Quarantine Kitchen

My recipes became simple and quick as i only had the ingredients that arrived in my weekly imperfect foods box to work with. Garlic bread was made from chickpea/fava bean flour, tapioca flour, water, vegan butter, and garlic. Pizza pasta was a can of tomatoes, some almond “cheese” and gluten-free pasta. I tried to make […]

Quarantine Kitchen

As time went on i began getting inventive with the limited kitchen supplies i had in stock. Items i would have bought readily before such as vegan milk and butter were marked up to a pricey amount. Pieces of produce in the health-food store in town were a dollar a piece or more. I began […]

New Yogurt Flavors

Originally i used a bag of frozen strawberries from walmart to make the non-dairy yogurt cups i enjoyed with breakfast. However, after i stopped going to the grocery store i relied on whatever fruit i received in my fedex box to dictate the weekly flavor of the “yogurt” cups. Apple was the most common flavor […]

It’s What’s for Supper

Okay, the first picture shown is my peanut butter banana cookie dough vegan smoothie. There are these oat bars. Bob’s red mill makes them. They have a peanut butter, coconut, oat, honey bar that tastes just like a chewy peanut butter cookie; the kind grown ups used to give you for free in the grocery […]

Buying Directly From the Farmers

The potatoes and the butternut squash came from a local market called “Jenschke Farms”. Its a little white shack with a porch that sits adjacent to the local grocery store in town. They don’t have a neon “open” sign in the window. They have two flags mounted in holders on either side of the porch. […]

Country Cooking in the Tiny House

I am a gluten free pescatarian. I eat fish and quail eggs but no meat or poultry. So, all the meat products you see here are plant-based. Most of them are manufactured by the “beyond meat” company (and pretty darn tasty if i may add). The alternative noodles are made from peas, lentils, or rice. […]