This week I contributed an article to The Muse, my university’s student paper. It’s about “flexitarianism” and the benefits of being open to vegetarian cooking. You can read the article here if you are interested.
I recently read a very interesting article over at Food Renegade. Have you noticed that when you buy a particular brand of orange juice, it always has a consistent taste, but different brands have their own “flavour”? Many orange juices are labeled “100% orange juice” and the ingredient list will reflect that.
But it’s not that simple. Juice made from all-natural oranges should have inconsistencies in flavour — not every orange tastes the same. To make a long story short, many of these “100%” orange juices are not as natural as you would think. Read the entire article here.
Yes, I assure you, I am still alive. Being busy with work and a dwindling pantry stock has left me unable to provide any real recipes for the last couple of weeks. What I would like to share, however, is a website that might interest some Bachelor Pan readers, and it comes with an impressive free e-cookbook.
Jules Clancy, over at thestonesoup.com, blogs about simple, minimalist recipes. Her focus is to create simple, beautiful meals that use only 5 ingredients or less. This simple approach to cooking is similar to what I am trying to promote here at Bachelor Pan, so I thought it would be good if I shared her website here.
All of the recipes in Clancy’s book are intended to be easy to prepare and take less than 10 minutes. They are also accompanied by beautiful photos. By all means, visit her website and check out the e-cookbook, which is available to download as a PDF.