No-bake quick delicious dessert.
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We used to love chocolate milk. The taste, the sweetness, the flavor of cocoa. Not the unhealthy ingredients of it or the animal-cruelty caused by the milk production for sure. So here is an amazing hemp-based alternative. It is healthier and even more delicious. There are so many more good non-dairy vegan substitutes for milk we will share with you this year! WHere do we find our raw ingredients? Some health food stores sell them, but we prefer buying them online. It’s usually cheaper and saves time looking for them at a store. Dates Order dates online here. Raw Cacao … Continue reading
The Green Market is an all vegan event we love to go to meet amazing people and eat some great food.
Better than pickles.
Pickled carrots for carrot lovers.
Sauerkraut with the asian twist.
I can't live without sauerkraut. It adds the flavour and textures that lacks in our raw food diet otherwise.
Awesome simple recipe.
How I soak and sprout buckwheat, lentils and mung beans.
Now we know!
In the morning, I have no self-control, I need a plan. If I don't feel like eating fruit, which is usually my go to breakfast, I'll make a smoothie. It's a plan, right? Let's try it for a week straight.These fruit smoothies taste much better than coffee and will do a better job waking you up and keeping you energised till the next meal.
Traveling raw vegan is scary? Impossible? Too stressful? I don't think so! Traveling raw vegan for 3 years, we have some tips and tricks you should know if the thought of traveling raw stresses you out.
Fruity yogurt fruit.
The good and the bad.
3 restaurants in 5 hours.
All this raw food.
The good and the ugly.
Tabbouleh is a staple in our kitchen and one of my fav salads. Unfortunately, my husband doesn't like cauliflower. Here is something we both more than enjoy.
Starving, disgusting durians, comfort food.
I love spice mixes, they make my life easier and my salads tastier and prettier.
I have quite a few favorite recipes, this one is the latest addition to the list. I love everything about these noodles, their color, last, texture. The sauce is to die for. Creamy, cheezy, salty. You will not believe how easy and simple the recipe is.
Inspired by the amazing raw vegan falafel salads I had in NYC and Los Angeles, I made my own version of falafel keeping it as low in fat as possible and salt-free.
SImple amazing kimchi soup.
We biked to our nearest Whole Foods today to get a little workout and to pick up some ingredients for our breakfast. We have lots of ripe bananas at home and we want to use them up. A muesli is a perfect way to eat lots of bananas we believe. It’s a beautiful large market with lots of organic produce. We decided to buy some strawberries, cashews, and mulberries. It really doesn’t matter what kind of berries you use. Everything tastes great in this muesli. The same with the nuts, we added a little almond butter, cashews, pistachios, but you … Continue reading
Hands down the best celery dish.