by my friend’s mom who made millet patties for dinner when I visited them. So sweet of her to make me a vegan dinner, thank you so so much! Continue reading →
Here it is. The best vegan chili sin carne. And I am about to share the recipe with you.
Maybe you know it already or maybe not but when it comes to cooking I don’t measure anything by spoons etc I just eye-ball it. Hence it’s hard for me to tell you the exact measurements in this recipe, but I’ll try my best! So please feel free to add less spices at the beginning and then build them up to your liking. This way you are making sure you don’t add too much. It’ always easier to add more than to take away, right? Continue reading →
As well all know potatoes are any starch based vegan best friend. So delicious, healthy, nutritious, filling… What more could you ask for? Oh, super easy to make too. All potatoes are amazing, sweet or normal, all kinds. However, I have only tried normal potatoes and normal sweet potatoes (orange on the inside) but I am sure I would love other kinds too! I love baked potatoes the most. Even if the particular variety you are using does not taste the best, you can turn it into a super tasty meal just by baking them. But I also love love love boiled and steamed potatoes. Yet, the variety has to be good on its own otherwise I would not like them at all. Continue reading →
Hey guys! Today I wanted to share with you my vegan lunch ideas that you can take to school, uni or work, basically wherever you want to take a packed lunch with you. I am using here Sistema’s container that I have been using for a while now and I can honestly recommend them. This is not a sponsored post, I just genuinely like these containers and I find them perfect for my lunches :)
#1 Hummus, avocado and veggies sandwich with side of fruit and veggies
OK. So on the same day that I posted the previous post so day 4 of my trip my computer crashed. I don’t know what happened but as soon as I logged in as any user the desktop started to blink like crazy – it went from normal to black on and on. The only thing I was able to do was to click ctrl-alt-del. The screen stopped blinking then but when I clicked on the windows task manager it came back to my usual desktop but the task manager would not open. It opened only once the first time I opened me laptop and it showed that my processor is used up to 99%! I was freaking out so I called my dad, who was at my uncle’s house because they both have worked in the computer industry their whole lives and they did not know how to help me. I was even unable to open Continue reading →
Today we wanted to see the old town and the market square a bit more as we did not do that yesterday because of the roasting heat. After eating oats for breakfast we headed off to the old town. We heard that there was a monument commemorating livestock and animal slaughter. But before we found it we stepped into a beautiful church. As I mentioned in my previous post I have a thing for churches, especially old like the Romanesque ones. And churches in Wrocław are out of this world. Most of them were built using bricks outside and inside but their walls inside are painted white. In windows, beautiful stained glass is interposed. The church feels in no way heavy or overwhelming, rather it feels light and as if I was closer to God. It is such a beautiful feeling that I just do not want to exit the church at any time. Continue reading →
Today’s morning started with a shower and two delicious bowls of oatmeal. Just a little update – I am loving starch-based diet recently and I am really seeing these additional kilograms that I have gained eating mostly fruit coming off! I can do an update on my diet after a month or more :)
After breakfast we headed off to see the Centennial Hall in Wrocław that was built in 1913 as a venue for organising exhibitions, sports events etc and as a place for democracy to thrive. It survived the World War II, during which it was a place of Hitler’s informative gatherings and speeches. After the War it was changed into a place of soviet propaganda. Soviets also build a 106m high spike to celebrate the Exhibition of Recovered Territories. Right now the spike is in renovation so we did not see it in its full glory, Continue reading →