About minimalist-traveller

Vegan travel blogger, recipe creator, Psychology Master, coach and photographer.

Vegan Catering

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As some of you know, I started my first coding course in January. This is the result of my new hobby 🙂 I finally finished my website for my catering and other food related things I have been doing. Wie … Continue reading

Coconut carrot soup with ginger

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This is one of my favourite soups. It is sweet, spicy, creamy, and a bit salty. Turmeric contains compounds with health benefits (e.g. anti-inflammatory, antioxidant). The most important is curcumin. Curcumin is not well absorbed into the bloodstream. Black pepper, … Continue reading

Creamy Banana Oatmeal

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This is my breakfast since years. It is very easy to prepare, nutritiously balanced, and filling until lunch time. Since it doesn’t require any plant-based milk and is very adaptable, it is easy to prepare almost everywhere in the world. … Continue reading

Kimchi

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Kimchi is spicy, fermented cabbage flavoured with garlic, ginger, and chillies which I learnt to love when I spent some time in Seoul. Most Koreans eat a little kimchi with each meal or at least once a day. It is … Continue reading

Cacao Energy Balls

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Those energy balls are great as a snack. Since they are high in fat they satisfy for a longer time. I also use this recipe to make a (raw) cake base. If you can’t find Medjool dates, use maple syrup. … Continue reading

Ajvar

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A delicious roasted bell pepper and eggplant spread that we discovered with delight on our trip in Southeast Europe. Grocery stores have countless varieties. The best Ajvar we ate in a family in Bosnia-Herzegovina. It is sweet, sour, salty, and … Continue reading

Useful Things to Know Before You Visit Vietnam

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Vietnam, officially called the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, is a country I wanted to visit since years. This year in 2019 we spend two months (September and October) in this beautiful country. Although Vietnam remains officially committed to socialism, its … Continue reading

Useful Things to Know as a Vegetarian or Vegan in Vietnam

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Some Asian cuisines like Chinese, Thai, and Korean are traditionally based around the five taste “elements”: spicy (metal), sour (wood), bitter (fire), salty (water) and sweet (earth). The Vietnamese cuisine has the same tradition. All of those five tastes are … Continue reading