Vegan Strawberry Mousse

Hello friends! I hope you are well doing well. Nature has been generous with me this year: the alternation of warm and radiant sunshine during the day, and heavy rain at night during these last weeks, has helped the fruits I am growing in my backyard incredibly fast! I had the pleasure of harvesting several…

Vegan Napa Cabbage Kimchi

Hello my dears! I have a slight (big?) obsession for Asian food since a few months: I cannot have enough of Japanese rice bowls with plenty of toppings, okonomiyaki, sushi, ramen… If I had to name one side dish/ topping that combines perfectly with all these dishes, it would be Korean traditional napa cabbage kimchi, called…

Oats, hazelnut & cranberry bites

Hello everyone! Here I am back after a long absence. Winter definitely does not any good to me! I ran out of energy, appetite and consequently, culinary inspiration 😥 Fortunately, spring is back in Geneva and gives me a good boost, so I am delighted to share with you this delicious recipe. These bites are…

Eggfree Chocolate Mousse

Hi everyone! Here is my first recipe created especially for #Choctoberfest 2017. I hope you enjoy it! This dessert is quick and easy to prepare, impossible to fail and soooo decadent! The rich and creamy texture of this mousse will delight chocolate lovers. This dessert is vegan and therefore contains neither dairy products nor eggs….

Palestinian dill, almond and cranberry salad

Hello everyone, Here I am again after a wonderful trip to Israel, the West Bank and Jordan, from which I brought back the recipe I am presenting today. I discovered this wonder at the end of my stay, in a Palestinian restaurant in Tel Aviv. I was intrigued by the combination off dill, almond and…

Spicy Quinoa with Veggies

Hello everyone! Since the weather doesn’t seem to know if it should stay in winter or switch permanently in the spring, I propose a recipe that you can decline in multiple ways. You can eat it warm, immediately after cooking it, or cooled down at room temperature. It will make a healthy and nourishing main course with…

Salad dressings

Adopting healthier eating habits does not necessary involve high expenses. Yes, fresh products from organic farming are more expensive than their non-organic counterparts. But have you thought of substituting some common processed foods with raw ingredients? Indeed, good quality raw food is necessarily cheaper than products that required several refining operations, as these involve more transport,…

Liebster Award Nomination

No post dedicated to food today, as I have been nominated to the Liebster Award! What is Liebster Award? It is a concept designed to advertise blogs with fewer than 200 subscribers, and get the readers to better know the people who created these blogs. After being nominated, the bloggers willing to participate to Liebster Award…

Spirulina & Asparagus Green Risotto

Hello everyone! Many people recently asked me for recipes that incorporate spirulina. This micro-algae with an intense green colour is a true nutritional miracle. Low in calories, it can contain up to 70% protein. It is also a source of carotenoids, in particular beta-carotene. Spirulina is also an excellent source of iron. Unfortunately, its particular…

Sweet or savory moffles

I bet the name of this recipe intrigues you. No, this is not an error or a misspelling. The word moffle is the contraction of mochi and waffle. Of course you know waffles, but mochi is perhaps unknown to some of you. Mochi is a dough made from glutinous rice. It is originally from China and…

Purple potato cream soup

The cold has settled and does not seem to want to leave. These low temperatures force me to draw on my reserves, I often come home feeling totally exhausted after a day spent outside. As a result, I don’t feel like spending too much time cooking, despite being hungry as a wolf and wanting to eat…

Mandarin banana bread, gluten-free & vegan

It is the high season of mandarins. Yippee! I love them when they are ripe, juicy and sweet. However, I have the following problem with them: they are often sold in 2 kg packs or more, so I stuff myself with mandarins for a few days before I get bored. I usually end up having to choose…