As per usual around exam time, I didn’t manage to write another blog post since last Vegan Wednesday due to stressful studying – sorry! But this week there will definitely be another post!
Well, it’s not that studying in itself is the stressful part! If I didn’t have to waste so much time struggling with my inner self, it wouldn’t be nearly as bad.
…Anyway, continuing 🙂
There’s some news about Vegan Wednesday: 1st the organizers are looking for new pinners and 2nd the rules were ‘loosened up’ a little. The participants are now allowed to show highlights from their last weekdays (excepting Saturday/Sunday), rather than only what they ate on Wednesday. Further information you’ll find here (in German).
The change of rules are just right for me! Reason being; on Monday we ate something real nice that I want to show you:
Gyros out of soy meat with tzatziki, baked potatoes and couscous salad. That was so delicious and amazing!: After marinating the soy-meat, it acquires this kind of delicious meat-like skin… who, in all honesty, still needs to eat animals when you have alternatives such as these?
I forgot to take a picture of my breakfast, but the rest of the meals I had today I can show you, on Vegan Wednesday – despite the rule changes. (For breakfast I had muesli – see Vegan Wednesday #5)
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Yay, another blog event 🙂 Cookies & Style wishes for an autumn recipe in order to celebrate 100.000 clicks! Congratulations, Cookies 🙂
Here’s the blog event.
However, this time I won’t bake, but cook! When considering the topic “autumn”, a recipe suddenly came to mind that I’d cooked last autumn during my stay in Japan: Pumpkin-Carrot-Chestnut-Curry.
Even though the dish isn’t typically Japanese because of the many spices, I felt like breaking out my Japanese plates to reminisce about old memories… And that I did! Do you know that feeling when Read the rest of this entry
My second Vegan Wednesday! Have you seen the board of the last one? If not, then click here!
Well, what delicious vegan food did I eat today? 😉
Chia-Pudding with macadamia milk, cinnamon, vanilla and blueberries.
I tried this recipe à la Veganista(German cookbook) + chia Seeds for the first time today.
I don’t know if my self-made macadamia milk was too watery, but somehow the pudding ended up being kind of slimy. Next time I will try it with bought plant-based milk, just to see if the consistency will become creamier. But my boyfriend and I liked it plenty, anyway 🙂
Besides, chia seeds are super healthy! They contain more than 20 percent protein, omega-3-fatty-acids, antioxidants, calcium, a lot of fiber and many vitamins (E, A, B1, B2, B3, B8).
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