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Dinner, Recipes / 20.09.2019

Gluten-free, grain-free and easily made plant-based pizza base made with sweet potato. Friends. This might as well be THE BEST alternative pizza base I've ever tried. Am I bias? Totally. But I've also had some of the best feedback from the community over on Instagram on this recipe (originally heart-shaped pizza). While we're on the honesty train I might as well be entirely transparent and let you know that this is probably the recipe I've remade the most for dinner. Crispy, wholesome and filling pizza base made with roasted...

Breakfast, Dinner, Dinner, Recipes / 19.08.2019

A greener take on an Israeli breakfast staple that is sure to make a statement without all the fuss. Shakshuka! Yeah, I also have no idea how to pronounce it, probably something close to the sound I make when sneezing . A North African and Middle Eastern dish that has grown popular in Israel. This Green Shakshuka is the first Israeli cuisine to grace my kitchen. Simple, healthy and vegetarian with all the greens and none of the tomatoes. It's the perfect breakfast to serve up eggs in a...

Dinner, Recipes / 12.08.2019

Vegan laksa with soba noodles and crispy chickpeas. When it comes to laksa it's all about taking that extra few minutes to fry off the spicy and aromatic paste that will play off perfectly against the creaminess of the coconut versus the acidity of the lime and freshness of the coriander and mint making it a well balanced laksa. In most recipes online you'll see that there is fish sauce added for that unami taste (aka 5th taste), but I'm not so keen on fish sauce as it's just too...

Dinner, Dinner, Recipes / 26.07.2019

Nothing can warm up the belly quite as well as soup can. I also tend to be a little lazier during the winter months when it comes to making dinner and so soup is definitely a go-to for me. With minimum dishes and ingredients this creamy mushroom soup is a winter dinner winner . The creaminess of the soup comes from the coconut milk and flour, while the lentils add extra fiber and thickness. You can use gluten-free/regular all-purpose flour, brown rice flour, buckwheat flour, tapioca starch...

Dinner, Recipes / 13.05.2019

The ultimate comfort food perfect for those cold winter nights when you want a warm nourishing bowl of soup. I always like to find new ways to incorporate adaptogens into my daily routine. My two favourite adaptogens that almost take everyday is ashwagandha and maca. If you don't know this already, adaptogens are natural substances (found in some mushrooms and other plants) that fight the stress on your mind and body, working to return your systems back to ‘normal’. They’re stress response modifiers on both ends of the...