It would be easy to assume that all pasta is made from the same bass ingredients. However, pasta is diverse not only in its shape and accompanying sauces but also in its very basic ingredients. In this post I will Present what I have learned about semolina pasta dough. Advertisements
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Ok, so the concept behind The Pasta Project wasn’t as effective at prompting regular posts as I’d hoped it would be. This is largely because after exploring the possibilities I wanted to put them into practice as opposed to spend my time writing about them. But now, on a short hiatus from pasta after a five day on-the-trot pasta consumption marathon. I have time to reflect and record. Read More
I reaslised that “pasta” was way more than the stuff my student friends would buy in 2kg bags of a quid and mix with cheap cans of tuna, ketchup, and everyday value chedder. But was instead the the culmination of years and years of exploration inspired very much by regional micro cultures and was now breaching the forefront of a renaissance.
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Something I have been thinking a lot about recently is that the possibilities for transforming things that have traditionally used animal products into being vegan, usually without much compromise.
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There was two weeks in between starting vegetarianism and the beginning of veganism. In those two weeks I ashamedly ate what was probably more than 24 egss and perhaps three blocks of feta. For two weeks I ate brunch. Despite the uneasy feeling that something about my continued consumption of dairy and eggs just didn’t […]
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what really makes this a unique recipe, different from all the other clean eating vegan blogs is obviously it’s a super quick one pot recipe. Additionally, the bbq sauce and the soya milk are game changers for this recipe
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My relatively recent journey towards veganism started when I went vegetarian -to put it ironically – cold turkey. This happened while visiting my mum at her Home on the island of Mauritius.At first, I remember her being confused confused by the fact that I refused to eat any of the chorizo that I had begged […]
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