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Lazy Ratatouille (Vegan Recipe)

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When we were visiting my parents this summer in Hungary, I loved pottering around in the vegetable garden and couldn’t get enough of all the fresh veggies. He had lots of yellow peppers growing, and super juicy and fragranced tomatoes so I decided to make a ratatouille with them. Not a real, French one as I don’t like to cook …

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10 Simple But Tasty Vegetarian Recipes For The Summer

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This is a sponsored post. Now that school is out for the summer, our priorities change a little bit around family life. Particularly about how much time we spend with the family instead of doing chores and duties. Evening meals – and meals in general – especially if you prefer cooking everything from scratch like me, can take up a …

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Reduced Sugar Rainier Cherry Crumble

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Recently, I have received lots of fresh and yummy Rainier cherries to as they are just in season. End of June and beginning of July is the best season for all cherries. I would normally eat them fresh, but I really fancied some dessert made with fresh fruits. Rainier cherries are considered a premium type of cherry, they are sweet …

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Oat Flour Tahini Choc Chip Cookies (Gluten Free Recipe)

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We made this recipe a few weeks ago. It was a big hit on my Insta and everyone wanted to know the recipe – finally I was just able to write it up! So these cookies are gluten free, because of the oat flour and of course the rest of the ingredients are gluten free too. The texture of the …

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Specialty Food For Those Seeking Something New

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This is a collaborative post. Taste is perhaps the most powerful of all senses. So many emotions are triggered by eating food alone, that it’s quickly becoming a psychologically understood tool. It can be used to reward yourself after some hard work, it can be something that picks your morale up when you have had a bad day and food …

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Vegan Thai Sweet Potato Curry With Chickpeas Recipe

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When it comes to midweek dinners, I normally try to keep it hassle free because I normally have to make at least two different meals on a daily basis (and that’s not counting my sensory eater’s daily freezer pizza or pasta). But then, I rally don’t want to eat my picky eater’s food either. I don’t know how many of …

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Vegan Black Cherry Cream Cheese Cake With Oat Flour (GF) plus Giveaway!

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This cake is a perfect show stopper, so beautiful! It’s truly all about the colours and the added decoration. Looks rustic, vintage and totally on trend with healthy, plant based ingredients!  I’m not a great baker, I like baking, but big cakes are not my strongest points – so if I say: this is easy, trust me it is.  I …

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How to Take Your Foodie Website to the Next Level

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This is a sponsored post. Do you have a passion for cooking? Do you enjoy reviewing menus and telling others what you think? If you consider yourself to be a dedicated foodie, it might be time to take this hobby to the next level. A growing number of enthusiasts have embraced the presence of the Internet and they have been …

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25 Smart Tips How To Reduce Food Waste At Home

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Food waste – as we have probably all heard it lately on the news is a major contributor to climate change. Between 33-50% of all food produced globally is never eaten and that is a staggering figure. Which means that we waste lots of energy, resources and of course  it’s also a moral problem. It’s not just about starving people somewhere …

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Spanish Rice Arancini Recipe

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Earlier this week, I posted about one of my favourite spring/summer dishes: Spanish Rice. Now we all know, that cooking the RIGHT amount of rice for a meal something that they teach in cooking master classes, because it’s nearly impossible. I’m terrible at cooking rice. I normally cook rice as if I had at least 5 more family members or …