Abundance on my plate (+waffle recipe)

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Started the day with a bowl of fresh local fruits (which looked so freakin juicy and yummy that I had to show you guys via pictures :D) and homemade vegan gluten free waffles with soy yoghurt and blackcurrant jam! This combo thooooo *____*

And because we like sharing I’ll share my rule-of-thumb recipe!

VEGAN + GLUTENFREE BREAKFAST WAFFLES

Pour some vegan milk (I love to use vanilla rice milk because of the flavor) in a measuring cup and sweeten with a splash of agave nectar. Then put in some spoonfulls of corn flour, so that the mixture is still very fluid. Add about 1 teaspoon of baking powder and a bit of salt and vanilla (if not already in the milk).

Then put in gf-flour mix (mine from Dr. Schär mainly contains rice and potato flour) until the mixture is thick but still pourable. Btw: you can mix any gluten free flours and just experiment. Buckwheat flour is really nice as well, giving it that grainy texture, just as ground flaxseeds or coconut shreds. Have I mentioned oat flakes instead of flour? Incredibly good! You see, so many options!!

Bananas work pretty well, too, so just try out what you like but always watch out for the thick yet pourable texture!

 

I guess, this was the most unconventional recipe of all times hahah, I basically said : take milk, baking powder, flour and some substitutes of your choice, mix until thick and smooth and bake until ready 😀

Long lives the testing (cruelty free of cooourse)!

Cheers guys, have a wonderful day!

My soul speaking

IMG_8267IMG_8271Today I spent my day making sweet-potato pancakes & yes, this is a thing and makes the purrrfect vegan and gluten free american pancakes –  and sushi. Also with keeping up with my studies (hurry hurry 😛 ) and finally going to my Ultimate frisbee training. So happy that, eventually, my feet are safe and sound again so I could give my all during the session! But the best part of the day is actually NOW and started with a single feeling, because I remembered the feeling I had when I lived in England. Not because of England but because of the freedom and “isolation” (more or less) of society and its standards.  Of talking to a person on such a level that made me dream and believe and see the whole big thing, the universal life. Surprisingly enough, that person and me are currently missing the place we called home for 18 months. Never say never, we all know that, and it’s true. Ohh how sweet it is to enjoy life knowing that all the shit that might destroy your inner peace is just an absolute joke and the freedom you love is always around… or around the corner. It’s a feeling really and right know it has something to do with Bristol (and a person that chose/chooses to spend time with me) ❤