Tag Archives | autumn food

warming winter dahl

Lemony Lentil Dahl

I don’t know about you, but almost a week after the American Presidential election and even though at present it does not directly affect me on a personal level, I still feel a little flat.

It didn’t feel right sharing pictures of food on social media amidst so much tumult and as much as I normally try to limit my …

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posted in Dairy free, Recipes, Soup, Vegan, Vegetarian
straightforward nutrition

Lemony Chia Pudding with Stewed Plums

Many months ago I posted a chia pudding recipe here and there’s also many, many varieties floating around the internet. Why? One reason may be because it’s a bit trendy. Just like quinoa was a few years ago. And perhaps the other reason is that it is one of these really “handy & portable” foods.

To be honest I don’t …

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posted in breakfast, Dairy free, Recipes, snack, Sugar free, Vegan 4
warming cashew milk

Spicy & Warming Cashew Milk

This hot drink is surprisingly easy to make, so don’t be put off just by looking at the (long) ingredients list! Admittedly that used to be one of the things that was a deciding factor for me in the past when trying out new recipes, but slowly but surely I’ve extended my both my skills and my spice selection, through …

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posted in Drinks, healing, Recipes, Super Food 2
cavolo nero

Cavolo Nero Salad with a Mexican Twist


This weekend I finally feel like I’ve hit those Autumn vibes in my kitchen. After a massive haul of fresh groceries, since my fridge was literally empty on fresh food and 2 hours of cleaning out my pantries I think I feel ready to move into the last quarter of this year. And to get cosy with woolly jumpers, fires …

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posted in healhty living, Healthy Foods, Recipes, Salad, Vegan 0
Straightforward Nutrition

Red Cabbage Salad with Coconut & Blueberries

I’ve been wanting to share this recipe for the longest time ever! And I’ve also wanted to share a red cabbage recipe here forever… The funny thing is when you do food blogging though is that there’s so much timing involved. At least if you are trying to keep things somewhat seasonal. This means that sometimes I don’t  get to …

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posted in Healthy Foods, Raw food, Recipes, Salad, Vegan, Vegetarian 2