Tag Archives: vegetarian

Three types of spread to make Vegetarian, Vegan and Normal nori rolls

When we see something wrapped in the nori sheet we think of Sushi roll, of course. Sushi – is a Japanese food consisting of cooked vinegared rice combined with other ingredients , usually raw fish or other seafood. Sushi rolls vary in preparation and ingredients. Also, I noticed, that they vary a lot according to the country, city […]

Green pea and avocado cream soup

It’s finally getting better here. The trees are getting green, flowers are blooming, magnolias make you feel like in a fairy tale. You can smell spring (or probably even summer), even when the temperature is low. Farmers’ markets are opening tomorrow; grocery stores are filling up with seasonal produce; I’ve been eating watermelons (1 baby […]

Wild MushrOOmBurger with avocado-mango mayo

  I’ve noticed that I’ve been eating a lot of mushrooms lately. I love mushrooms, but I normally don’t buy them weekly and eat by, say, pound at a time. May be my mushroom addiction is caused by this never-gonna-end-winter, may be there is something else in the air, but here is the fact – […]

Bananas over ice(non)cream

Oh my…I just finished licking the spoon with the last bits of my chocolate goodness. I feel extremely guilty for finishing almost the whole container in one sitting, but the other part of me says: ‘it’s perfectly fine to nourishly treat yourself with some bananas, raw cacao powder, dates and chocolate nibs. And it absolutely […]

Green power juice

 I have never really thought about it before, but apparently “green” means “healthy” for the most of the population. For the same reason “green” food is considered to be gross, ’cause it can’t taste good (think: juicing broccoli? are you insane??). I actually don’t like green colour, like I probably would rather go with a […]

Salad with tarragon marinated beets, butternut squash, brussel sprouts, kale and quinoa.

March 20th. The winter is still here (though its the first day of spring), so the winter salads are still very desirable. I got out all my root vegetables from the refrigerator, leftovers of quinoa, my new best buddy kale and some asparagus. I also found a bunch of fresh tarragon hiding on the bottom. To […]

Beluga lentils salad with stir fried bok-choy, marinated asparagus and massaged kale

Right now I’m almost in the middle of the second week doing Cleanse (you can read more about it here). I’m not a Whole Living subscriber and hardly have an idea who Martha Stewart is, but I’m an absolute fan of Sarah B. from the My New Roots, who was asked to come up with […]

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