Potato and Swiss Chard Curry — by VEGAN FOOD FOR PEACE

Here’s a delicious and easy dish that seems, incidentally, to touch on all the reasons why I write this blog! Firstly, I’m not writing a ‘cheffy’ blog…there are people who do that incredibly well already, and I’m not one of them. I hope that I’m offering recipes that provide ordinary, everyday, tasty, nutritional, economical solutions to cooking […]

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Celery and Butterbean Gratin. — by VEGAN FOOD FOR PEACE

The star of this dish is a versatile Mediterranean-style sauce …. using preserved lemons. Gratin originated in French cuisine, and traditionally uses vegetables cooked in a cream sauce, and topped with crispy brown crust, which can be toasted under the grill. A while ago I made a jar of preserved lemons, however, you can buy […]

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Jerk refers to a style of cooking, usually of meat, that originates in Jamaica. Marinaded in a hot spicy paste, that traditionally includes scotch bonnet chillies and allspice. In the spirit of all things vegan, I thought I would try it with tempeh, which is good at soaking up flavours if you treat it […]

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Rice and Beans Jamaican Style. — by VEGAN FOOD FOR PEACE

This is simple …. and simply delicious. Comfort food at its very best. Mellow, warming and nutritious. I love it 🙂 It’s all in the flavour: a great spice combination and the mellow creaminess of coconut milk. I used pea beans, (I grew them myself 🙂 ) but you can use kidney beans too. You […]

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ASTROLOGICAL FORECAST FOR DECEMBER! The last surprises of the year.

DSC_0311.JPGSo, the year of Mars gradually turns off its influence, giving way for the year of Sun. But in the end Mars will still delight us with the most vivid manifestations. Therefore, in December, we can not be protected from unexpected surprises, although those who are preparing the surprises for us thought of everything very carefully. As the saying goes, a good surprise is a well-prepared surprise. Analysis by Anna Semeyonova

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