Porridge is super convenient, don’t you think? It takes seconds to prepare in the morning (or you can make it ahead the night before), tastes delicious and gives you long-term energy that we all need each day. I used to be a smoothie girl a while back, but during the summer months I actually switched to a more starch-based diet and I surely don’t regret it. First of all, I feel fuller longer. Second, I eat smaller portions, which is obviously healthier than stuffing your face with everything you’ve got on hand. And third, I don’t have to take huge amounts of food to school with me. I think I am not the only one who thinks that THIS is amazing ahaha.
Here I have for you my top 10 oatmeal/porridge recipes that you can obviously make with oats or millet, rice or any other flakes your heart desire. These are super easy and don’t cost you a hand and a leg. Enjoy! Continue reading →
Pancakes are the ultimate Sunday breakfast food and I think everyone – both meat eaters and vegans – can agree on this. And as satisfying and pleasant it is to indulge on original pancakes full of gluten and sugar and all that, it is even more satisfying when you know you can feast guilt free!
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 →
If anyone tells you that vegans are malnourished and unhealthy, then laugh at him and tell him that he made a terrible mistake. Veganism is the healthiest diet on the planet and only people who eat too little, who can be basically anyone from keen meat-eater to committed plant-eaters, are malnourished so I am talking here about anorexics, bulimics and generally people with eating disorders.