A year ago, I published a whole list of questions for readers to answer in the comments! They are all dedicated to food, aka one of my most loved life subjects. I’d thought I’d throw it back a year ago and tackle them all–unaltered, unedited, the exact same as in the post–now for some fun … More Answering My Old Foodie Questions
Do you recall my little sister’s baked oatmeal recipe? Isn’t it absolutely fantastic? I can say that every member of my family can cook quite well, and even though my dad doesn’t cook that much anymore, he made the BEST breakfast croissant sandwiches (toasted croissant + eggs + soy sauce + butter = BAM!). I … More Baked Oatmeal: Three Ways!
As someone who grew up in America her whole life, I have discovered that so many citizens and Americans in this city pride on a voracious appetite. Hearing someone boast that their hunger never sleeps or that they can eat a whole horse is nothing new. This doesn’t apply to just Western countries either–I know … More How to Deal With an Irregular Appetite
When we throw out the term “breakfast food”, pancakes, waffles, eggs and bacon, coffee, and toast with butter are the first meals that come to mind. However, the most common breakfast foods that I relished as a child were pastries: croissants, muffins, bagels, scones, donuts, and cinnamon rolls, the latter being one of my absolute … More Cinnamon Roll Oatmeal (healthy, vegan + gluten free)
One of the biggest resolutions that I forgot to address in the beginning of the year is not to overcook my root veggies. I don’t know about you, but I would much rather under-bake a sweet potato because I can always microwave it or bake it for some more time. However, if it’s been overcooked, … More Dorm-Friendly Acorn Squash Brownies (vegan and gluten free)
Something that I’ve been meaning to talk about in depth for quite a long time now is digestion. What always held me back was the fact that unpleasant circumstances caused by indigestion are pretty TMI, and the last thing I want to do is to make people feel uncomfortable when reading my content. And I … More Tips for Optimal Digestion
There is a first time for everything. Sadly, this first time that I’ll be addressing begins on a major downer. In general, I try to keep everything in my family life relatively private. As important as my family and my friends are to me, they’re not a part of my blog. On top of that, … More A Brief Memoir + Thai-Style Tofu and Eggplant Stir-Fry (healthy, vegan and gluten free)