Do you like potato pancakes but are also trying to add more vegetables to your diet that are NOT potatoes? This is a good option! You can make the batter ahead and store in the fridge, then fry them up when you are ready for them! Ingredients:1 cauliflower1 onion2-3 jalapenos (or bell pepper if preferred)garlic, … Continue reading Cauliflower and Chickpea Pancakes
So, ever since my wife had soup dumplings out at a restaurant, I've been wanting to try to make some! I've seen a few recipes posted online but not many. I didn't have arrowroot on hand, which is what they used, so I went my own way on this.I decided to base this recipe off … Continue reading VEGAN MISO SOUP DUMPLINGS!!!
So, a few times in the past year, my wife and I have received tiny watermelons in our produce box, but have failed to use them before they went bad. This time when it arrived, we decided we HAD to make something from it! I suggested that we make a drink, and she declared "Watermelon … Continue reading Watermelon Steven Mojitos!
1 Onion, chopped1 Jalapeno, dicedGarlic or Garlic Powder, to tasteCayenne to taste, optional2-3 Sweet Potatoes (depending on size), cut to preference (I leave them larger)Frozen Kale, how much you use depends on how much you like greens :)1 Can of Coconut MilkPeanut Butter, a huge spoonful (and use a big spoon), or to tasteSalt and … Continue reading Peanut Butter Sweet Potato Stew
So, recently I created my own Sourdough Starter. I've been consistently using one recipe from King Arthur Flour's site, and it's been serving me pretty well. The nice thing is, the recipe creates enough dough for me to make one regular sized loaf, and one smaller experimental loaf. This time, I thew in a handfull … Continue reading Cheesy Sourdough Bread
Surprisingly, it is not difficult at all to be vegan in Iceland. Especially if you are staying at an AirBnB so that you have a kitchen, which I do recommend, as going out to eat is VERY expensive. We did most of our shopping at the Bonus stores (be aware that grocery store hours are … Continue reading Vegan Iceland
Eating vegan in Morocco is actually not very difficult for the most part. Moroccans don't tend to use much cheese or dairy in lunches or dinners, and they tend to cook things in olive oil, since they grow SO MANY OLIVES. Seriously, fresh olives and bread come with almost every meal. Bread also sometimes comes … Continue reading Vegan in Morocco