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The Best Places To Spot Puffins In The UK

The Best Places To Spot Puffins In The UK

Are you a fan of these cheeky silly looking birds? I certainly am. Their awkward way of landing and their clumsy walk never fail to make me giggle. I love spending time watching these little creatures, although if I see black headed-gulls...

How to make the most out of spring

How To Make The Most Out Of Spring

It’s officially spring, the clock has gone forward and the temperatures are finally rising. Don’t get stuck in your old winter routine, make the most out of spring! Get up earlier When we think of spring longer evenings come to mind, but...

Review - olloclip 4-in-1 lens

Review – Olloclip 4-in-1 Lens

Being active outdoors and taking snaps of my adventures are two of my favourite hobbies. However, these don’t often go hand in hand because a heavy DSLR can slow me down when hiking and I can get pretty nervous about my camera’s...

nutty noodle stir fry

Nutty Noodle Stir Fry

Bored of the usual stir fry? It’s time to shake things up with my nutty noodle stir fry then! This dish features a delicious nutty sauce that is healthy and easy to make. It’s a great weekend treat. You can pick...

Britain's Best Places To Spot Red Squirrels

Britain’s Best Places To Spot Red Squirrels

We’re so used to the sight of a cute grey squirrel in our garden or local park, we easily forget that they are not native to this country and that they have largely contributed to reducing the number of our red squirrels...

oats and olives frittata

Oats and Olives Frittata

Fancy something new and healthy but you’re stuck for ideas and you don’t like to put much effort into your cooking? This oats and olives frittata will blow your mind. It’s delicious, quick to make, healthy and it will keep you...

How to stay warm climbing in winter

How To Stay Warm Climbing In Winter

Whether you’re heading out to do some bouldering with a flask of tea or you don’t fear the cold and are planning to go out for a bit of trad, you’ll need to layer up for climbing in winter. You’ll want to...

warm 7 grain salad

Warm 7 Grains Salad

Looking for a creative way to eat your whole foods and greens in this cold winter weather? Bored of sipping soup? Warm salads are a great option. This warm 7 grains salad is super hearty and healthy. It’s a perfect dinner...

Rainbow Winter Warmer

Rainbow Winter Warmer

I don’t know about you, but with the winter upon us, I start to crave lots of nourishing baked and steamed vegetables. I love to warm up with some greens and wintery veggies. This is one of my new favourite...

Wyldsson Pro Mix Snack Tube

Review – Wyldsson ProMix Snack Tubes

Trail mix is one of the snacks I’m never short of – I usually keep some at home to take hiking and climbing or go on an adventure outdoors. I sometimes make my own because trail mix from the supermarket can...

Jules' Welly Competition

Competition: Design Your Own Wellies

It’s getting muddy out there. Time to put your wellies on! What could possibly beat wearing wellies that you designed yourself this Autumn? Jules have launched a lovely competition that will not only let you design your own wellies, but...

Review - Chalk Bar and Grill, Didsbury

Review – Chalk Bar And Grill, Didsbury

The thing that often puts me off about a lot of restaurants is the lack of good vegetarian options. Many places include one or two dishes on their menu just because they feel they have to, for equal opportunities, and...

Bivvying Basics

Bivvying Basics

First time bivvying? That’s exciting! Preparation is important – you can’t just wild camp anywhere in the UK, so pick your destination carefully. It is best to make a rough plan about where you’re going to sleep by having a look at the...

creamy but healthy mushroom soup

Creamy But Healthy Mushroom Soup

I love a good creamy mushroom soup, but the recipe usually involves a lot of cream and wine, which don’t make for the most healthy ingredients. So I’ve come up with a healthy alternative for this amazing autumnal dish. Don’t worry...

4 reasons to try bivvying out

4 Reasons To Try Bivvying Out

Have you ever thought of trying bivvying out? Here are four reasons why you should. 1) It connects you with nature What better way to get in touch with nature than spending the night in the wilderness? Whilst wild camping...

vegan banana icecream

(Vegan) Banana Ice Cream

Fancy ice cream but you’re trying to lose weight or keeping healthy? Here’s a dairy free natural alternative to the usual processed high calorie version you find in the shops – banana ice cream! With the only ingredient being bananas,...

