Being vegetarian or vegan over the festive period doesn’t mean boring, bland food. You can still have a very tasty roasted meal as the centrepiece for your table and keep it totally meat-free…
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Our recipe of the week this week is from Sion. You can read his blog here.
My usual afternoon snack is sliced veggies with hummus. I have always eating chickpea hummus and never branched out very far besides the occasional sprinkle of chilli or smoked paprika. This all changed when I had zucchini hummus for the first time at Café Gratitude. I absolutely loved this hummus and it made me look into different recipes for hummus. It turns out you can make hummus out of anything really.
So, how do you get your protein? This is a common question vegetarians are asked. And from experience, they don’t like it. So don’t ask, read this article instead.
This week, our recipe of the week comes from VeganSA. Caponata is a typical dish from Sicily. Despite that many people think Italians just eat pizza, pasta and other heavy dishes, Italy has been a poor country historically and the easiest things to eat, thanks to the good weather, were always vegetables.
What are you? Vegan/ Vegetarian /Pescatarian/ Carnivore/ Omnivore/ Flexitarian/ Paleotarian /Pollotarian/ Fruitarian/ Breatharian, or a Flexitarian? We are a family of flexitarians.
Quinoa is an ancient crop native to the Andes that grows in poor soil, dry climates and even mountain altitudes. Due to its delicate taste and rich amounts of protein, iron, potassium and other vitamins and minerals, it is quite popular. It is also a good source of dietary fibre and is easily digested.