- Garden peas
- Wild rice
- Soya milk
- Organic Flour
- Linda McCartney vegan-friendly sausages
- Sesame Seeds
- Pataks Curry sauce
Into the saucepan: Carrots, red pepper, onion and mushrooms. All sliced and diced.
Into a pot: Wild rice, with a pinch of pink Himalayan sea salt.
Into a pot: Dumplings (made with soya milk)
Into the oven: Vegetarian (vegan friendly) sausages
End result = Delicious
Last night I made up a random meal – I have no instructions. I chopped and tossed things into a saucepan and a couple of pots.
I’m no chef!
I never use any measurements, unless I’m baking – I just add to the cooking tool and hope for the best. I take peace in knowing that I use minimal salt, I don’t use cows milk, and 7/10 of my ingredients are whole foods. The rest are meat-free!
I always feel happy and unrestricted, too, as I know, my meal is healthy, and my body enjoys choosing health.
I hope you feel inspired to just take the plunge into the unknown, and cook freely. Enjoy eating clean, love eating green and most importantly, eat with NO REGRETS.
Preparing meals should be an enjoyable task, one should feel excellent for eating meals containing fruits and vegetables. Mother earth has many plant-based delights for all to taste and appreciate.
I remember preparing meals in the past, my main thought was ‘what meat shall I buy?’ and my second thought was, ‘chicken, I’ll buy chicken! That’s healthy.’ To satisfy my choice, I used to prepare a meat-based meal and add a vegetable or two, to it.
Back then, I hadn’t known how much I was damaging my body, my mind and my soul. Back then, I accepted the false facts that eating chicken is part of a healthy diet. It wasn’t back then, it isn’t right now, and it never will be.
I scoffed down buckets of chicken, alongside millions of others around our world. I loved the flavours that danced on my tongue and delighted my senses. I hadn’t realised it was the seasoning all along – the herbs and spices! They made the flavours, not the chicken, not any animal meat.
Many people around the world mock those who eat vegetarian/vegan based meals. However, the joke is on them, without herbs and spices which fall under plant-based living, your meat wouldn’t be so appetising.
I’m ecstatic about my choice to become vegetarian, I’m proud to consume plant-based milk, cheese and butter. I’m positive meat-eaters alike will be overjoyed once they switch to foods from our earth, rather than eating the remains of a life that once had a beating heart.