As the weather is warming up I naturally feel drawn to more raw food- crunchy and juicy. I love making salad boats with some coriander guacamole, grated carrots & sauerkraut for an energising lunch snack. There is such satisfaction in eating the whole food by itself and really appreciating its’ texture & flavour. And my body likes the simplicity too- I digest better and have more energy! #simplicity
VEGAN KOREAN. Located in Epping, super cozy, super yummy. You’ll have seen this on the stories ALL THE TIME 😂😅
BCD Tofu House. Opposite Epping Coles, just down the stairs. 🍲🌱”Vegetable Tofu Soup” and you just ask for no meat broth- made ‘vegetarian’. They usually know the go! 💛⭐️ Their #banchan is so good too.
⭐️My uncle and grandma have come to visit from Canada after 6 years of not seeing them! Took my Uncle to the buffet in Sydney Tower and was surprised by the #veganoptions they had. 🌱 Not everything is pictured but here are 2 snippets. -
(Options like Lentil Dahl, Chana Masala, Veggie Springrolls, Vegetarian Fried Rice, Roast Potatoes, Different Salads, etc.) -
Friday is around the corner! 💛
A big sensory experience! Pulling the flesh from the mango stone with your teeth!
He’s not really all that keen on mango anyway, and this is such a slimy, sticky, messy, strong smelling thing to do that I wasn’t expecting him to be able do it but he proved me wrong! Come so far 😍
Summer is knocking on our doors, and with summer comes many amazing delights like fig season here in Queensland.
Personally I love them fresh in salads or even as a breakfast dish. How do you like your figs?
📷 Via @skinnytaste
Stuffed chicken fillets with spicy brown rice
Take 1kg washed chicken fillets and slit them in the middle,but not the whole way through.
Make marinade with
2 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp crushed garlic
1 tbsp green chillies
1 tsp Chicken spice
1 tbsp soya sauce
Dip each piece into marinade and massage the marinade into the meat.
Fill the fillets with grated carrots,julienne peppers and green beans(lengthwise half way cut).
Seal firmly with toothpicks.
Cook them in a pan with olive oil on medium heat till fully cooked.
Spicy brown rice:
Boil 1 cup brown rice with salt and 1/2 tsp turmeric.
In a pan heat some olive oil,add 1/2 cup of mix vegetables:
Half carrot small cubes
Half pepper small cubes
You can add corn,peas...
Add some aromat,spice for rice and crushed black pepper.
Mix the veggies with the rice,add more spice for rice if needed and steam until done.
Heating pad in my lap, book in hand...russ laughing at me trying to stay warm & eat something cold 😂 But it’s just so delicious! Packed with @furtherfood collagen & frozen blueberries: these berries have so many beauty benefits; Known for their high levels of antioxidants aka-anti aging 🧙🏻♀️ But it’s not about being afraid of wrinkles & gray hair, for me it’s about taking care of my body so that I can serve others feeling my best self with each new year I get older 💙 In other news I’m excited for the new Fantastic Beast film this weekend, are you? I hadn’t read/watched Harry Potter until college & then I became a huge fan ♥️ so this smoothie bowl goes out to my #ravenclaw friends 📚
⭐️Had a blast today taste testing @bibimbapsydney upcoming #bibimbap which you can find at the @sydneyveganmarket next Sunday!! So much flavour and goodness and #VEGANKOREANFOOD ? NEED I SAY MORE?! 🍲🌱 Don’t forget to grab some DELICIOUS #japchae while you’re there too 😉
Thank you to @earthlingsasha and her mum for hosting and sharing all this delicious food for us to try. 💓 An amazing duo with great passion!
Anyone for coffee and cakes? ☕️🍰Was so spoilt by @rawpassiondesserts ✖️ @danes_specialty_coffee collaboration lastnight. A beautiful spread of amazing #RAWVEGAN desserts paired with 6 different #COFFEES // Find it, see it, drink it, eat it: @infusiononclarence -
Thanks to @renee_buckingham @sydneyveganguide for the invite! And to @itslizmiu for your kickoff and buzz for the night!
Now that the weather is warming up, we love meals that are fresh, light and zingy! These are one of those dishes!
I used 3 pieces of salmon. They were roughly 3-4cm wide. I cooked them in the oven until just done in the and shredded it roughly.
I mashed 3 cooked potatoes and seasoned them with garlic powder, salt and pepper. I added 1/2 cup cooked quinoa.
Now according to your taste: I then combined roughly 3 good TBL grated ginger, a generous sprinkle of tumeric, 3-4 TBL fresh corriander, the juice of 1 lime and the rind of 2 limes.
Mix it really well along with a binder that will help keep your cake together: breadcrumbs, quinoa flakes, rice crumb. I used approx 1/2 cup and it was enough!
When it is all mixed add the shredded salmon and slowly incorporate. Shape into patties and place in fridge to cool and firm up.
Before frying, I patted them into a dish with sesame seeds!
With the black wild rice: I mixed in some EVO oil, lime juice, seasoning, fresh corriander and red cabbage.
I love salmon like this. We always have it oven baked which get's u little boring after a while. Turning them into zesty fish cakes takes them to a new level! Hope you enjoy it!
P.s the kids enjoyed it.. if you saw in my stories, my son didn't really enjoy the fresh corriander in the rice. He did eat some of it regardless and I was appreciative that he was honest. I always try and let the kids communicate what they did and didn't enjoy.
Can we just take a minute to appreciate the colour of this smoothie bowl 🌈
1 large banana
1 cup of sweet frozen blueberries
1 cup frozen cauliflower
1 tablespoon of mesquite @soaringfreesuperfoods
20grams yellow pea protein @absolute_organix
Blend all ingredients together and top with amazing home made granola and a dollop of nut butter. 🤤
How is it already November?! Happy Tuesday folks!🍂🍁 Countdown to thanksgiving break & finals is officially ON.😋🤓📚 Here’s a yummy oats bowl that will warm your soul + feed yo belly. Have a great week everyone!🧡
Have you ever made your own fresh aloe drink?! This gut cooling and healing drink is super easy and fun to make! You can find a large aloe leaf at your local health food store or maybe an international market.
Cut a slice around the edges and peel back with a knife.
Scoop out the pulp and add to a blender with equal parts water.
Blend until smooth and enjoy :)