Even before my vegan lifestyle, I actually have always adored the taste of fake meat. Some people despise it, because the texture is wonky and is either too different from real meat, or too resemblant of it. There’s something about the slightly chewy and hearty texture of seitan and any other soy-based mock meats that … More Basic Homemade Seitan (with flavor ideas!)
First time trying these kinds of fill-in-the-blanks posts! I’ve always loved reading these types of articles and have so much fun answering them in my head! Can you relate to the joy of quarter-empty peanut butter jars? Can you relate to my obsession with Indian food? Can you relate to my adoration for quotes on … More Can You Relate…
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
Happy Saturday, everybody! Back with another recap from my vacation in Vietnam, and it’s been a month and a week since I landed! Anyways, I’m really excited for this particular post, because it’s one of my personal favorite days of the trip! In summation, there’s so much wonderful food, memories, and places that are really … More Day 7 in Vietnam: Going to the Gym Again + The Best Bread
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!
My first meal ended up being sour stalk soup with bean sprouts, some bell peppers, and green onions alongside a plate of more sour roots and vegan soy chicken legs with fried onions. Eh, this wasn’t my favorite meal. I did like the soy chicken, but it was really dense and almost fatty-tasting. The broth … More Day 5 in Vietnam: Herbal Medicine Clinic
Ciao, blog family! Fun fact: ciao is how people say hello in Vietnamese! From what I experienced, a lot of locals are more abrasive and say, “Ay!” Anyhow, I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted another recap of my trip to Vietnam, but don’t worry, they are ready and they are coming your … More Day 2 in Vietnam: Herbal Medicine Temple