Taking time to ponder, to me, usually solves problems while spontaneity is more fun and also solves problems.
My decision is based off of how this one feels.
I try to think differently with Ⓥegan inspirational recipe ideas in hopes to boost creativity around the globe.
Cooking is easy and, really, a trial and error process of learning throughout life. Recipes are guidelines and are open minded for Your adjustments. The restaurant world is obviously a different story…
Finding adventure impacts the mind so wonderfully. In nature, in hobbies, in well-being.
Hopes of this reality or maybe falsity, as it inspires myself, is wished upon all you good:) people.
A Daiya& Cilantro infused Bun was roasted.
A Portobello Mushroom Cap was infused with Daiya and roasted.
The Bun was smeared with chunky Guacamole.
The Mushroom Cap was filled w/ delicious Pico de Gallo.
The Bun was stuffed w/ the loaded Portobello Mushroom Cap, Spinach & Arugula.
Served w/ Fries and a refreshing (Good) Beer, this sandwich is explosive w/ texture and character:)
Lentili is my lazy take on a traditional chili dish, however, Lentils are utilized – and – without seasonings.
The Ⓥeggies do the talking. The flavoring.
Peppers, Jalapenos, Tomatoes, Corn – Sea Salt/Pepper simmered while a Bike Ride was had.
A great find at Aldi. Ⓥegan Mac N Cheese. Made with Almond Milk and Earth Balance Butter, this boxed Mac N Cheese is a great option.
Preparing my own food is the goal. Finding adventure is the goal. Multiple goals are the goal. Having goals are the goal, also.
My blogings are not to tell you how to do, but to try and inspire to find your own adventure. To choose a different path. Try something risky. And be smart about your well-being.
This update is common, in hopeful understanding.
Recipes are mearly guidelines. I was never a speller. Does it really matter in the hat madder?
Easy. Inexpensive. Quick. Ⓥegan.
Slight oil before Mushroom and Daiya were panfried//infused in togetherness.
Bread, Spinach and Arugula were toasted together, lightly.
A FatBike was ridden.
A Beer was enjoyed.
An Organic Seltzer brought refreshment.
I’m constantly against the microwave.
However, the easiness of this microwave/prepping of corn outweighs my microwave disgust. Corn in the husks were microwaved. The base of the corn was cut off. The ears of corn were squeezed out cleanly.
Seasoned with Sea Salt, Pepper and Chipotle powder. Earth Balance ‘butter’ completed this unbeatable side.