Tag: recipe

Protein Party Mix

3rd September 2013 Today we’re talking party mix, let’s not insult  you by calling this a recipe. This is essentially getting tasty things and throwing them in a jar.

Dehydration 101

16th June 2013 My dehydrator has been glaring at me from its spot on top of the fridge for a year now, neglected after only a handful of uses. I think this is partly down to my newbiness to it all. So, I decided to […]

Pimp my Jus-Rol

20th May 2013

In case you find yourself in a position where you need something that’s quick and easy to bake, yet presentable enough to take when visiting friends, let me introduce you to the dessert croissant.


Review: Nakd

5th March 2013 Do you remember the first time you had a Nakd bar? It feels like I have been eating them for as long as I have been vegan, and that they have always been a permenant fixture at vegan festivals.

Review: Fry's vegetarian mince

28th December 2012 One of my favourite dishes is a Japanese dumpling known as gyoza (not to be confused with malignant entity of Ghostbusters fame Gozer). After turning vegan fortunately it was easy peasy to veganise. The dumpling skin is already vegan (usually just flour […]

Review: Fry’s meat free pops

18th November 2012

The sandwich might be a British invention, but by golly those American’s sure know how to make them. The Po Boy is a classsic New Orleans sandwich of fried seafood or meat served in a French baguette.

Vegan Po Boy


Review: Fry's Braai-flavour country herb sausages

1st November 2012 When I pulled the Fry’s Braai-flavour country herb sausages out of our goody box I immediately thought: sausage and mash…PIE!

Jack-o'-lantern Risotto

28th October 2012

Review: Fry's vegetarian chunky strips

25th September 2012

Fry’s products have long been a staple of my freezer so when Sash and I were contacted to review some of their popular items we pratically bit off the hand that was offering them to us. (more…)

Super Grains

3rd July 2011 Meet my new friend millet (and old friend quinoa) the super grains. Millet on the left, quinoa on the right