Probably every country has their own Christmas traditions. So I thought I’d share some of mine, which happen to be Lithuanian. Here we go!
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Two weeks ago I shared what I eat on a weekend, and now you’ll see what I ate on a weekday when I go to uni. Enjoy!
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I started looking for new flavors recently and this is how this recipe was born. Peanut butter and coconut cream gives it a creamy and subtly sweet tastes which goes really well with the spiciness of the chili. You can really customize this dish to your taste. Add more or less chili to adjust spiciness. Also, add more veggies. Carrots or mushrooms would work well.
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I often watch what I eat in a day videos, so I thought that I want to make one myself. I did that on Saturday (October 1st). I didn’t have many plans that day, I mostly worked on my university stuff. So you can see, what I ate on such a day.
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Mushroom season! I used to really hate mushrooms, but recently I have been letting them into my kitchen to give them a second chance. First, I got my hands on some chanterelles and turned them into this amazing, creamy and thick soup – perfect for these cold September evenings. I hope even mushroom haters try out this soup!
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Summer is the time to enjoy fresh fruit and veggies. If you grow them yourself, it can even get overwhelming and you may run out of ideas on what to do with them. At the moment I live in an apartment, so I only grow some herbs and chili peppers and home, but I was recently given lots of fresh tomatoes. I though about what to do with them for a while, until I decided to settle on a pureed soup. The recipe is very easy, but delicious. Even my boyfriend, who doesn’t really like tomatoes, asked to make it again!
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