I’ve been very keen to click the follow button on Insta lately.
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While I don’t follow recipes, I do like to read recipes. Minimalist Baker is a go-to source for food inspo: I’m sure this applies to all vegans. Not sure why it never occurred to me to follow on Insta until now, I usually just visit the website.
Have I or have I not followed any account that is not about the being vegan lately??
Depends on how you define lately.
..but probably not. Vegan food, anyone?
Pumpkin Bread Salad with Pomegranate by @eatsleepgreen 💚 Recipe as posted on eat-sleep-green.de: Serves 2 1 hokkaido pumpkin (ca. 800 g) 1 clove of garlic 3 big red onions 2 tbsp olive oil salt, pepper 3 slices of whole-grain bread 1 handful of baby spinach seeds of ½ pomegranate 1tbsp pistachios For the dressing: 2 tbsp olive oil 1 tbsp balsamico vinegar 1tsp maple syrup salt, pepper Preheat the oven to 200C/400F. Wash the pumpkin, cut it in halves, remove the seeds with a tablespoon and cut it into wedges. Peel garlic and onions, cut the onions into quarters. Spread all on a baking tray which is covered with pan liner, mix with 1.5 tbsp olive oil, salt and pepper and bake approx. 35 min. Cube the bread, roast golden brown with 0.5 tbsp oil in a pan, let the croutons cool down. Mix all the ingredients for the dressing with 3 tbsp water in a high container until it‘s creamy. Wash the spinach and spin-dry it. Chop the pistachios. Carefully mix the cooled down veggies in a big bowl with bread cubes, pomegranate seeds and the dressing. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Gently fold in spinach, sprinkle with pistachios and serve at once. #bestofvegan
Bonus: here is one I quickly followed, and as quickly unfollowed:
Yes I do need fabulous women in my feed, lots and lots of them.
Ayn Rand, HOWEVER, is not one of them.
Someone commented that maybe her ideas weren’t great (that’s putting it mildly, Ayn Rand’s a fan of unregulated capitalism); it was either taken down or the person who commented removed it.
Ayn is still there tho.
I can’t accept that. Just can’t.