My friend Hannah and I decided to try out some stop motion animation with my vast collection of Lego. Our initial ideas were very ambitious, but we quickly scaled back in favour of figuring out how it even worked. This meant turning things into skeletons!
16 years ago someone introduced me to the glory that is “How’s it Going to Be?”, and that lead to the discovery of the quintessentially 90s Third Eye Blind. They’ve been on my “bands to see” list for quite some time as they rarely come to the UK. Friday was the night, and it was much […]
From Vegetarian Nosh 4 Students – Spinach, Bean and Potato Bake. Substitutions: Pure Soya (dairy free “butter”). I left out the honey but you could use Agave Nectar instead. Photo looks like a small serving, but with the beans it was more than enough.
From Vegetarian Nosh 4 Students – Tomato and Lentil Soup. Substitutions: none. The lentils really help turn this into a meal. Very quick and easy to make. I didn’t puree mine and it still tasted great.
From Vegetarian Nosh 4 Students – Sweet Potato Tagine with couscous. Substitutions: none. This feels like a big hit of nutrients. I’m not so keen on the texture of aubergine, so would probably swap this out for more courgette next time.
Barry M green and black crackle.
A combination of autumn colours as a freehand thick stripe. Orange and glitter are Barry M, purple is unknown.
From Vegetarian Nosh 4 Students – Split Pea Risotto. Substitutions: none. Hearty and filling, split peas are definitely a hit here.
From Vegetarian Nosh 4 Students – Cherry Cookies. Substitution: Pure soya (dairy free “butter”). I added some Freedom Mallows as well, which melted just like regular marshmallows. These were so good they did not last very long at all.
Barry M jelly orange, Barry M aquarium.
From Vegetarian Nosh 4 Students – Kitcherie. Substitution: soya yoghurt for yoghurt. Very tasty, lots of lovely ingredients, especially the ginger.
People have been asking me if it’s hard to find food when out and about. The answer is always “it depends”. I spend a lot of time in London, Brighton and Bristol and they all have vegan and vegetarian places galore. You’d be surprised though at how many places will have something you can eat […]