Wow, seriously, could this title be longer?
I’ve never quite named a salad on this blog so obnoxiously, but it’s totally worth it, because every component of this salad makes it so good. …
My first memory of Japanese food involves udon.
My dad used to take me to an Asian market/restaurant by our house that was surprisingly authentic. We would split a vegetable croquette (Think potatoes and vegetables, deep fried. I know) and each get a noodle dish. He would always get soba noodle soup (buckwheat noodles), and for some reason, I’d get zaru udon….
Oh, kitchen fails. When your counter has been floured, wiped down, and floured again and you are slowly depleting your brown sugar supply with nothing to show for it.
Sometimes, (especially when it comes to vegan baking) things (yes I’m talking about you, crumbly linzer cookies!) don’t work out. So I like to beat the complicated-baking-frustration with simple but delicious foods….
I’m calling it right now, this is the prettiest salad you’ll ever eat.
Raw beets just do the most gorgeous things when it comes to color, am I right?…
It is spring and that means I only eat green.
And quinoa. Quinoa isn’t green. Yet….
I’ve caught one of those spring colds.
You know the ones I’m talking about, right? …
This salad has been my go-to for over a year!
It was only when I was thinking over the ingredients that I realized just how much protein it contains….
I’ve got to tell you a little secret.
I’m not the biggest fan of ‘fake’ vegan products….