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10 Amazing Mediterranean Restaurants in Malta

As long as I can remember I’ve known the Mediterranean through the “Mediterranean diet” which has been glorified through all the health magazines and maybe too much mindbodygreen scrolling as the secret for longevity, beauty and well being. Eat a diet rich in fish, olive oil and red wine they say and you will live a […]

The Exotic Fruits of Southeast Asia You Have to Try

The exotic fruits of Southeast Asia are quite possibly going to be the biggest thing I miss about this part of the globe. When you’re traveling in Southeast Asia over an extended period of time you kind of get used the luxury of eating these exotic fruits. Now I’m in Europe and the price of one […]

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Fried Green Tomatoes with Aunt Deb – Quick Recipe with Photos!

Fried Green Tomatoes – pretty much the definition of Southern comfort. My Aunt Deb showed us how to fry them to golden perfection in our recent visit to the Midwest. Funny, they almost taste like fish (fish n chips type of fish) and definitely make you feel right at home. These are great on their […]

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My Fave Restaurant in the World: Propaganda Vietnamese Bistro

Propaganda Vietnamese Bistro in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam is officially my favourite restaurant in the world. Of course there will be many more restaurants but for now, Propaganda Vietnamese Bistro is the winner when it comes to my type of fine dining. The restaurant has just got it right. Every detail is looked after with […]

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Vegetarian Shakshuka Recipe – Israeli Style

Shakshuka. Despite the funny name, shakshuka is simply a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, chili, and onions, with a mix of spices like cumin. It’s a popular dish in the Middle East and Northern Africa. It has to be one my favourite breakfasts. The beauty of it is you can throw whatever […]

Vegan / Vegetarian Thai Cooking Class Chiang Mai

We took a vegan Thai cooking course in Chiang Mai, Thailand today at a cute little restaurant called Morning Glory (the name of a popular Thai vegetable). Our lovely instructor, Diana, started our class at 9am and took us to the local market. She led us through the alleys, hugging the stall holders as we […]

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What are the Health Benefits of Sugarcane Juice?

Sugarcane juice. Stalls all around town are crushing the tall sugar cane stalks and serving it ice old. It’s scorchingly hot out here in Vietnam and my body is craving it. Jonas, worried about my sugar intake, urges me not to indulge. It’s bad for you he says. For some reason, my body is telling […]

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The Health Benefits of Roselle Juice

I was introduced to roselle juice (or rather tea as it is brewed) for the first time in Northern Thailand. First, I had roselle hibiscus kombucha from a cool little fermentation cafe in the hippy town of Pai. Then, we discovered the hidden treasure of The Land Split. A donation based rest stop where a […]

The Land Split – A Hidden Treasure in Northern Thailand

Once upon a time there was a Thai couple and a farm. Farming is all the Thai couple knew and they loved the land. They grew many vegetables and supported their family for decades. Then one day something awfully peculiar happened… The land split. The land split in two and separated forming a large crack […]

Thai style Black Sticky Rice Recipe

Thai style Black Sticky Rice with coconut milk and fresh banana We found a lovely Thai vegan restaurant in Chiang Mai called Morning Glo ry. I went everyday for their black sticky rice with coconut milk, mango and banana. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, really doesn’t matter it works for every meal. I loved the recipe so […]