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Fast vegan brownie

I have noticed that when I get sad, I don’t want to use any social sites. It’s completely logic because when I am sad, it gets really difficult to do something or even feel good about what I am doing. Autumn sadness gets to quite a lot of people, so I say, let’s get it together and make something so we would feel better. For example – make a pie.

fast vegan brownie

I avoided sweets for quite a long time because I was afraid that I will gain weight that I lost when I started eating vegan dishes. I can also say that it’s hard to find some vegan sweets. So I decided to don’t eat sweets at all. But one day I decided that it won’t be a disaster if I will bake a pie. I instantly said – it is by far the best dessert that I have ever made. Everything about it was perfect.

fast vegan brownie

A lot of people imagine that vegan sweets are healthier than usual, but I want to accentuate that most of the time it isn’t the truth. This fast vegan brownie has a lot of sugar and oil. It is healthier just as much healthy is to not eat milk products and eggs. Here I changed egg with avocado, butter – coconut oil and cream/milk – coconut milk. It tastes heavenly and u wouldn’t even think that there aren’t any products that are used for usual pies.

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Crispy chocolate candies

Crispy chocolate candies are really crispy but not too sweet. It fills your stomach instantly – after two pieces you will feel full. You don’t even need to drink tea or some other drink because candy is not dry. As soon as you touch them, you will feel how coconut oil is melting on your fingers. The heavenly taste will make you crazy about these candies, believe me!

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Kitchen Magic: Becoming an Intuitive Cook

Don’t you love it when you go off-script at dinner time, working with what you have, and it turns out awesome? Yeah, that’s some kitchen magic: when an unplanned, improvised meal turns into a satisfying eating experience for all involved.

This happened to me the other night. I had some brown rice, onions, and a boatload of zucchini and squash because of summer. Sure, I could’ve sauteed up the veggies and piled them on the rice but we didn’t just want food. We wanted dinner. A meal. So I took to the internet for an Asian-inspired sauce that fit the limitations at hand, as I was out of ginger and finding an Asian dish that doesn’t involve fish sauce, oyster sauce, eggs, or the like, can be tricky. Soon we had a delicious supper that rivaled any take-out (sauce here) and will probably be in our rotation from here on out.

I am not a recipe writer by any means, but it’s a regular thing for me to take bits a pieces from several different recipes alongside whatever ingredients I have in the pantry to come up with something quasi-unique. There is a lot of freedom in this, am I right? Improvised cooking makes eating at home more fun, more creative, more cost-effective, and a lot less stressful. You feel in control of things without being glued to the page (or screen).

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