Sweet & sour vegan Korean beef is so easy to make, you literary need one pan !! This was inspired by Erin Ireland for recipe you can check out Lord Byron’s website for a full list of ingredients and cooking details.
Dehydrating veggies makes a fun vegan snack!! You can experiment with your favourite ones, such as tomato, zucchini, eggplant etc. I started doing this because I wanted a super intense tomatoey flavour for one of my courses. I also wanted a crunchy almost chip-like texture so I experimented until I came up with the perfect […]
monday vegan green smoothie recipe: banana 2 tbsp hemphearts 1 mango 2 cup kale half a cucumber juice of 1/2 lime fresh ginger (as much as you can possibly handle!) 1/2 cup of cilantro 2-3 tbsp of almond butter 1/2 tbsp of matcha 1 tsp moringa 1.5 cups of coconut water (you can also […]
the magnificent vic falls was also part of the itinerary on our last trip to Namibia. we opted to go on the Zimbabwe side. and with our passports full of stamps from Botswana and Zimbabwe I am here to say the drive from Katima to the falls […]
a recent trip to Namibia left me pondering philosophical questions about the reasoning behind conservation aims. After writing my master thesis and going back into the bush it made me realize that we, humans, are more to blame than we care to think …
Been in the far away land of thesisizing and I managed to plant an 88 pages elephant seed which hopefully will grow into something amazing. Now it’s a bittersweet mood around the house. The stress to complete the master thesis has been lifted, but now a sudden sadness has replaced the stress. Sadness that my […]
I have taken a bit of a hiatus from blogging but recently I was reminded how important it is for me to share and keep up regular posts. I guess part of the reason is lack of routine – or maybe that’s just an excuse. I was recently talking to a dear friend and I […]
San Francisco, I won’t lie, has a lot of similarities to Vancouver, but somehow as I continue to explore this wonderful city, something is missing. Something rooted in the essence of self human satisfaction – like when you cook dinner for your close friends and you look over at them cutting into their tomato and […]
It is a fact that after arriving in Katima Mulilo for no more than one week a resonate feeling of confusion subsisted and wouldn’t leave my side. Sure, maybe the Malarone contributed but according to my doctor the Malarone would not be the root of the problem after a couple of days, because at that point my body would […]
What’s there to say about Kyoto that hasn’t already been said :)? It’s paradise – utter paradise, during the cherry blossom season. And I am sure that the paradise still remains after all the cherry trees have lost their blossoms!