Warming Vegetable Stew with Dill Cashew Cream

It’s almost mid-November and I can’t wrap my mind around how quickly this year is passing. I created this online space at the start of the year with the aim of hopefully inspiring a few souls to embrace more plant-based ways of living in their daily routine. I feel like this is still the beginning. There is still so much more to share. Not just plant-based recipes but thoughtful living, slow living. Being more considerate with our choices in life.

November air always brings a certain read more

Roasted Acorn Squash Hummus

Today’s post is a very quick one but I wanted to share this delicious autumn-inspired hummus with you. I guess that because it’s autumn I kind of feel obliged to post a pumpkin/squash recipe (most of the population really does associate autumn with pumpkins more than any other food!). This hummus is my take on that theme. Yes, I make hummus multiple times a week and it’s usually made with butter beans in my kitchen. I went traditional with chickpeas this time and added in read more

Rose Chai Latte with Tahini

Scorpio season begins tomorrow and we had a new moon in Libra on Thursday night. I’m feeling a lot of different energy right now. I guess a lot of people don’t believe in the stars and the moon but I do. Maybe because I’m a deeply sensitive person? I’m not sure what it is. All I know is that I can feel it.

The new moon in Libra is ushering in balance, beauty, self-care and intuition. All things I’m definitely needing to focus on. Autumn brings about a real sense read more

Oats with Warm Cinnamon Apple, Puffed Quinoa & Cacao Nibs

Waking up on a cold October morning and knowing I need something warming and substantial to get my day started, the first thought is to make a pot of oats. Standing by the hob, sipping on a mug of tea that I’m hugging into myself and stirring the cinnamon through the almond milk. It smells like Autumn. The trees outside the front of my flat are already starting to show bare branches. Storm Ophelia stripped them throughout the night. The colder months are my favourite, I’m so happy read more

Cosy Beans topped with Balsamic Shallots & Rosemary Brazil Nut Cheese

It was forecasted to rain heavily all day today. Getting out of bed was cold, I had to search for thicker socks and a big jumper. Looking out of the window I was happy. The trees lining the pavement outside the front of my building are more golden than green. Leaves covering the street. Autumn is the most beautiful season. The first thing I did this morning was make a mug of English breakfast tea, usually I would have rosehip and hibiscus tea when I get up but I was feeling a strong need read more

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