Two-kinds-of-Potato’n’Pumpkin Soup

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After our Zwiebelkuchen and Fig & Berry Dessert turned out so nicely, my friend Joanna and me keep cooking together regularly. This delicious soup recipe, created by Joanna, is just the perfect winter food – warming, nourishing, healthy and still super delicious. I especially like the combination of potatoes and sweet potatoes, but you can also do it with only one of them.

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Chili sin Carne con Vitality

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It’s finally winter in Berlin and I was craving a bowl of warm, healthy and delicious food after work when I had to think of Chili con Carne. I haven’t had it for ages and never did a vegan version by myself, so it was time to give it a try. This one here is free from processed foods, additives or other artificial flavours – instead it is filled with delicious veggies, tofu and spices. It only takes about 20 minutes to prepare and is super simple.

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‘Christstollen’ – traditional German Christmas cake

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‘Last Christmas’ is being played on the radio, putting up Christmas decoration, panicking about presents, drinking mould wine at Christmas markets and eating loads of food – that must be Christmas time! A traditional German Christmas cake full of wintery flavours is Christstollen, a yeast cake filled with raisins, ground almond, candied orange and lemon peel. Here, you’ll find the vegan version which only differs from the original in the use of margarine instead of butter. Total preparation time is a bit longer than for usual cakes, cause the dough needs a bit of time to sit and rest between the steps. So choose a calm evening or weekend afternoon, grab a glass children fruit punch and enjoy the process of producing this fragrant and yummy Christmas delicacy…

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