The Vegan Stoner or how to feed your head..

The Vegan Stoner or how to feed your head..
A few days ago, I stumbled over an amaizing and rather unusual but stylish food blog. I like food blogs with simple but innovative recipes and this one has just the right combination of healthy yet still mouthwatering food. The name kind of gives it away… this is comfort food at its finest!


I’m not vegetarian let alone vegan but it’s nice to know where too look up convenient and easy to make recipes for when there’s not much in the fridge. And besides, I tend to have my “vegetarian phases” where I don’t like to cook nor eat or smell meat. Unbelivable but true. Fortunately these alienating phases never last on for too long.. :etone: but still, eating vegetarian isn’t only healthy and more ethical but also very sparing with your portemonnaie. It’s crazy how much meat costs here in Switzerland!! So why not grab some yummy vegetables and toss it with some tofu or legumes instead?


The creative heads behind this likable and refreshig food blog are Sarah & Graham, two designers that totally know how to make cooking a fun experince. Their recipes are all illustrated and easy to follow. Yesterday I tried their Chickpea Curry which was done in about twenty minutes and tasted heavenly! I picked out some of their freshest and most summer suitable recipes but for all the other tempting recipes, I warmly recommend you to check out their site! :bang:


I think their illustrations are fun and humorous and as you can see on the pictures, the dishes look down-to-earth but very hearty. My next candidates will be the Plantain Chips & Dip and that badass Melon-Fresca!
Did you get the munchies yet? :omnom:
Well you see how little you need to create a full meal with only few ingredients so go on and feed your craving head! But beware of late-night munchies!!!

byebye,

8 Responses »

  1. mmm these look so tasty! And so healthy as well! I don’t like to eat huge amounts of meat as even though I don’t think eating meat is wrong I’m not that comfortable eating huge amounts of meant unnecessarily… I know I’m crazy!

    I’ll definitely give some of these a go, it seems a great way to use up some of the veggies that just sit in the fridge :) Checking out their site now! xxx

  2. how very interesting! I love the illustrations!

    Ah…no unfortunately over here meat per weight is cheaper than vegetables and fruit. We actually spend quite a lot on food a week compared to most average students because we fill our shopping trolley with lots of fresh fruit, fresh veg, and a bit of meat every week. I have always been taught that eating healthily is number 1, and not to care too much about the price because at the end of the day its going into your body.

    I think without meat is also not good, but too much meat is not good too! Everything in moderation!~~

    We don’t eat tonnes of meat, in fact I try to keep the amount we eat down, because eating too much is not good for you. I am all for slicing up 1 single steak into tiny slivers and sauteeing it with vegetables, throwing some in soup, and so on…so that one steak can be 1 meal for two…sometimes even for two days if it a slightly bigger one. The boyfriend however loves to eat meat so I need to keep a close eye on him! LOL xD I try to make sure we eat fish at least once a week, and the rest of the time it’s mainly pork…sometimes chicken. And one or two days a week I do a no meat day which is completely veggies, or with egg or tofu instead. :)

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  4. Yummy yummy. I´m really going to make my own popsicles, after I read your post about it ^^
    Thanks! I´m feeling better now ^^

  5. I’ve made Melon Fresca before (I usually make some melon for my family and make a strawberry/frozen peach substitution for me as I don’t like melon). It’s delicious. What a cute blog! Thanks for sharing!

  6. thx für die übersetzung! :) wusste nicht, was das heißt hehe…

    ja also ich war immer skeptisch bei vapiano – weil ich finde, dass man halt dafür, dass man sich seine ssen selbst holen muss (=fastfood) relativ viel bezahlt und es auch wesentlich bessere italinier gibt – aber für zwischendurch isses gut und die pizza is lecker!=)

    btw. ich versuche einmal die woche vegetarisch oder vegan zu essen – steht auf meiner to-do “project day zero” liste drauf heheh :D

  7. Oh I totally agree :etone: , although I’m no were near to being a vegetarian I believe that we really don’t need to eat as much meat as we do!
    People just need to be inspired to be a bit more adventurous with their veg eating habits… :kitsune:

  8. hey,

    thanks for your comment:-) This recipes seems to be very delicoius, i think i have to try some.

    greets Sarah

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