At the Albert Schweitzer Stiftung für unsere Mitwelt, we’ve published our first big study! The original title is »Ernährungsphysiologische Bewertung von konventionell und ökologisch erzeugten vegetarischen und veganen Fleisch- und Wurstalternativen«. This roughly translates into »A nutritional science review of conventional and organic vegetarian and vegan meat and sausage alternatives«.
You can download the full study here. The main results are also summarised in our article here (unfortunately, the study is only available in German). That’s why I’ll give you a quick English summary below. Continue reading →
Namaste and welcome back on my blog! Yeah, I know, it’s been a while… I’ve been active on my Instagram (follow me here) and on Facebook (like me, too), but really neglected my website. There’s not really a reason for staying away, and I’ve tried more than once to write a blog post on all the other topics next to veganism that make me thoughtful at the moment. Continue reading →
A vegan version of Shepherd’s Pie was on my virtual to-cook-list for ages – so here it is! As I’ve never eaten a ‘traditional’ meat one and this was my Shepherd’s Pie premiere, I can’t say if this one tastes similar or is even close – but it’s a great plant-based, savoury version that will warm you up and is easy to make. Aaand, it’s British-boyfriend-approved ;) Cheers! Continue reading →
It’s autumn – leaves are falling (ok, I’m late with this post, in Berlin they’ve already fallen by now) and the shelves are full of seasonal veggies. In Germany, we don’t really distinguish between a squash and a pumpkin (no idea, why), so for my German readers, a butternut tart will definitely be just another pumpkin tart. For all the rest: Even though I’ve used butternut squash, this still tastes similiar to a ‘normal’ pumpkin bake. Continue reading →
Regarding the title, you might wonder what ‘morning glory’ is (or you might think something ambiguous ;)) – it’s really yummy greens mostly used in Thai dishes and also known as water spinach or convulvus. Continue reading →