Snorkeling and Kayaking on Elba

Snorkeling and Sea Kayaking On Elba

Elba is a small beautiful island off the coast of Tuscany. Being part of the Arcipelago Toscano National Park, it features pristine waters rich in wildlife, as well as wild hills and mountains. I went to Elba with my boyfriend for a...

camper camping

Camper camping? Yes please!

If you’re planning to go camping with a permanent base to stay at every night, camper camping is the most luxurious and comfortable option there is. I’ve spent my childhood going on holiday exclusively by camper and I think this is a...

Make the most of autumn's evening light

Make The Most Of Autumn’s Evening Light

The autumn’s near – the air feels chilly and the evenings are getting shorter. It’ll soon be winter, when we won’t see much of the natural light if not from our office desk. Depressing? Not really! Autumn is a lovely...

Mediterranean stuffed peppers

Mediterranean Stuffed Peppers

Stuffed peppers is a typical Mediterranean dish which is tasty, filling but healthy. It’s even vegan. I love it hot or chilled, with a bit of salad on the side. Stuffed peppers remind me of slow warm Greek evenings and dinner by...

Review - Give Kitchen

Review – GIVE Kitchen

Give Kitchen are a brand new vegan food delivery service that makes a difference. Launched in June 2015, the company delivers fresh cruelty-free meals to your door and for every order, they offer a meal to someone less fortunate. When I...

Climbing At Ynys Lotchtyn

Climbing At Ynys Lochtyn – The Sequel

Last weekend I went back to Ynys Lochtyn with the boyfriend to climb more of the routes we had on our wish list. We fancied a relaxed weekend by the sea, so we didn’t push ourselves too much. It was another...

Review - Get Buzzing Bars

Review – Getbuzzing Bars

I love a good flapjack, especially when I’m out on the trail or I need a break and a boost of energy between routes at the crag. The problem about flapjacks is that they are usually full of unhealthy and low...

Dream Wild Camping Equipment

Dream Wild Camping Equipment

I’ve been daydreaming about the canoeing holiday in Sweden I’m planning for next year a lot lately. And like with most outdoorsy daydreams, it came with some serious gear obsession… The best way to get over it is sharing it...

Vegetarian Fajitas

Vegetarian Fajitas

Vegetarian fajitas are the perfect treat for a lazy Saturday night. To make the dish slightly healthier, I avoided making salsa, used lighter Cheddar cheese and replaced the sour cream with Greek yoghurt. The result was a scrumptious flavoursome dinner. Serves 2 Prep...

Tomato and Mozzarella Gnocchi

Tomato and Mozzarella Gnocchi

Looking for a fresh but filling summer recipe? These tomato and mozzarella gnocchi are the perfect fix. Either warm or cool, they are a great lunch or dinner for a hot summer day. You can even think to take them...

Avocado and Quorn Sandwich

Avocado and Quorn Sandwich

When it comes to making sandwiches, I often get stuck for ideas. It might be because most classic sandwich recipes are based around meat. Tired of the good old goat’s cheese and roasted veggies bap, I decided to recreate a classic...

Canoeing on Ullswater

Canoeing On Ullswater

Canoeing has been on my bucket list for a long time. My dream would be a wild camping canoeing trip in the wilderness. I imagine campfires under lush dark green pines, marshmallows on wood sticks, a trip in the woods...

Tomato And Barley Salad

Barley And Tomato Salad

Barley is a tasty and healthy cereal grain with amazing fiber and protein contents. It is commonly used in soup and minestrone recipes; however Tuscan cuisine features a variety of barley salad recipes too. I’ve created this simple and quick...

Review - Monkey Fist Climbing Skincare

Review – Monkey Fist Skincare

Monkey Fist Climbing are a new British brand specialising, for now, in handmade skincare products. They launched in late 2014 as a vegan-friendly brand with four main products. I had the pleasure to receive two of their products for review...

Polenta with Mushrooms

Polenta With Mushrooms

Polenta con i funghi is a dish typical of my region – Lombardia. I felt a bit nostalgic lately, missing mostly the summer weather from home. So I recreated a Sunday dish that is cheap, healthy and most of all warm...

My Summer 2015 Climbing Favourites

My Summer 2015 Climbing Gear Favourites

Time to compile my list of climbing gear favourites for Summer 2015. From rock shoes to softshells, these are my top picks to get you comfy with style at the crag. 1) Arc’Terix Alpha FL 30 This beautiful pack has caught...

