My quick, go-to meal. I am obsessed with noodles…
Prepare your udon noodles by cooking them in a pot of boiling water for 3 to 4 minutes and then putting them into a colander
Chop up garlic, green beans, tofu, and spring onion
Heat up a saucepan, pour some sesame oil and add the garlic
After 1 minute, pour in some soy sauce, sweet rice wine, sriracha
and a dash of maple syrup to taste
Add the string beans and cook for approximately 4 minutes while stirring
Add the tofu and a pinch of salt
Mix the udon into the saucepan and stir
Pour the noodles into a bowl, add the spring onions and throw in sesame seeds
Green beans are high in fiber, great with preventing blood clots in arteries and veins, controls diabetes, is great for bone health, eye care, and also boosts your immunity! Tofu is high in protein, magnesium, iron, calcium, zinc, and vitamin B1. ♡ Plant based, baby!
Easy and filling! This meal is low in fat and a good source of protein, vitamin A + C + K + B6, dietary fiber, and magnesium.
Cook barley with 1 cup barley to 3 cup water ratio, chopped garlic and salt
Chop up more garlic for the squash
Cut squash up into medium sized cubes and heat in a pan with dairy-free butter or cooking oil of choice till cubes soften
Add apple cider vinegar, nutritional yeast, garlic salt and pepper to taste
Place in bowl and top with ground pistachios
Photos take with my Fuji Film X-T20
Im back! Canada was so beautiful, and the food was insanely delicious! I was able to hit up some great Vegan/Vegetarian restaurants while I was there, and while road tripping to Calgary from Vancouver, we stopped over a beautiful town called, Banff.
Nourish Bistro was the first international Vegan/Vegetarian I tried since turning vegan, so you can imagine what I was like reading ALL the options I had to choose from! (I was drooling much more than a kid in a candy store)…
This is the 420 Burger. Yes, I chose it because of the name… It had a charcoal bun! Interesting, and super yummm :p
The side salad; so simple but so delicious with grape vinaigrette.
The BEST dish we ordered, the Mac & Squeeze; qnocchi in a creamy coconut and smoked paprika sauce.It seriously tasted better than any mac & cheese I’ve ever had. I need to try and make this!
Nourish Bistro was so delicious, it had NO MEAT in the menu and there were vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options. I wish I was able to try all the dishes!