Some things really get me off the wrong foot when they appear in my morning Facebook/ Instagram/ email feed. The word “detox“, for instance, always seems to hit exactly that nerve.
Especially now, with all those (often questionable) New Year’s resolutions, People will spend hundreds of euros/ dollars/ pounds on a couple of days worth of juices which all have in common that they are of strange colour and often rather nauseating taste. Oh, and have I mentioned that they are useless too? Continue reading Aliciouslife: Detox
In line with other month-long pledges such as Movember,
Ocsober/ Frocktober and the like, 2015 started out with
Veganuary, a pledge to live vegan for the first month of the year.
This wonderful challenge is currently in its 3rd year, with its aim to inform non-(or not yet-) vegans about how easy it is to cut meat, egg, dairy and honey from your diet and how much good it will do to you as well as the environment. Continue reading Aliciouslyvegan: Veganuary
With the onset of veganism as a more common concept of life over the last couple of years, raw recipes have also made their way into the everyday kitchen. My everyday kitchen at least.
By today, I’m not at all convinced why I should forgo a hot cup of soup, tea or – heaven forbid – coffee, but a year ago I couldn’t imagine myself choosing not to consume anything derived from animals either.
Something I saw on a multitude of blogs were bliss balls Continue reading Aliciouslyvegan: Bliss balls
Whoever claims they would never eat vegan food (I’m rolling my eyes at them here) have usually at least had this simplest-of-all vegan dishes before: a salad. Continue reading Aliciouslyvegan: A bowl of salad
Having not yet mastered the art of baking bread (simply by never trying more than the occasional damper) I still felt like adding something homemade to our brunch table the other week that looked kind of fancy. Italian food is always fancy, or so I thought, and ended up with this easy focaccia recipe which turned out extremely well (and a little fancy) Continue reading Aliciouslyvegan: Rosemary garlic focaccia
As you will have seen on my bucket list, the list of places I want to travel to is nigh endless. However, there are a few parts of this planet my urge to get to (again) is especially strong. These are in no particular order Continue reading Alicioustravels: My 10 dream destinations
Upon returning from New Zealand, Mr A and I introduced monthly date nights. After the first one at Maschu Maschu was a big success, the most recent took place at Marks , a much-talked of restaurant in the 7th district. Continue reading Aliciouslyvegan: Dinner at Marks
Since the restaurant at IZD-Tower doesn’t offer any vegan meals other than salads and even the snack bar hasn’t positively responded to my email asking whether they would like to include one plant-based wrap (I suggested a hummus-falafel option) I usually bring my own lunch to work. Continue reading Aliciouslyvegan: Office food
For the better part of 2014 I have strictly followed a plant-based diet. Only recently did I come across an article of someone claiming that for whatever reason you became vegan in the first place, those who stick to it will increasingly see the political dimension. At first I thought “not me”, but when thinking about it I realized how spot-on he was. Continue reading Aliciouslyvegan: Continuing my journey
Mr A is slowly getting to the point where he’s had his fill of pumpkins for the seasons. I on the other hand am only getting started. Continue reading Aliciouslyvegan: Stuffed pumpkin