Savoury Aubergine Baklava

Savoury Aubergine Baklava

I always thought of Baklava as a delicious dessert. When I discovered, by chance, that it’s possible to make a savoury version of it, I had to give it a try. It turns out, baklava is absolutely scrumptious even as...

Homemade Vegetarian Sushi (Maki)

Homemade Vegetarian Sushi (Maki)

Lately I’ve been craving some sushi, but I don’t know any good Japanese restaurants in Manchester yet and I’m trying to keep up with my healthy routine, so I’ve decided to make some at home. My favourite is avocado and...

Healthy Polenta Chips

Healthy Polenta Chips

Trying to be healthy? Still fancy chips? Try these healthy polenta chips before giving up and rushing to the chippy. Polenta is an Italian dish, originally from the Northern regions (where I’m from!), made of cornmeal. As a tradition, it is usually...

Review - Drummond 400 by Vango

Review – Drummond 400 Tent By Vango

Since getting a car and not having to backpack every time I go camping, I’ve decided to invest in a bigger tent for a bit of extra luxury. I went for an entry level tunnel tent by Vango, the Drummond...

Wild Swimming In Hatchmere

Wild Swimming In Hatchmere

Last week I found the perfect spot for an evening wild swim – Hatchmere lake. After work, I drove to Delamere and relaxed in the refreshing chilly water. Approach None. The access to the lake is right by the road. ...

Greek Salad

Traditional Greek Salad

A classic traditional Greek salad is still one of my favourite summer dishes. It’s so tasty and refreshing! It also reminds me of the month I used to spend in Greece with my family every year when I was little. It’s...

Climbing At Ynys Lotchtyn

Climbing At Ynys Lochtyn

Climbing at Ynys Lochtyn is a proper adventure. You need to set off early in the morning, as the island, owned by The National Trust, is only accessible during low tide and the easiest way on it is via abseil....

Puffin Watchin On The Farne Islands

Puffin Watching On The Farne Islands

Puffin watching has been on my adventure list since a long time. Although I managed to spot one single puffin from far far away at Holyhead earlier this year, that didn’t completely satisfy my puffin watching cravings. So the other week...

4 Reasons To Go Wild Swimming

4 Reasons To Go Wild Swimming

I’ve given up waiting for a hot summer that will never come to go wild swimming in the UK. It’s just not going to happen. I have bitten the bullet and decided to give it a go in the constant...

Review - The North Face Cinder 40

Review – The North Face Cinder 40 Pack

The North Face is a well-known brand on the outdoors market, however I didn’t discover until very recently that they have a dedicated climbing line of products. At first I didn’t feel compelled to look into it, as I thought...

Wild Swimming In The Fairy Pools

Wild Swimming In The Fairy Pools, Skye

Last week I was on holiday on Skye, a beautiful island off the Western coast of Scotland. Before setting off I researched the best wild swimming spots on the isle and decided I couldn’t not pay a visit to the...

30 Days Wild

30 Days Wild

Could you do a random act of wildness every day for a month this June? The Wildlife Trusts have launched an amazing campaign, 30 Days Wild, with the aim of making more room for nature in our lives. They are challenging...

Thai Green Curry Fakeaway 3

Thai Green Curry Fakeaway

Do you ever feel so lazy on a Friday night that you end up craving a terribly unhealthy curry takeaway? Whenever you are in that kind of situation, come back to this recipe – it’ll save your waist line. My...

inov-8 roclite 280 review

Review – inov-8 Roclite 280 trail running shoes

inov-8 make lightweight running shoes for all environments with a variety of soles and cushioning. They’re a fairly new company in the outdoors market, having been around since 2012. I recently bought their new roclite 280 shoes for hiking and a...

Wholefoods Rainforest Style Raw Hummus

Wholefoods’ Rainforest Style Raw Hummus

Since moving to Manchester, I’ve missed dearly my favourite dip – Wholefoods’ Rainforest raw hummus. I started having such bad cravings for it, that one day I decided I’d try and replicate their amazing recipe at home. Now that I’ve perfected my...

6 reasons to try bouldering out

6 Reasons To Try Out Bouldering

When I started climbing outdoors, I went straight for trad – it felt like ‘proper’ climbing with its commitment, gear and risks. I didn’t feel bouldering was as adventurous – it was just a way to get some practice at the...

