We millennials love our smashed avocado, so I’ve decided to add a little twist to it (literally!). Try this next time you fancy something fancier.
Nasu dengaku is a traditional Japanese dish and pretty easy and quick to make for a weeknight dinner! Serve with a side of steamed rice (I use pre-cooked rice) and edamame beans. If you’d like spice it up, don’t forget the traditional Japanese wasabi paste.
All my life I have cared about animals and the environment, from adopting rescue dogs to turning off the tap when I brush my teeth. Little changes can make a big impact, especially if more people are becoming aware of this. But when I started […]
YUMMM, since we’ve discovered the amazing jackfruit we have tried so many different recipes already. We love Upton’s Naturals Jackfruit, but you can also buy fresh or canned jackfruit at the Asian store and season it yourself. What is jackfruit, you ask? This amazing fruit is a […]
In addition to my 9 Must-See Docos and Upcoming Lifechanging Docos, I want to add some short video clips from YouTube that really can help you to understand what veganism and carnism is. These clips in particular helped me in making my daily decisions of […]