• Vegan Pantry Staples (Part IV)

    Hello everyone! It is so good to be back here after a good 2-3 week break for my personal rejuvenation. Isn’t it good to take some break once in while? Even if it means giving yourself all the time to leave aside all the worries and just focus on breathing and self-care? I really loved it and I sincerely thank a few of you who messaged and checked on me and inquired about some recipes with me. So, in my last posts I shared some basic tip on how to make your pantry Vegan-friendly and reduce your cooking time by stocking up some essentials. In this last part, let me…

  • Vegan Pantry Staples (Part I)

    Past few months of Lockdown have been really helpful in setting up the pantry in a more efficient and organized manner than ever. With a small list of shopping every 15 days, we are still able to come up with different recipes every day. Everybody has tried their hands on bringing out their inner chefs, but to be able to convert popular recipes into tasty vegan dishes, with simple ingredient swaps is all it takes! So, sharing my discovery of the vegan pantry essentials for an efficient vegan kitchen.

  • History and Modern Day Veganism

    Most recently, during the 2010s, veganism has entered mainstream culture and is increasingly identified as a major diet style. Increasing concerns for the environment, animal welfare, and health have been synonymous with a marked increase in vegan-friendly food outlets, new vegan products, and plant-based meat imitations. The market for plant-based alternatives is flourishing while diluting the purpose and benefits of whole-foods, plant-based nutrition to an extent. Vegan diet now has a variety of junk food options available, so as to allow non-vegans to make a switch easy.

  • Heart-Healthy Quick Noodles

    Ever heard of a dish that promises health and exhibits an exciting play of flavour and colour on our plates? We all know that in order to be healthy, we need to eat our colors, and in all forms - leaves, roots, stems and everything plants provide. There is this huge root with pulp that has a sweet taste and it is usually of a dark crimson red colour with purple tinges. (love love love!) Hated by most of us, but it is surely loved when converted into yummy dishes. Yes, Beetroot! The healthiest in the root-family and packed with essential nutrients, beetroots are a great source of fiber, folate…

  • Lauki Kofta Curry

    Bottle Gourd or Doodhi or Lauki is one of the highly underrated vegetables I guess. I really believe that all the haters of lauki that I know were not served the tastier versions of this very nutritious vegetable. Even in my home, I have seen only 2-3 versions including a sweet! You might have noticed that in hospitals they serve lauki generously; that is because it is high in water content (92%) and it helps lower bad cholesterol. It is a rich source of Vitamin C, Kand Calcium. It is also beneficial for diabetic patients.