I bought a Vegan Life Magazine at Edinburgh Airport and highly recommend it. Issue 14 had a recipe for Collard Green Sukiyaki with Buckwheat Noodles from Terry Walters. It involved cooked the vegetables in sections, pushing them to the side, added the noodles with sesame seeds and pouring a broth over it. I found that the broth had too much soy sauce so I hope to tinker with this to find a version I really like. Though I suspect you could do this with any veg or noodle or seasoning. It makes for such a pretty and delicious dinner.
VegHog to use up some of the udon noodles that have accumulated. I loved her ideas of cooking udon noodles and tofu but we had run out of tofu. Instead I used lots of vegies, some soy sauce and spoonful of thai curry and scattered cashews over the top.
Veganopoulous' recent market post. It has changed quite a bit since my visits when it started a few years ago. The market has recently started opening every weekend rather than 2 weekends a month. It makes it easier to get there but I think the weeks I have gone are not the 2nd and 4th weekends so some producers are different. I was happy with my small haul a three weeks back: Jonathan apples, strawberry vinegar, kale, ciabatta, berry pie, croissant, pain au chocolate and currant bun.
apple slice and an apple in her bag and she insisted it was enough.
Finding something she wants for a quick breakfast before school is a challenge. After this weetbix slice, she fell in love with weetbix and then was drawn into these fancier (and sweeter) versions. I bought her the banana and coconut weetbix bites. She said she only wanted crunchy honey weetbix bites. We bought those at the end of the banana box and she was disappointed because it didn't have honeycomb like in Crunchie bars. So then she decided she wanted banana and coconut! ARGH! At least she is eating something for breakfast.
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