Vegan Lentil Salad with Green Asparagus, Cucumber and Chives 🌱

Do you shop your groceries in a store or do you prefer to order online? Most of the time, I order online, even though I usually miss the local produce. With MagicTomato that has changed. And as a bonus, the local produce is available in ecological quality and is delivered within the day. What more…

Vegan Faux Lox Lolly 🌱

What does salmon and carrots have in common? Correct! Both can be transformed into a heavenly smoked deliciousness. The latter is even vegan. In the Bernese Highlands, the company Wild Foods refines regional and organic produce with an impressive result. A must try for all lox lovers, who feel strongly about sustainability. I decided to…

Vegan Carrot Cake 🌱

Today, the culinary journey through Sofia‘s vegan cookbook “Little Vegan Artisan” ends. At least, for now. Like every meal, this journey will end with something sweet. Cake: Mix 50 g oat meal, 25 g ground almonds, 25 g ground hazelnuts, 25 g whole-wheat spelt flour, 45 g coconut blossom sugar and 1 tsp baking powder….

Vegan Roasted Cauliflower with Buckwheat Salad and Butter Bean Purée 🌱

In my last post, I introduced you to Sofia‘s vegan cookbook “Little Vegan Artisan” and presented my take on a recipe of hers. Today, I’ll continue the exciting journey through her book and share another of her dishes with you. Well, my version thereof to be more precise. Roasted cauliflower: Divide the cauliflower into bouquets….

Vegan New Year’s Apéro 🌱

A few more hours until 2021 is rung in. I look forward to the new year and the interesting culinary encounters. At the same time, I’m grateful for the past year – for the many kind comments, the endless support and the constructive cooperations. I will end my blogger year with a cooperation with Knecker….

Vegan Apricot Kissel with Golden Chlorella 🌱

Some time ago, I received a package Golden Chlorella from Alver for testing purposes. When I published my first recipe in this regard (a vegan pistachio custard with cardamom, strawberries and – quite right – Golden Chlorella), I didn’t have enough experience to judge its health effects. After two months, however, I feel able to…

Vegan Raw Food with Barley Grass Dip 🌱

Have you ever tried barley grass? Barley – one of the world’s oldest crops – is said to have multiple health benefits i.a. regarding the digestive system, detoxification and the immune system. Not surprisingly at all, this super food has a long history of medicinal use dating back thousands of years. I was correspondent intrigued…

Vegan: Pear, Caramel and Crumble 🌱

Caramel sauce without cream and refined sugar – is that possible? “Absolutely!”, says the vegan me. “Well, not quite.”, would probably the lawyer in me respond. Today, I feel more vegan than lawyer-y and decided to share a true culinary revolution. At least according to me. Sous-vide pear: Peel and halve a pear. Remove the…

Vegan: Apple and Potato 🌱

In the Swiss cuisine, there’s a variety of dishes featuring apple and potato. On this plate, I’ve combined a few of them in a completely new manner. And you know the best part? It’s completely vegan. Mashed apples and potatoes: Boil two parts peeled potatoes with one part peeled apple. Taste with salt. Once soft,…

Vegan S’mores 🌱

Have you ever had a dessert that delicious that just had to have some more? Well, that’s exactly what this overseas campfire treat promises you. Graham crackers with melted chocolate and marshmallows just sound too good to be true, right. Today, I’m presenting my deconstructed, plant-based version of this American classic. Fudge: Melt 100 g…

Vegan Leek Variations 🌱

Combining different textures creates a culinary sensation of a completely new dimension. In this dish, which works equally well as a side and on its own, silky, soft, firm and crunchy elements are all married on the plate. Dried leek: Clean the green part of a leak thoroughly. Separate the leaves and dry at 80°C…

Vegan Roasted Cauliflower with Scrambled Tofu 🌱

Plating with flowers is dear passion of mine. I have a small garden, where I cultivate my own ecological edible flowers. During winter, when growth is sparse, I have to rely on alternative decorative items. A veggie also qualifying as a flower is the perfect replacement. Roasted cauliflower: Separate cauliflower into small bouquets. I used…

Food expert for Nau.ch

January is long gone and so is the month of sugar, alcohol and animal (by-)product avoidance. The experience was matchless. Even if I felt an amazing energy boost, I realized at the same time that I wasn’t quite ready for an absolute cessation. My take-away from the January challenge is a week of abstinence a…