Review - Ayham's, Wilmslow

Review – Ayham’s, Wilmslow

Located in the town centre of Wilmslow, Ayham’s is a newly opened Mediterranean restaurant which offers a wide range of vegetarian mezze. I went for a visit with my friend and workmate Becca from rebecca-moss.com for a taster evening last week. We were invited along with local...

multi-pitch climbing

6 Reasons Why Multi-pitch Climbing Is Ace

The other weekend I went for my first ever multi-pitch rock climb and it changed my world. I headed over to Tremadog, in North Wales, to have a go at Christmas Curry; an HS4b. It was quite an experience – two fun...

hummus and roasted veggies wraps

Hummus And Roasted Veggies Wraps

Fancy a healthy wrap that won’t make you feel bloated right after you swallow its last bite? Try my hummus and roasted veggies wraps.  They are packed with healthiness – lots of vegetables and a little bit of hummus for some...

Long camping trip kit

Long Camping Trip Kit

If you’re planning to go away camping for more than a couple of days and leave camp up in one or two places, you might want to bring with you some ‘luxury’ bits of kit, which will make your experience more comfortable....

sanskruti

Review – Sanskruti Restaurant, Manchester

Located in the outskirts of Fallowfield (Manchester), Sanskruti Restaurant is a vegetarian Indian restaurant that offers Punjabi, South Indian and Gujarati specialities. It is definitely a hidden gem treasured by locals, as it was nearly full early on a Tuesday night, when I paid them...

veggie pasta bake

Veggie Pasta Bake

What have we got today? Another dinner party recipe that’s easy to make but super tasty – veggie pasta bake. This dish will definitely impress your guests, even if it’s not much effort to actually cook. It’s also relatively healthy,...

Almond Butter On Thins Snack

Almond Butter On Thins Snack

Hungry in between meals? Craving something sweet after lunch? This is one of the ways I handle it – an almond butter on thins snack. It’s a guilty pleasure, I know, but it’s better (or certainly less processed) than any of...

Tropical Smoothie

Tropical Smoothie

I’m not the only one who got hooked by the smoothie trend am I? I used to make one every morning instead of breakfast, but then it got too expensive to keep up with it. Well, now I treat myself...

Roasted Winter Vegetable Pilaf

Roasted Winter Vegetables Pilaf

Some winter veggies, such as parsnip, feel a bit boring to me. However, it’s important to incorporate organic seasonal vegetables in our diet to keep healthy. That’s why I make them more interesting with my recipes. Bored of parsnips and...

butternut squash and sage risotto

Butternut Squash And Sage Risotto

Need a sophisticated but filling dish for a dinner party? Look no further. Butternut squash and sage risotto is ideal for impressing your guests whilst satisfying the hungriest of friends (or boyfriends). Creamy and rich, it won’t disappoint the most demanding meat...

Kale and Quorn Warm Salad

Kale And Quorn Warm Salad

If you’re going low carb whilst also avoiding cheese in the evenings, like me, it can be a challenge to fill up! This is one of the few instances in which I use meat substitutes, like Quorn. Quorn does really...

Healthy Sunday Breakfast

Healthy Sunday Breakfast

Yes, it’s January, that time of the year. Everyone’s on a diet… If you’re smart, you’ll know that going on a diet means failure. Adopting healthier habits gradually will have a real and long-term effect on your body instead. That’s...

Aubergine Balls

Aubergine Balls

This is the last festive unhealthy high calorie dish I write about for this year, I promise. You can’t miss out on my Italian aubergine balls! They’re a Christmas classic at mine, plus aubergine is my absolute favourite veggie. This...

Spinach Lasagna

Spinach Lasagna

It’s Christmas! And I’m in Italy. Being the only vegetarian in my family, when I come home for the festivities, I need to plan my own Christmas menu, which is a lot of fun. This year I’ve gone for spinach...

Get Out Of London - Harrisons Rocks

Get Out Of London – Harrisons Rocks

Just because it’s winter, it doesn’t mean you can’t make the most out of the outdoors. When the temperatures are warm enough and the rain and wind give us a break, you can still get out and enjoy the magical...

Christmas Nut Roast

Christmas Nut Roast

The Healthy Veggie gets festive! It’s that time of the year after all… We’re all allowed a bit of indulgence on Christmas day. This mouthwatering Christmas nut roast will make your festive meal an unforgettable experience. It’s so lush (and delicious!)...

