I’m so sorry for my absence! Everything has been up and down and all over the place. And I really do mean everything. Juggling work and uni hasn’t been such a big deal – but my own inner demons? Yep. They’ve been planting the usual seeds of doubt, lies and hatred deep within my mind.
Ah, teff. You’re a lifesaver. Without you, I wouldn’t have been able to make teff banana muffins today. I wouldn’t have had healthy uni snacks for the week and had to spend big on campus instead. Not only did you avert an epic kitchen and budget crisis, you also pack a punch with your incredible
In an epic turn of events, my life is now heading in a different direction. I moved from the small, coastal town of Western Australia where I spent my entire childhood to Sydney. From 40,000 to over 4 million. Even now, I’m sort of banging my head against the wall for what could become the
I don’t have much to say in this post, as opposed to my last one where I described my decisions behind adopting a vegan lifestyle. That doesn’t make it a rant. It’s not a rant. It WASN’T a rant, okay? First, read the post. Then decide. I’m sharing my views, not forcing them on you.
Let’s talk vegan. That is, vegan banana date slice. But first, just vegan. It’s now been three months since I decided to make the switch to a plant based lifestyle. It’s a bit of a buzzword, ‘plant based’. Truthfully though, I’m a little scared of revealing to people that I am now fully vegan, since
Something festive this way comes. A little cinnamon there, a pinch of nutmeg there and delicious goodness everywhere. Including, but not limited to, my healthier take on gingerbread, made without refined sugars, refined flours, dairy, gluten or eggs. Not only are these espresso and teff christmas cookies ideal for dunking in a christmas morning cuppa,
I’ve had a very, very busy life lately. Studying my soul away, graduating from high school and completing my final exams hasn’t left a lot of time for baking, blogging and social media-ing. Now, finally, I have had a free weekend to bake – after working every saturday for the past few months. I also
Out of all the things I cook and consume, I struggle with snacks the most. The whole concept of ‘snack’ is kind of beyond me – I normally just munch on fruit to keep me going until dinnertime. But now that I am a fully fledged vegan (which you can read about here), sometimes you
Pancakes are pretty great. Austrian kaiserschmarrn or ‘torn pancakes’ are a seriously awesome alternative. I was introduced to these by Lara, who is from Vienna, and also happens to be the other half of our first ever cross-cultural collaboration. We decided that there was no better way to share our cultures then through the thing