Hey guys, Today I would like to share 7 of my personal health tips with you! I am really glad I have been healthy this whole winter even though many people around me have been sick with a cold or flu, and I like to think that part of it is due to a few little healthy habits I practice. Now, I am not saying that these habits are ALL proven to be effective or that you have to adopt all of them. I am providing this information as inspiration for you, so try out what you want and feel free to adopt any habits that work for you! 😉
I usually take my overnight oats to work in the morning because I don’t have time to make breakfast before I leave. Whenever I have time in the morning however, I make a green smoothie to give my body an extra boost of nutrients. And my immune system has thanked me so far.
Quesadillas are definitely one of my favorite “fast foods”. They are easily made, pretty delicious and require only a few ingredients. Sometimes, however, things get a little fancier and I stuff the quesadillas with something more unusual. Like pumpkin. Or sweet potato (recipe here).
I admit I’ve been having my troubles with vegan baking endeavors… One of my grandmothers used to have her own bakery, so she was a baker by trade. Whenever we visit her, we are served delicious homemade cakes. Since going vegan, I have been trying to bring baked vegan goods, but was always a little ashamed because they couldn’t keep up with her cakes in the slightest. I have tried a few vegan cakes, muffins and brownies and apart from this raw-vegan cheesecake (which technically doesn’t count as baking), I was never happy with the result. Never!
When you hear “oil pulling” for the 1st time, you most likely will not be able to imagine what it is, how it’s done and most of all why! I was similarly clueless when I first heard about it. But stumbling across it several times and having heard experiences from multiple people, I wanted to try it myself.
This easy vegan stir-fry is a simple wok version with a creative touch! The noodles are marinated in a sweet & spicy plum sauce and the cashews add a special note to the dish. So it is a slightly different take on your classic wok noodles – in case you’re tired of the take-out boxes from the Asian restaurant around the corner.