If you follow any of my social media accounts (they can be found over there on the right), then you will know that I have been unable to update maximumvegan.com or longplayerkitchen.com due to rehabbing a herniated disc in my neck. My C5 disc has bulged into my C6 nerve which is a nerve that … More I am going completely raw for 21 days.
Ethiopian food is amazing, if you ever get the opportunity to go to an Ethiopian restaurant, I highly recommend it. Heavily spiced lentils served with Injera (flatbreads) are what you can expect and they taste incredible, however, being able to track down the various spices elsewhere in the World though, can be really difficult, so … More Ethiopian Style Lentil Stew
If you eat a plant based diet, then you are probably used to making your own “Buddha bowls” and will more than likely have your own favourite ingredients for them. If you are like me, you will also have some sort of cashew sauce that you make to take it to the next level. For … More Cauliflower Cheese Sauce for Juddy Bowls
One of my favourite things to do as a plant based eater is to make modern, updated versions of “student staples”. One of the cheapest meals on the planet is a baked potato with baked beans. As a student back in London, I used to eat this 3 or 4 times a week! I wanted … More Baked Sweet Potato With Mexican Black Beans, Spinach, Guacamole And Vegan Sour Scream
I have made many many many many dals in my life (or dhal, daal, dahl, dal, dall – I have made many, but still have no idea what the correct way of spelling the thing is!) but have never included butternut pumpkin in them until recently. I can honestly say I will never make a … More Rice and Beans: Butternut Pumpkin, Coconut And Lentil Dal (Dhal) (Daal) (Dahl)
These falafel burgers make a great, healthy replacement to the seitan dominated mock burger market. To make falafel properly, you really need to deep fry them in order to get the crispiness they need, but these burgers are a healthy version, so I am lightly frying them and because of that, they get nice and … More Falafel Burger With Hummus and Coconut Tzatziki
Vegan protein pancakes are something that I stayed away from for a long time because they just sound wrong. In fact, you would think they were three words that should never be used together, but trust me they can, and these do, taste excellent. The pancakes are a breakfast I have regularly when I need … More Vegan Lemon, Blueberry And Banana Protein Pancakes
This is a really versatile sauce. It can be used in Mexican dishes, in pastas, to lift side veg like broccoli, in sandwiches, as a dip, on jacket potatoes, stir-fry’s, faux meats, tofu and even as a pizza topping. The best part is it actually does, because of the nutritional yeast, taste like cheese, but … More Vegan Cashew Cheese Sauce
Video update today with probably my most cooked recipe on the site, the “Mexican Quinoa Bowl”. I LOVE this recipe, so thought I should make a video of it for you fine people. Check it out and please like and subscribe. It will REALLY help me out.
“All vegans will die of anaemia, you just simply cannot get enough iron into your diet without meat to survive”. Ladies and Gentleman, there are some crazy fools out there. The particular crazy fool that said this was a Doctor on a nutrition podcast I was listening to. He seemed serious too and he highlighted … More Juddy Bowl: The Iron Replenisher Salad – Roast Pumpkin, Lentils, Spiced Pepitas, Wheat Pasta And Apricot Cashew Cream