Simple but satisfying savory pancakes filled with cucumber, tofu and insane-in-the-membrane sauce.
Always the first thing to go at family dinners and friendly get togethers because it is just so damn good.
With extra satay sauce on the side for all your dunking, slathering and slurping pleasure.
These delicious, crispy, golden, nutrient dense little fritters of goodness are a family favourite in my home.
A Kindelis familiy recipe that was shared with me during a magical stay in Greece in 2017.
An old old recipe of my mums that I veganised when I first started my blog.
It had me at pumpkin, but lentils, spices, coconut milk, TAHINI, coriander.. come on now!! This dish was like a warm hug from an old friend.
My foray into green smoothie world began with this concoction and it is So. Damn. Good.
An easy, delicious, nutritious and filling alternative to the traditional egg based frittata, with an infinite number of variations.
Easy to make, low in fat and high in fibre which means it will fill you up whilst doing all kinds of good things to your insides.
We believe that motherhood is the highest form of manifestation of the genius of the creative spirit of nature.
To this day I feel ecstatic when I think about my birth. It was hands down the coolest thing I have ever done.
Some bits of advice I picked up along the way that helped me to have a really nice time breastfeeding.
Your children are not your children.
Childbirth can be one of the coolest things you will ever experience and it is your right as a birthing person to conquer it fearlessly.
I am 38 weeks pregnant and my belly is moving all over the place, entertaining and distracting me as I attempt to write the first post for this new section of my blog.
The magic of this special place is still lingering in my bones and I dream of the day I can return.
Ferns, mosses, weeds and wildflowers, render the valleys and hills of the island a jaw drop of lush green.
Croatia stole my heart with its warm weather, hospitable people, the figs, oh the figs, and it’s breathtaking natural wonders.
We spent the first week on the move, with dunes on our minds and the second week still, in a little house in Merzouga.
I'm much better at insta posts than blog posts..