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Avocado Cilantro Lime Rice

Really nice recipes. Every hour.

Nice. I don’t post a lot of food but would like to try this.

this looks divine

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I intended to make a burrito, but then there was too much awesome filling: The Most Delicious Vegan Soft Tacos

Featuring chilli beans and mushroom filling, avocado, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, bell peppers, baby greens and mango salsa (with option roasted eggplant topping) on a grilled whole wheat soft taco. Honestly I ate it and felt guilty because it tasted so good and nothing this healthy should taste this good. No, really - I pride myself on my willpower, and I still wasn’t able to stop at one, or even two. For the recipe, click the Read More. 

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Easy dinners: Vegan Quinoa Chilli

With mushrooms, eggplant, celery, chilli beans, bell peppers, tomato and, of course, quinoa. I love making chili because you actually can’t find any good chilli, vegan or not, in Thailand, and also it’s an awesome opportunity to clear out the fridge with minimal effort: throw everything into the pot in the right steps, add the right spices and suddenly you have a breakfast/lunch/dinner that you can eat on its own or add to pasta for perfection. For the recipe, click the Read More. 

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Adding a twist to the traditional apple pie: Apple Pie Breakfast Quinoa with Soy-Yogurt and Pear

The secret is in the baked apples. They take 10-12 minutes to bake, but they make the breakfast quinoa taste like an apple crumble with the nuttiness of the quinoa, the fragrance of the cinnamon and the warm juiciness of the apples against the cold soy-yogurt and the fresh, juicy pear. This apple pie breakfast quinoa makes breakfast exciting again.

  1. Pre-heat the oven to 200 degrees celcius for around 5 minutes, and put your apples in a baking tray and cover with a sprinkle of cinnamon. Bake for 10-12 minutes at 200 degrees celcius, and take them out when they begin to smell wonderful but before they become dry husks of sadness.
  2. Cook your Quinoa (bring 1 cup of water to a boil for every 1/2 cup of quinoa, and then reduce heat to medium-low and cook the quinoa for 15 minutes until the rind separates and it fluffs up) and then add it to the bowl
  3. Add almond milk (just enough to semi-flood the quinoa), walnuts, raisins and pears, and then add half a cup of soy-yogurt on top before sprinkling some more cinnamon. Then enjoy!
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