Category Archives: Vegan


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Trump Team Moves To Lift Ban On ‘Extreme’ Hunting Tactics In Alaska

The proposal would allow hunters to kill bear cubs and wolf pups in their dens and shoot swimming caribou from motorboats. Read more of the changes in Chris D’Angelo’s article here.

Cut processed food out

I love this inspirational and practical list on how to cut the processed food from your diet – the Zero-Waste Chef does it again:

12-Step Program to Cut Processed Food

Super-foods from the Mediterranean

I love Olive Tomato, it strikes the balance for me for Vegan food that is yummy and full of the Superfoods that I love.

I found this exciting article and wanted to share with you Super-foods from the Mediterranean.


Briami – Greek Vegan/Vegetarian Dish

I love this dish so much. It’s one of my go to comfort foods, and now that I’m low FODMAPS I’ve tinkered with it so I can still enjoy it. When my garden has gone into full Zucchini production, and I want to serve my family something that will fill them up, and leave them satisfied – this is the dish I turn to. I’ve served this to meat eaters and they are always surprised at how filling this is….perfect for a Meat Free Monday dish – enjoy!

675gm Zucchini (4 to 5) cut into chunks
450gm Spuds (any type, cut into chunks)
1 Onion/Leek/ equivalent of Spring Onions (If FODMAP restricted)
1 Red Capsicum (cut roughly)
3 garlic cloves (can leave off and use Garlic Flavoured Olive Oil if FODMAP restricted).
400gm Tinned Tomatoes
2/3 Cup Olive Oil (use Garlic Flavoured Olive Oil if FODMAP restricted)
2/3 Cup Hot Water
1 generous TBSP Oregano
3 generous TBSP Parsley (Chopped)

1. Preheat Oven to 190C
2. place all the cut up veggies into the baking pan, toss to combine. Add oil, water and oregano, mix again, ensuring you spread the veggies evenly across the pan. Season with salt and pepper.
3. Bake in oven for 30 minutes, remove then add parsley and a little more water. You want to keep the mixture moist at this stage.
4. Return to the oven and cook for a further 1 hour, turning the temperature up to 200C for the last 10-15 minutes. What you want is for your vegetables to start caramelizing.
5. Serve with fresh ciabatta bread, or if you’re gluten/yeast free, your favorite flat bread.


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