I have to say, I was panicking so much today because I had NOTHING IN THE FRIDGE! Well, I exaggerated a little because I did have things in the fridge, a mixture of all the leftovers from the week that’s difficult to make a recipe out of, or so I thought. Continue reading
This is the first time I’ve ever tried tempeh, and I must say, I was silly to just bite into the raw thing because it was quite not that great tasting, if you know what I mean. I think it’s probably because the tempeh is fermented, so it has that strange taste. I quickly came up a marinade to soak it in, then I cooked it a little, and I’ve come to discover that tempeh is absolutely delicious. This shows that sometimes, it’s all about how you prepare the food. You can have food that tastes horrible if you don’t know how to prepare it, but taste like a piece of heaven when you do. Continue reading
I really love raw zucchini. It is probably my favourite thing raw, and it’s funny but I used to think they’d taste horrible. Not because I tried it, but because I just THOUGHT. Well, Mimi Kirk’s website completely changed my views on it. It was the first time I ever learned to make zucchini pasta. From there, I became more creative with using zucchini “noodles”. Continue reading
Wow, my first time ever making homemade breading! I actually wanted to do it from scratch because I never really trust those store-bought ones. Since I also had a big lump of bread I bought from Trader Joe’s, this was the perfect opportunity to make it.
This is one of those dishes that I always k new I would like, but never really thought about cooking it until I tasted one of the GREATEST vegan cafes I have ever gone to, and that is Dr.J’s Vibrant Cafe in Downtown, LA!
Their bowls totally blew me away and one of them had celery, carrots, cilantro and a bunch of other amazing flavours. I had to recreate something similar, just to fulfill my taste buds, since I miss that cafe like crazy but sadly I don’t even live in that area, so I can’t really go there as I want.
This is one of those few dishes where I really love the taste of celery, as that’s something I tend not to eat a lot. Continue reading