Vegansoulicious Ramen for those winter nights ahead!

Shiitake mushrooms are heavenly and the perfect base for a creamy, comforting homemade vegan ramen for those winters nights up ahead ❤️
It’s so easy guys and all pops into a blender and simply garnish!
The only real cooking you do is boiling some noodles 🤷🏽‍♀️
Let’s get Started!

* FIRST – Sauté Garlic & Shallots! 

  • 4 cups of dried shiitake mushrooms (from which you will get 4 cups of broth once soaked)
  • First let’s soak the dried shiitake mushrooms in 6 cups of warm water for around 15 minutes.


Place all the ingredients below in a blender with 4 cups of shiitake broth and that’s the soup base done!

1/4 cup roasted sunflower seeds

• 3 soaked shiitake mushrooms

 • 3 large shallots

• 4 Cloves of garlic

• 3 Tbsp Red Organic Miso

• 2 Tbsp nutritional yeast

• 2 Tbsp soy sauce

• 2 Tbsp Tamari

• 4 Tsp sesame oil

• 1 Tbsp minced garlic and ginger

1 packet of Japanese Ramen or soba noodles

Heat the soup in a pot until piping hot and boil your Japanese Ramen noodles separately.

Place noodles into a bowl, pour hot soup on top and garnish with the ingredients below.


• Chilli oil & Chilli flakes optional

• Sauté okra

• Sliced Shiitake mushroom from the broth

• Spring Onions

• Bean Sprouts

• Tofu

Such a satisfying bowl of goodness 🙏🏾 Even my Japanese hubby approved! 😂




This was by far the best part of our day The Union Square Greenmarket, what an explosion of wonderful flavours 🤪

Windfall Farms have the most amazing produce and Joanna Kang will guide you through and have you tasting everything! It was an education 🙏🏾 Go check em out!

Don’t be afraid to get the kids involved, they might teach you a thing or two 😉


The most interesting health benefits of red clover include its ability to treat estrogenimbalances, lower cholesterol levels, stimulate urination, boost circulation, strengthen bones, protect the immune system, reduce hypertension, and protect the cardiovascularsystem



Vitamin C content as well as some B-complex 

Helps reduce fevers 

Good to quench thirst (chew on the leaves and find out)

The leaves also contain a high amount of the mineral, calcium

Makes a great refreshing drink in summer or to cool the body if you have fever.



Vitamin K – strengthening bones and limiting neuronal damage in the brain

Vitamin A –protect you from lung and mouth cancers.

High in fiber, which acts as a laxative, which is essential for DNA synthesis, cell division, and helping to prevent neural tube defects in the newborns.

They’re an excellent source of calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, copper, and manganese and also provide healthy amounts of thiamin, niacin, pyridoxine, pantothenic acid, phosphorus, riboflavin, and zinc. 


NEED I SAY ANYMORE 🤷🏽‍♀️🙇🏾‍♀️ What a wonderful discovery we made! 

#clover #woodsorrel #chive #eatlikeanelephant #herbs #plants #edableflowers #vegankids #kidsinthekitchen #plantbasedlifestyle #kidsarethefuture #savetheanimals #savetheplanet

Homemade Almond & Walnut Butter!



Why on Earth have I been spending so much money on overly priced organic, raw nut butter? Loving making the basic things we need from scratch! 

Secret ingredient is a tablespoon of vegan bee free honey @blenditup.foods


  • 2 cups raw almonds
  • 1 cup raw walnuts
  • 4 tbsp coconut oil or any neural flavoured oil


  • 1 tbsp of Himalayan pink salt
  • Bee Free Honey add to your liking


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and roast nuts for 10-13 mins.
  2. Let the nuts cool completely then transfer to your blender.
  3. If you are using additional oil, add the oil to your blender first then the nuts.
  4. Depending on the power of you’re machine it can take anything from 1 minute to 10 mins! Be patient as it will break down.
  5. Transfer the almond butter to an airtight container and store in the refrigerator.


Enjoy guys!!