Olive Tapenade, Fig and Olive Tapenade and Sundried Tomato Tapenade

  • 22 October 2020

Three Tapenade Recipes (one is an olive free tapenade for those who are not olive fans) Last week we filmed the online cooking course ‘Cooking at Home with Veet’ that will be launched mid November. What an incredible experience and what an incredible course it is. It is five modules packed with delightfully delicious vegan food that also happens to be gluten free and refined sugar free. It’...


Raw Cacao and Avocado Smoothie

  • 08 October 2020

A Blissful Recipe and Countdown to the Launch of the Online Course Still on mood foods this week. I don’t know about you but it has been an up and down week for me. When feeling the blues one of the better foods to reach for is raw cacao. This recipe is essentially a smoothie but if you put less liquid in you can eat it as a mousse.   Raw cacao contains anandamide, which in very...


Biriyan Mullumbi

  • 01 October 2020

Cooking for the Mood You Are In Hope you are all enjoying the change in season. It feels like we skipped spring where I live and moved straight into summer. I am sure the spring weather is going to arrive though. It’s just hot right now. And I have a hot theme. Are any of you on Facebook™ and do you follow the Healthy Vegan Food with Veet page? We are having theme weeks over there and last...


Salads for Both Hemispheres

  • 17 September 2020

Pumpkin, Tempeh, Olive and Quinoa Salad and Roast Cauliflower, Peas and Hazelnut Pasta Salad If you can’t wait to find out the big news at Veet’s Vegan Cooking School skip the recipe and go to the message at the end of the newsletter. If you can wait then you are in for a treat with these two delicious salads that can be eaten in both hemispheres, as they are equally delicious hot or cold...



  • 01 September 2020

Last of the Soup Recipes (going out with the best) I imagine this week’s recipes will be the last of the soup recipes for this year as where I live we are slipping nicely into spring. It looks like I have saved the best soup for last.   Years ago, before I was a qualified vegan chef I used to make a delicious Borscht soup. I tired of it though as it was blended soup and while I...


Paula’s Baked Beans

  • 18 August 2020

Paula Nailed it Again, a Fabulous Recipe the Children Will Love - Home Made Baked Beans It’s children’s recipe this week and the lovely Paula who is half way through the Vegan Chef Training has once again developed a recipe for us. Paula’s last recipe, Macaroni Cheese was a winner and so is this one.   I tried out and tweaked the recipe this week and it is so good. Makrand...


Pea and Zucchini Soup

  • 12 August 2020

A Delicious Green Soup that is Great for Relationships It’s a very breezy cool day where I live today so this week’s recipe is very fitting. I also think this soup would go well as a spring or early autumn soup. It’s book review week this week. I have this lovely book at home, once again not vegan but definitely vegetarian and the recipes are so easily adaptable when you know how (that’s...


Quick Vegan Quiche

  • 04 August 2020

If you need cheering up this week take time out in the kitchen Wow what a week.  Love sent to you all and especially those of you who once again find yourselves in lockdown. I hope you have the ingredients to cook up feasts for yourself during this time. Food is our saviour right now. Get cooking for yourself, your loved ones and your neighbours.   This week was request week and...


Green Papaya Curry Kerala Style

  • 28 July 2020

The Health Benefits of Green Papaya and a New Beaut Recipe to Showcase this Mighty Fruit If you live in an area where green papaya is in season right now I suggest making the most of it as green papaya rocks not only in taste but in the nutrition and health benefits department.     My sister in law loves green papaya and unfortunately she doesn’t get it so much as she...


Not Salmon Cakes and Jam Drops

  • 02 July 2020

Penny's Gran’s Salmon Cakes and Jam Drops Veganised This week’s blog comes with quite a story. I hope you love stories. I love stories, my grandmother always told us stories and I would relish in every word.   Its book review week and I am reviewing a very special book this week that unfortunately isn’t for sale. It’s a family cookbook of my best friend from school’s...