Leek and Sweet Potato Soup

“Can’t beat a classic” in this case no you definitely can’t (even though I must confess in the last year and 8 months I’ve only seen a handful of retailers and restaurants who actually serve Leek and potato soup). This is the soup when it is coming to the end of the month and your…

Meal Prep Breakdown

People always ask how I meal prep and stay so organised, well here is a breakdown of how I get it done and plan it round my hectic lifestyle.   Example: You can always change this up, switch ingredients in and out to match you more and to keep things fresh. Monday: Always good to keep…

Vegetable Noodle Broth

Continuing on the warm soups for winter theme, I’ve ventured out further east for this recipe, Vietnam to be precise. Even the staples like tomato and butternut squash soup can be complicated for some; this recipe cannot get anymore simpler. The beauty of a broth is that you can make it your own and put…

Chickpea and Coconut Curry

Once in a while it is defiantly a must to indulge (reasonably) otherwise and healthy lifestyle eating habit will slowly turn into back to back of take outs, snacking and eating out. If anybody tells you that you can work round it and limit yourself when not doing either of the above, that my friend…

Butternut Squash Soup

“Chronicles of the Winter soups: The attach of the Butternut squash with Fennel seeds” I always though Food recipe books should be playful with their recipe titles, a lot of recipe books I’ve read all have the same god damn titles…Where’s the fun in that? For all the people out there that don’t like starchy…

Tomato and Basil Soup

Fun fact, tomatoes are one of my favourite vegetables out there. The fact that people are still arguing if it’s a fruit or vegetable simply have to read a little into it. Let me bust a myth for you right here right now, it is classed as a VEGETABLE. Don’t listen to anyone who says…

Dublin, Ireland

My Weekend in Dublin Welcome! So I decided to document my travels to Dublin as I’m sure the question of “so how do you cope travelling while being a vegan” well I won’t call this a guide but I’ll show you how I did it. First thing was having very understanding friends in your lifestyle…

Onion and Mushroom Soup

Good morning, afternoon or evening depending on your time zone. I am coming to you with a new recipe. Introducing the high protein onion soup! If you are like me and you like a good onion, from a red onion (personal favourite) to a super sweet shallot you have come to the right place. This…

One Pot Spaghetti

Confession time, I hate making a ‘spag bowl’. Why? Well making the spaghetti separate to the sauce is a laborious job both because of timings and I never really get the sauce to mix well with the spaghetti once plated. But I got enlightened watching one of my many YouTube food gods. When I saw…

What I ate in a day.

Welcome to the inner circle. Was thinking I might as well show you guys what I eat in a day to show even if you have one of the most busiest days you can still be a healthy fulfilling vegan. This day was Saturday 18th of May 2016.   Breakfast – 7:18 am 4 Rice…

One V to another.

One has only turned the ripe old age of 23, but still feeling like a baby green tomato.  Was a fun packed couple days of gigs, BBQ and shopping.  Life update number two, is that I’m now labeling myself as a vegan! I know I put in my previous blog that I was going to…

Korean Noodles

For those who haven’t tried Korean food you haven’t lived! Maybe I can kick start your life again with this tofu Korean noodles.  I’ll admit though I’m new to the Korean cuisine game and I still haven’t been to a Korean restaurant. So All this is based on hours of watching Korean cooking channels and…