Author: mitsu

Baking Tips & Hacks

Baking Tips & Hacks

EGG SUBSTITUTES Eggs are used to bind a dish and, when whipped, may also incorporate air making a cake or pudding very light. Vegan egg replacement powders (such as Vegg, Follow Your Heart VeganEgg) are available from health food shops. However, many recipes can be […]

Yo Sushi School

Yo Sushi School

Sushi school? But Mitsu surely you already know how to make immaculate sushi??

Kerb Meatless Market, The City

Kerb Meatless Market, The City

I’ts been a month since Kerb launched their Meatless Market and I’ve managed a straight run of once a week.

2018 Kerb Meatless Market { Pochi half nasu, half tofu rice bowl }

The city (When I say city I mostly mean me 😊) has been in need of a vegan market what with them popping up all over London mostly at weekends.

So the format is meatless market *raises eyebrow* so yes you will see fish and cheese there – be wary of sauces also. Basically it’s not safe to assume everything is vegan here because there are a mixture of non vegan stalls serving no meat and fully vegan stalls (so far at least one a day).

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The market is pretty small, usually around 6 stalls but a good mix of cuisines and styles.

2018 Kerb Meatless Market

2018 Kerb Meatless Market

2018 Kerb Meatless Market

2018 Kerb Meatless Market

2018 Kerb Meatless Market

I’m super happy because 1. Vegan food (duh!) in my vicinity 2. My weekends are pretty full these days so I’m not able to go vegan adventuring like I used to, this way my lusted after vendors pretty much come to me. Win win baby!! 3. It’s also a good excuse to make more vegan lunch dates.

My eats are below:

Kerb Meatless Market, The City { Eat Chay kimchi fried rice – they have a new shop opening soon in Box Park! }

Kerb Meatless Market, The City { Hanoi Kitchen Banh mi }

Kerb Meatless Market, The City { Hanoi Kitchen Banh mi }

P1360668 { Greedy Khao chik’n green curry }

Before you go check their website for stall holders which are in rotation and change daily and weekly.

Let me know what you have!

Recipe Testing: The Lotus and the Artichoke Ethiopia

Recipe Testing: The Lotus and the Artichoke Ethiopia

What a month September has been! Right back at the beginning I leapt at the chance to be a recipe tester for the new The Lotus and the Artichoke cookbook – ETHIOPIA. I have tried making Ethiopian food before but have not had much luck […]

City Vegan Lunch Market, Guildhall Yard

City Vegan Lunch Market, Guildhall Yard

I have blogged about the vegan options in the City before, we have and continue to have our fair share of decent options but we’re still lacking a totally vegan establishment. However, vegan market we can now cross off the list!

New York, USA

New York, USA

Back in July we spent a few days in New York. We had one day in Manhattan whilst the remainder of time was spent in Larchmont. First off – can we just give a round of applause for coconut yogurt on a British Airways flight?! P1340607 (more…)

Vegan Vibes, Greenwich

Vegan Vibes, Greenwich

If you’re local to Greenwich then you’ll know that the indoor market (which dates back to 1737) has been pretty vegan-friendly of late (as all of 2018 in general – yay!). Therefore it made total sense for the next vegan night market – Vegan Vibes (hosted […]

Leigh-on-Sea, Essex

Leigh-on-Sea, Essex

Oh we do like to be beside the seaside. Well, I’m actually not sure at which point the Thames becomes the sea but it was beachy enough for us a few of months ago. That would be Leigh-on-Sea, likely our nearest beach.

Devon

Devon

Last month we had our first trip of the year to Devon, it was only a few days but we managed to squeeze quite a lot in. (more…)

Vevolution

Vevolution

There sure is a vevolution going on, this year is STILL knocking out those new vegan products, places and events. Although they have been around since 2016, a few months ago I attended couple of Vevolution‘s ‘topics’ for the first time.