https://youtu.be/STdSfeMDeI4 This talk really highlighted to me the power of our individual choices in having an effect on the environment and the world we live in. Just by going vegan you can save 5 million litres of water a year?! Also the livestock industry produces more air pollution than all the vehicles in the world … Continue reading Change the world by going Vegan! 🌱🌏
I fondly remember my mother cooking this delicious tonic soup almost every week, even to this day! As a kid, I really enjoyed the chewy, gelatinous texture of the fungus and still enjoy it both warm and cold. Tremella fuciformis goes by many other names such as white fungus, snow fungus, snow ear (雪耳 pinyin: xuě ěr; literally … Continue reading Mum’s Snow Fungus Soup Recipe!
One of my favourite toast spreads these days! Smashed an avocado A tablespoon (or two!) of your favorite peanut butter! 1 tsp cacao and cinnamon powder Gluten free toast Spread and savor!
Discovered this when I went wondering into a Korean supermarket the other day! So good I had to exercise control and savour it for dessert over 3 nights. Gluten free and vegan, I guess it's relatively healthier than other treats only the colouring was questionable and the styrofoam and shrink wrap packaging isn't exactly going … Continue reading Dessert Treat: Korean Rice Cakes!
Eating like a (vegetable) king! 🤴😁 Fresh off a grocery run, again I couldn’t resist adding a bit of every veggie I had in the fridge! 🥦 This tomato soup had overnight soaked mixed beans and grains, broccoli, mushrooms, carrots, beetroot, ginger, garlic, kale, chinese cabbage, and coriander. That can of tomatoes though... made that … Continue reading Red-as Tomato Beetroot Soup!
These are simple, quick and easy to do! Just get a washed cabbage leaf, heat up your leftovers, spoon them in and savour the crunch with each bite! Growing up in an asian culture, we cook almost all our veggies so I've actually never had much raw cabbage until I came to New Zealand and … Continue reading Cabbage Wraps!
So the Organic Mechanic had a potluck lunch today and I decided to bring something from home to the table. My parents visited me recently and left me some rice. I was gonna do a simple fried rice at first but then thought about a local Singaporean-Malaysian favorite I haven't had in ages - Nasi … Continue reading Singapore-Vegan ‘Nasi Lemak’