Category Archives for Green Living

A vegetarian Sunday brunch in photos

There is only one thing I love more than a lazy Sunday – a lazy Sunday with friends and delicious food! In an attempt of shaking myself out of the winter laziness I invited some friends over for a Sunday brunch, and we had some lovely hours enjoying  good company and food from different cuisines. […]

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Vegetarian phrases Italian

Italian is a Romanic language which is the official language of Italy and parts of Switzerland. According to Statistics by EU it is the mother tongue of about 65 million people, and about 29% of the Italians speak English. When you are visiting cities of Italy there will be no problem with the language, but […]

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Feeding the world, caring for the earth

The theme of the World Food Day 2014 is family farming with the slogan “feeding the world, caring for the earth”, to draw the attention to the importance of small scale agriculture as a contributor to the overall food security of the world and a sustainable food production. Enough food is a right for all […]

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Vegetarian phrases Arabic

I recently visited Egypt, which is one of the Arabic speaking countries in the world. In fact Arabic are the 5th common language in the world, and around 300 million people speak Arabic around the globe. Arabic is the official language for the Middle East countries as well as the horn and the north of […]

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Summer salad with pomegranate and coriander

Ditch the ready-to-eat salad bags in the supermarket, and make a more colorful and tasty salad from fresh veggies and sweet fruits. Salad is easy and quick to make, and this salad is perfect for the barbecue party, for a picnic in the park or as a healthy lunch or dinner. Salads are also easy […]

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Be a green traveler

Green travel, ecotourism, sustainable tourism, it is about the same issues, just with different names. The heart of the matter of green travel is about the importance of protecting nature and culture. When you travel, be conscious about the natural and cultural environment. Respect wild life and other natural resources, respect the way people live […]

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Cheesy sprinkle – vegan substitute for parmesan

Parmesan cheese is a dry Italian cheese, rich in taste, and tastes great on pasta and salads. For some vegetarians, especially for those who have just converted to a vegetarian diet, it may be a surprise that Parmesan cheese is not suitable for you – even if you include dairy in your diet. Why you […]

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Eating vegetarian in Africa – mission impossible?

Many people wonder if eating vegetarian when they travel in on the African continent will be difficult, or even impossible. I promise you, it is not! You may even find some new favorite food! I have been traveling in different parts of the African continent, and I have never starved on my journey to taste […]

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Vegetarian barbecue – skewers

I´m always excited about any occasion which involves friends and food, and this weekend I gathered with friends for the first barbecue of the year. Barbecues are usually a meaty affair for most people, and I – who have only meat-eating friends – always have to twist my head to find some nice options for […]

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Black bean burgers with coriander and red pepper

The vegetarian patties that is the essence of a veggie burger, has existed in various forms for decades in the Eurasian cuisine. In Middle Eastern and Indian cuisine it is common with patties and veggieballs like falafel, and vegetarian burgers are now commonly found in many parts of the world. What I love about vegetarian […]

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