Jun 19, 2016

One week vegan menu nr.5 + grocery shopping list (Summer edition!)

A lovely blog reader of mine mentioned that my free vegan menus have been really helpful. Actually, her comment really made my day, so I'm just gonna post it here:

"Such a fan. I've done week 1 and week 2, you've made it so easy to make lots of delicious quick meals! I love fall food, I'll eat it all year, but I hope you'll do a spring/summer seasonal week too sometime. I really feel spoiled by these, you've done all the hard work now I get to do the fun easy part thank you!! Whenever I hear someone say I could never go vegan it's not convenient or I don't know what to make, they are getting this link. Boom."


Jun 16, 2016

Watch how I cook vegetable and dumpling soup

This is the last video of the series we filmed this Spring. Vegetable and dumpling soup - a huge favorite of mine and I know you guys love it too. Super simple to make and hits the spot every time. It will fill you up and make you feel good. Enjoy!

Jun 7, 2016

Watch how I make carrot and peanut butter brownies

I believe that some of my readers are already familiar with these luscious carrot and peanut butter brownies. Now I'm happy to announce that we've also made a video for this recipe. Enjoy!

May 31, 2016

Creamy rice noodle salad with pan-fried mushrooms


Things have gone so far, that I've made this salad almost every day for the past month. I'm not kidding. Another day passes and I find myself chopping the cabbage and boiling the rice noodles. I just love how universal this salad is. Sometimes I add chickpeas or some curry powder or a dash of Tabasco or nutritional yeast or cucumbers. It's fabulous every time! This is the base recipe that you can modify to your own needs. But even the original is so good. Creamy, super juicy, crunchy and filling.

May 21, 2016

Moussaka lasagne with wild garlic pesto


How to be sure your child will end up being a food blogger in the future? When she's under 10 and asks her aunt about how to prepare wild garlic. My aunt lives in the north of Estonia and wild garlic has always been more common there. As a South Estonian kid, it always seemed so exotic for me.

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