Awesome [and simple] cream of bean soup {vegan}

Sometimes, I refrain from publishing recipes that are just some ingredientes thrown to a pot and blended together. I feel that everyone is capable of cooking such simple meals and, for me, these feel more like non-recipes than something worth sharing. However, It should be said that there is great food content out there based on blender recipes or even smoothies and I always love when my favorite bloggers post amazing stews, soups, or other recipes with such simple ingredients but with such lovely flavours! What I mean, in my case, is basic ingredients and flavours, basic technique, nothing outstanding […]

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My experience changing to a whole foods & plant based diet

Hi everyone! Following the sequence of some of the previous posts dedicated to veganism as a lifestyle [here and here] and how it has been changing my mindset, I thought it would be helpful to also compile some thoughts on how this whole process actually changed me physically or, better said, if it has indeed improved my life, health and body and if so, how it did. For that, I should begin by saying that, although I do consider myself very fortunate in terms of my health, I admit that for a long time, I remember of frequently falling ill. […]

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Protein packed & oil-free Tex-Mex burgers {vegan}

This recipe was born simply because I had corn, quinoa and sweet potatoes to use and I wanted something quick to have on my freezer for a quick meal. While thinking about what to prepare with these, I remembered my friend Chris [do take a look at his blog ‘Planticize‘ for awesome plant-based food] who once said he loves everything tex-mex and well, these patties were born. This is really easy and quick to make, colorful too, and well, another veggie burger recipe for my (and your) repertoir. Because one cannot have too many veggie burger recipes 🙂  Just remember to adjust […]

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Golden smoothie {vegan}

I like the cold, and I like winter. I’m one of those individuals who truly enjoy massive amounts of clothing in onion-like layers and sleep like an eskimo. Nevertheless, no matter how many pieces of clothing I wear, my nose, feet and hands are most likely ice cold. I’ve always been like this. I love walking my dog on sunny and very cold days, with no bare skin on sight other than my cold pink cheeks and the point of my nose. Despite that, my immune system was never very cooperative with my winter loving self and, every year, I […]

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