Beetroot Carpaccio

Beetroot & Egg Salad

BBQ & Lentil Muffins

Blackbean Spaghetti

Buckwheat Sushi

Carrot Pancakes

Cauliflower Pizza

Cauliflower Rice

Celeriac Stack

Coconut & Pumpkin Soup

Creamy Vegan Potato Salad

Doppelgänger Pasta

Eggplant Mini Pizzas

Fennel & Apple Salad (RAW)

Greens Bowl

Green Soup

Grilled Eggplant Salad

Kohlrabi Carpaccio (RAW)

Leafy Green Salad (RAW)

Monday Salad Bowl

Miso Soup and Vegetables

Moroccan Miso Soup

Mushroom & Celeriac Soup

Pad Thai (RAW)

Red Lentil Curry

Rice Paper Rolls (RAW)

Roasted Veggie Salad
Roasted Veggie Special

Satay Cashew Balls (RAW)

Stuffed Aubergine

Stuffed Capsicum

Sushi Burrito

Spaghetti Squash

Spiced Indian Tempeh

Sweet Potato Pizza

Quinoa Sushi w/ Paw Paw

Zuccini Pasta (RAW)



Avocado Mousse (RAW)

Banana Coconut Pie (RAW)

Baked Oatmeal

Beetroot Cake (RAW)

Black Bean Brownies

Blue & Acai Raw Cake

Carrot Banana Cake

Carrot Cake (RAW)

Chai & Apple Bircher

Chia Pudding (RAW)

Cherry Clafoutis

Chocolate Cream (RAW)

Choc Macaroons (RAW)

Chocolate Tart (RAW)

Cocoberry Popsicles

Coconut Shortbread

Date & Ginger Cake


Heart Chocolates (RAW)

Lemon Tarts (RAW)
Mango & Turmeric Oats

Millet Bake

Muesli Bars (RAW)

Orange & Almond Cake

Peanut Butter Cups (RAW)

Poppy & Prune Cake

Poppy Seed & Apple Cake

Quinoa Cashew Corners

Raspberry & Apple Crumble

Snickers (RAW)

Super Protein Balls (RAW)
There's a Carrot in my Piñata



Ayurvedic Chai Spice Tea

Almond Milk (RAW)

Alphabet Crackers

Beetroot Chips

Beetroot Hummus

Black Sticky Rice Pudding

Bone Broth w/ Vegetables

Cashew Cheese (RAW)

Corn Tortillas

Chicken Soup/Stock

Flaxseed & Spirulina Crackers

Fruit Bowl (RAW)

Green Juice (RAW)

Homemade Jam (low sugar)

Hummus w/ Dukkah

Juice Shots (RAW)

Natural Sweetener

Nepali Rice Pudding

Nut Butter (RAW)

Olives (Black)

Root Veggie Mash

Salsa (RAW)

Soaking Nuts & Seeds

Smoothie Special

Sweet or Salty Lassi

Tropical Fruit Sorbet (RAW)

Turmeric Latte



Bee Pollen Cookies (RAW)

Christmas Smoothie (RAW)


Watermelon (RAW)




Vegetarian, Fermented Foods, Gluten Free, Healthy Eating, Organic

Ideas and recipes from sunny Australia, for nourishing,
wholesome foods, prepared
with holistic ingredients that
love you back.

Many moons ago my friend Kirstin and I would often have lunch at a tiny restaurant in downtown El Paso. We weren't going there because of culinary reasons but mostly to hang out with the 'cool' Emo kids who were either dedicated vegans (or veggos at the least). Furnished exclusively with cheap plastic, our after school hang out was run by a friendly Indian cook and his Arabian wife.


We loved them and they loved us. There weren't many places where a group of teenage punks was greeted with a warm smile. We brought them plenty of business in return.


They introduced us to exotic tasting Arabian and Oriental foods and as there were no menus, we would devour with delight, what was served, as long as it was meat free. Emo kids take their diet very seriously!


Here, I tasted a variety of rich, creamy and delicious lassi, which is basically an Indian-style pioneer of what we know today as the smoothie.


There are two types – sweet and salty lassi. Both are power-packed with probiotics, fruit, spices or herbs to
help aid digestion.


Main ingredient is cultured yogurt
(a sour fermented form of milk) rich in

protein, B-vitamins, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, folic acid and if made freshly, contains countless good bacteria for the urinary tract, stomach and gut.


Lassi makes the yogurt even more light and digestible, so in Ayurveda it's highly recommended to drink this beverage after a meal or first thing in the morning, instead of breakfast.


Find three of my favourite recipes here. Depending on the fruit in season or whatever you have on hand, this lovely drink has a cooling effect on your body with unique digestive and health benefits.




1 cup fresh or frozen berries

(strawberry, raspberry, blueberry)

1 cup organic yogurt

1/4 tsp ground cardamom

handful of ice to blend

(if using frozen berries you won't need ice)


Combine all ingredients in a high speed food processor and blend until smooth.






1 cup fresh or frozen mango

1 cup organic yogurt

1/2  tsp ground turmeric

1/2 tsp fresh grated ginger

handful of ice to blend

(if using frozen mangos you won't need ice)


Combine all ingredients in a high speed food processor and blend until smooth.






1 cup organic yogurt

1 tsp roasted and ground cumin

1 tsp sea salt

mint to garnish


Dry roast cumin seeds in a pan on low/medium heat until they are golden brown and release their aroma. Allow to cool and then  crush using a pestle and mortar.


Blend all the ingredients except the mint until smooth. Garnish with fresh mint leaves.

NOTE: Eating fewer animal products is a good choice for the environment. When and if you choose to eat animal products you can make a significant difference by supporting sustainable and organic farms in your local community. By eating animal products raised on such farms you provide the healthiest choice for your family and support the farms that support healthy and ecological neighborhoods.


When consuming diary, I buy organic whole milk which is free of antibiotics, added hormones, GMO feed an other drugs and chemicals. Yes, it is more expensive, but every dollar you spend supports someone and something.


Recipe for Quinoa Sushi with Paw Paw

Quinoa Sushi with Paw Paw

Moroccan Miso & Pumpkin Soup

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