How could traditional Scottish, meat filled dishes such as haggis be made vegan? Check out the deliciousness of the dishes we made. Once again, really anything can be made into a tasty vegan dish!
Mainly driven by curiosity I decided to join for the first time the ”let’s eat veggies” workshop with Persian food as theme. I was curious to see what kind of people gather there and whether cooking vegan food can be challenging and as tasty as cooking “conventional food”. Furthermore, trying a new recipe different to... Continue Reading →
This week’s topic was Vietnamese Food. As soon as I entered Ungdomens Hus I found myself in a cosy atmosphere surrounded by many smiles. With cooking skills which basically go from simple Pasta to simple Pasta I was curious about new recipes but also a bit nervous...
Two sundays ago, I went along to my first Let’s Eat Veggies cooking workshop, where we explored the culinary delights of Mexican cuisine. As someone who loves and appreciates Mexican food, but has never really ventured beyond the realm of tacos and burritos, it was wonderful to be able to explore a diverse range of Mexican recipes with a vegan twist...
On Sunday afternoon for the first time I got to attend a workshop of a group of students whom are trying to work against the climate changing. We came together to cook vegetable food and eat it together. Sunday was to cook some Indian food by Praj, a young student from India. Everyone who came... Continue Reading →
I have been going to “Let’s eat veggies” workshops over and over again and not just to learn how to cook healthier or incorporate more vegan alternatives into my diet. It’s such a warm, welcoming and genuine environment. This Sunday we were making sushi and sushi sounds like the opposite of veganism, right? Click here to check out how we made it vegan!
Many of us have experienced the great feeling of ordering a beer while on holidays in Spain, to not only be served a beer, but also a small plate of the local cuisine. This small plate is a tapa of course, and for free, isn’t that just one of the best feelings ever?
The "Let's eat veggies" workshops are always a fantastic mix of cultures, reinterpreted using only plant-based ingredients. This time Venezuelan food was in the spotlight. The main dish is what is staple food inthose regions: corn. This is an unfortunate cause for the dramatic political and social crisis that Venezuela is living as it has... Continue Reading →