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 […]

Paris, France Pt2

Paris, France Pt2

We slept pretty well which was not surprising considering all the travelling we had done the day before. Alas, we came to our final day in Paris and would be flying home that evening, but not before we had a wander around the city trying […]

Paris, France Pt1

Paris, France Pt1

Last month I spent a whirlwind 48 hours in Paris and was surprised (yes even this old vegan can still be astounded) by how vegan-friendly it was. (more…)

Dirty Vegan, Shoreditch

Dirty Vegan, Shoreditch

Last month I had the pleasure of testing out Dirty Bones‘ new venture Dirty Vegan – a vegan pop-up at their Shoreditch location.

L♥VE

L♥VE

Loves is back! A summary of things I have been loving recently: ♥ Yum Bun. After trying them for the first time at Giant Robot in Canary Wharf, I sought them out in Spitalfields Market. Currently their crispy tofu bao is the only veganisable option they have […]

Phung Kay Chinese New Year Dinner 2018

Phung Kay Chinese New Year Dinner 2018

Last month I celebrated Chinese New Year for the first time, Mr Ikeda has Chinese heritage and whilst Chinese food is probably his favourite we have never actively taken part in celebrations. Well, thanks to Phung Kay that is all about to change. (more…)

Review: My Vegan Travels

Review: My Vegan Travels

I was super excited when we were offered a copy of My Vegan Travels, the latest book by Jackie Kearney for review. I already have Vegan Street Food and have been following Jackie since her stint on Masterchef where she was the first vegetarian chef […]

Review: Who Gives a Crap

Review: Who Gives a Crap

I used to be super conscious of trying to be the most ethical I could be, but since having another child and working hard the last few years, I have felt like they have gone past in a blur and I’ve been more concerned about […]

Veganuary

Veganuary

Well, we are already a week and a bit into February but I think a roundup of (probably the most successful ever) Veganuary is definitely required. ‘Intense’ is definitely the word that springs to mind when I think back on the whirlwind that was last month. Veganism exploded across restaurants like never before but also spread through supermarkets like a tidal wave. (more…)