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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...

Seasonal citrus juice with cinnamon and ginger to add a spicy and warm flavour . Did you know that you don't need a juicer to actually make your own juices at home ? A sturdy blender and a nut milk bag, cheese cloth or fine strainer would do the trick ! I almost always use my blender and nut milk bag to make a juice because it's so much less work to clean up afterwards than with a juicer. Just remember to chop the fruit and vegetables into...

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...