☼ Hi little suns ! 😀 I know this is an article in French, but it describes very well what a vegan eats, and that we can have lot of diferent meals, as much (maybe more ? ) as omnivorous people 🙂

We Are Vege

Alors ça c’est de la question à 3000 ! Mais oui, comment faire ses courses quand on est vegan ?
Je pourrais vous dire d’enfiler un manteau (ou un simple blouson si le temps est plus clément), sortir de chez vous, fermer la porte et vous rendre clopin-clopant jusqu’au magasin de victuailles avant de récupérer un panier/caddie et acheter vos petits produits. Mais bien entendu, cela ne vous aiderait pas beaucoup. Alors pour vous, ce soir, je vais relever ce défi incroyable qu’est de faire ses courses EN TANT QUE VEGAN !

Hum, bien…

Changer de façon de s’alimenter peut paraître un peu effrayant au début. “Comment qu’j’vais m’y prendre ?” “Qu’est c’on va manger ?” “J’remplace par quoi le boeuf ?” “Pourquoi z’ont voté Trump ces cons ?” “Est c’on a vraiment marché sur la lune ?” ou “Ptain mais qu’est c’j’suis en train de lire bon dieu ?”.

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Green curry chickpeas

☼ Hey hey sunny friends !

What do you thing about having a curry full of proteins? Taste of India guaranteed ! :*

I love Asian food : Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Thaï, Indonesian, … And yesterday night I wanted to make a little culinary travel !

So to make this curry, you will need :

  • Ingredients (for 2 or 3 servings)
    • Olive oil (or other vegetable oil, 2 tablespoons)
    • Onion (1/4, minced)
    • Lemon
    • Soaked and boiled chickpeas (310g)
    • Green curry paste (1 & 1/2 teaspoon)
    • Coconut milk (1/2 can)
  • Preparation
    • In a sauce pan, heat the oil
    • Add and stir the onion
    • Cut a thin slice of lemon and add it in the sauce pan
    • When the onion begin to brown, add the chickpeas, and stir well
    • Add the curry paste, stir
    • Add the coconut milk and use a little fire.
    • Let cook for 5 to 8 minutes, stirring regularly
    • Serve with rice (basmati is perfect, I used brown rice) and Indian roti (yes, I know, it’s a piece of a baguette)

☼ ENJOY your LIFE ☼

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Fried veggies !

☼ Hiya my little suns! ♥

I made this plate 4 days ago, and now, I’m sharing it with you.

I had lots of vegetables to eat, so I decided to cook them all together!

I took pictures all during the preparation, but my camera is old, tired, and maybe I need to change the objective, so, all the pictures have a really bad quality (blur, too much light, too dark, too close, etc). It makes me feel like I don’t know how to take photos, but NO, I disagree! x’D

Next time, I’ll try with my smartphone, and with daylight 🙂

So, here is the recipe! 🙂

Don’t forget, I share principally the ingredients and how I cooked, but feel completely free to add or remove ingredients, change the proportions, and cook as you like. Write your own song! 🙂

Ingredients :

  • Carrots (4 or 5)
  • Red pepper (1/2)
  • Green pepper (1/2)
  • Mushrooms (4)
  • Broccolis (2)
  • Zucchini (1/2)
  • Chickpeas (4 hands)
  • Vegetable Oil (Colza/Rape – 1 tablespoon)

Preparation :

  1. Prepare the vegetables:
    • Wash them
    • Carrots, peppers, mushrooms, zucchini: cut them in slices
    • Broccolis: separate the heads, cut in slices the “foot”
  2. Steam/Boil:
    • Carrots and broccolis for 5 minutes
  3. Prepare your rice
  4. Frying the vegetables:
    • Heat a pan/wok
    • Add the oil
    • Add the zucchinis and the mushrooms
    • Let “melt” during 10 minutes
    • Add the peppers and the chickpeas
    • Stir – let cook 5 minutes
    • Add the carrots and broccolis
    • Season to your taste (salt, black pepper, spices)
  5. Serve with the rice and parsley leaves
  6. ENJOY

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