I'm back with more easy vegan baking! This week was a bit stressful for me (thank you UK tenancy policies) which lead to my antagonizing myself over the consistency of this cake. BUT, on the bright side, 1) I have housing and 2) I managed to make a cake that is both fluffy and moist (and vegan of course).
Chocolate Fudge Zucchini Loaf
Omnivore Approved Vegan Mash
Happy Thanksgiving!!! If I'm being honest, this week threw me for a loop. For the past eight years, Thanksgiving has been a week of spending time with family, swim practices winding down to a partial-taper for a mid-season invite, lots of turkey, and an overall relaxed atmosphere. Since I'm in London this year where Thanksgiving is not..
Think Before You Toss
Following up on my October challenge, I'm working on reducing the amount of food that I waste. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) estimates that about 1/3 of food produced is lost or wasted. That is an astounding figure, especially considering that 1 in 9 people in the world struggle with food security. The arguments for reducing food loss and waste are diverse and compelling...
Bougie Activities: Making My Own Yogurt
I was told by a friend that buying a home yogurt maker is "super bougie" but I honestly think it's more nerdy than anything else. In any case, a couple of weeks ago I bought a yogurt maker, specifically the Betty Bossi Mini-Jogurtino, because it was on sale and it sounded like fun. Maybe it is a little bougie after all...
Boozy Peaches Two Ways
Fruit is extremely expensive in Geneva. I'm accustomed to being able to purchase most types of fruit at relatively low cost in the United States, but here, even the fruits that I would consider the cheap like apples or grapes are very costly. Granted, some of this has to do with regional agriculture...