Pepper Pasta

Pepper Pasta

Simple, delicious and super healthy. Pepper pasta will change your life. Sort of. It’ll make eating pasta much more exciting for sure. It’s such an easy recipe to make, but it tastes amazing and is a great alternative to bland...

10 Reasons Why You Should Try Climbing Out

10 Reasons Why You Should Try Climbing Out

Tempted to give climbing a go? You absolutely should! I slowly fell in love with this sport this year. First, I tried indoor climbing, which is fun but not nearly as exciting as rock climbing. Once I embarked on my first...

cauliflower pizza

Cauliflower Pizza

Who doesn’t like pizza? It’s such a tasty dish! It’s unfortunate it’s very high in carbs and calories. If you’re trying to stay healthy, lose weight or avoid carbs but crave this mouth-watering Italian staple, try making some cauliflower pizza....

Climbing Gear Wish List

Climbing Gear Essentials Autumn 2014

 Since I discovered my love for trad climbing, I’ve been obsessing a little bit with gear… Here’s some of my current favourite picks. 1. La Sportiva Solution Rock Climbing Chalk Bag – I like La Spotiva’s chalk bags because of their unusual yellow...

Hike The Seven Sisters

Get Out Of London – Hike The Seven Sisters

Don’t get stuck in grey London! With this warm unexpected autumn, a hike in the countryside is just what you need at the weekend. Seven Sisters Country Park is the ideal destination for those who fancy a long but easy...

Fennel Steaks

Fennel Steaks

Fennel is a neglected veggie in many kitchens. Its seeds are used in a lot of recipes, including baking ones, but this healthy and great tasting vegetable doesn’t seem to be used much at all. Well, let me introduce you...

Knole Park

Get Out Of London – Knole Park

It’s rutting season! Time to do some deer watching. If you live in London, Knole Park is the best place to do it. I do love Richmond Park, don’t get me wrong, but Knole Park is definitely a place to...

Wild camping

Wild Camping Packing List

Off wild camping? I’m jealous! Walking on hills, around woods and by rivers or lakes, feeling in touch with nature, setting up camp in the wild, having a cup of hot chocolate whilst peeking out of your tent door, …...

Winter Cycling

10 Tips For Cycling In Winter

Winter is coming, sadly. I don’t know about you, but I will try not to give up my cycle commute, because it makes me start the day in a much better mood. So I’ve started getting ready for the cold...

Crunchy Ratatouille

Crunchy Ratatouille

It’s getting cold again and all you want is comfort food, a warm pjs and a TV series to get stuck into after dinner. Or is that only me? Well if you feel the same, this crunchy ratatouille recipe will...

camping wish list

My 2014 Camping Equipment Favourites

I LOVE camping, either in the wild or at a camp site. It’s a cheap way to travel and it’s a great way to feel in touch with nature, which is what makes me happy. Here’s some bits of camping...

Climbing In The Peak District

My First Trad Climbing Experience

So I’ve been climbing indoors for a few months now, but I’m not consistent with my visits to the wall (at all!). I mean, who wants to get stuck in a gym on a warm summer evening? I like climbing, but being...

Wild Camping In Snowdonia

Wild Camping In Snowdonia

Last month I joined a group of backpackers (Ryan, Mark, Ruth and Sarah) for an awesome weekend hiking through the Carneddau, and wild camping in Snowdonia. I’ve only ever slept in huts when doing multi-day hikes, so wild camping was...

hiking wish list

Autumn 2014 Hiking Kit Picks

Here’s a little roundup of some bits of hiking kit I REALLY like.   1. Deuter Futura 30 SL– 30L is the perfect size for a day hike when the weather forecast is uncertain and you want to take waterproofs...

Camping In The South Downs

Camping In The South Downs

I finally took the plunge. I went camping in the (rainy) UK! I only ever camped in a camper on this wet island and the thought of setting up a tent in the rain always made me… cringe. It turns...

Pasta Primavera

Pasta Primavera

Looking for a healthy but filling dish to make when you have friends coming round? The Healthy Veggie’s pasta primavera recipe will do the trick. Yes, it features complex carbs, but the sauce is super healthy and fresh, so you...

Low Carb Zucchini Pasta

Low Carb Zucchini Pasta

Craving pasta while you’re trying to eat low carb? Don’t worry, you can easily trick yourself into thinking you’re having it with this pasta-free zucchini ‘pasta’ recipe. Yes, pasta free! No complex carbs required, no sir. You can cook the...

Scrambling In Joshua Tree National Park

Scrambling In Joshua Tree National Park

Joshua Tree National Park may not be one of the most famous National Parks of California, but it is definitely worth a visit. The deserts, mountains, vegetation and rocks create a unique, otherworldly scenery. The Park was named after Joshua...

Elephant Seal Watching

Elephant Seal Watching In California

If you’re planning a road trip in California, Piedras Blancas, in San Simeon (CA), is a spot on the coast between San Francisco and L.A. you want to include in your route. Here, you’ll find an elephant seals rookery that is...

Grand Canyon - Walk The South Rim

Grand Canyon – Walk The South Rim

The Grand Canyon… Seeing this massive 277-mile-long crack in the earth carved by the Colorado River in Arizona, was definitely on my bucket list (along with a thousand other things, of course).  This year I finally managed to have a...

Dried apricot treat

Dried Apricots Treat

Struggling with those sweet cravings again? Don’t worry, The Healthy Veggie’s got your back. Try my dried apricots treat next time you’re about to grab a chocolate bar. It’s a fibre-packed snack ready in a second that you can enjoy...

Healthier Vegetarian Fry Up

Healthier Vegetarian Fry-Up

It’s Sunday! And everyone’s having fatty (read tempting) fry-ups. Living a healthier life doesn’t mean you need to have fat free yogurt on a Sunday morning, if you don’t fancy it! Treat yourself to a healthier vegetarian British breakfast sometimes...

Lebanese Moussaka Fakeaway

Lebanese Moussaka Fakeaway

My favourite takeaway meal is lebanese moussaka with rice. It’s so delicious, but very unhealthy! So I’ve decided to create my own recipe. We all need some fakeaway in our lives sometimes after all. Serves 4 Prep 30 minutes Cook 1...

Swim With Wild Dolphins

Swimming With Wild Dolphins

There is a U-shaped coral reef in the middle of the Red Sea, a couple of hours from the shores of Marsa Alam, where spinner dolphins go to sleep, rest and play every morning. They leave in the early afternoon,...

Gingery Noodles With Mushrooms

Gingery Noodles With Mushrooms

Who doesn’t like noodles? I mean, they’re SO tasty! Especially stir fried with some veggies and soy sauce. I’ve already talked profusely about my love for Japanese cuisine on The Healthy Veggie – here you can find my miso noodle...

Baked Sweet Potato With Feta

Baked Sweet Potato With Feta

One of the reasons why I LOVE living in the UK is the chance of creating fusion cuisine at home anytime you like. The supermarkets are full of imported products and most people are familiar with foreign cuisines. The Brits...

Yogurt Delight

Yoghurt Delight

Who said dessert has to be unhealthy? We all know sugar, especially refined sugar, is BAD for us and that we should stay away from it; but for people with a sweet tooth like me it’s hard to say no...

Warm Vegan Chirashi

Warm Vegan Chirashi

I LOVE Japanese cuisine, especially (veggie) sushi. So when I crave some avocado Makis at home, I make a simple Chirashi version of them, which takes half the time but is equally mouth-watering. I use brown rice to make it tastier...

Homemade Veggie Pesto

Homemade Veggie Pesto

One of the pasta sauces I miss dearly from home is a good green pesto. The trouble is I’ve become vegetarian after moving to the UK, so I can’t buy any pesto in the supermarket. If you’re in the same...

Review - Summit Motion Sac from Planet Camping

Review – Summit Motion Sac from Planet Camping

I’ve always been a big fan of mummy sleeping bags – I love cuddling up in my tent in my favourite one. It never crossed my mind that anything could be comfier for a night in the outdoors. Well, I...

nothingfishy

Review – Nothingfishy: Vegan Omega 3 Tablets

I browsed supermarkets looking for omega 3 tablets which didn’t contain any fish in vain  for years. One day, I just gave up on my not-so-good memory. But it’s exciting times – Nothingfishy finally created a vegan omega 3 supplement! This is probably...

Oriental Mushroom Soup

Oriental Mushroom Soup

With the evenings getting longer and chillier and the winter soon upon us, I can’t help experimenting with soup recipes these days. As I mentioned already about… 200 times, I absolutely love Oriental cuisines, especially Japanese. So this time I’ve created...

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