EASY VEGAN DINNER RECIPES » nourish bowls



Watch the “just music” version of this video: https://youtu.be/wkrcCd0mLHM ❤ For a full breakdown of the recipes, see the links below☟click to show more☟ Can …

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  1. Hey friends! I need your feedback: I've created another version of this video with just the natural sounds of food preparation + music (no voiceover). A lot of you, and myself included, seem to find this very calming/comforting. Find it here: https://youtu.be/wkrcCd0mLHM. Let me know in the comments of the other video which you'd prefer going forward: A) upload both versions of the video, B) upload just the voiceover version, or C) upload just the food + music version (no voiceover). Thanks for providing your feedback ❤

  2. Sarah Tiantian Zhao September 12, 2018 at 1:40 pm - Reply

    Really happy to see that you draw your inspiration from many different cultures!! The sushi-inspired dish is really good for myself who is used to Asian taste 🙂 They look amazing and I feel that they are such great ideas to be packed for uni as well. Definitely gonna try! Cheers

  3. Your videos are amazing girl ….but I live in a hostel and it's difficult for me to cook there can you made. A video which require less cooking and easy made ..I appreciate your videos doing a great job !😊

  4. Annemarie van Woudenberg September 12, 2018 at 1:40 pm - Reply

    Awesome video! Are you currently staying in the Netherlands? I am seeing some Dutch names on the products 🙂

  5. I like that you only recommend healthy foods. I can always rely on you to have our health in mind and never have to worry that you are misleading us.

  6. Dear Sadia, May I ask where you purchased your blue glazed oriental bowls from?

    Also, just a small but important tip: It's really important to soak rice overnight, rinse well and cook in a large pot of boiling water. Brown rice is the unhealthiest, and white basmati rice is best. This is because most of the arsenic is removed is you soak overnight, wash well and avoid the absorption method of cooking. Brown rice has much higher amounts of arsenic than white basmati. Rice grows in stagnant water in paddy fields that contain a lot of arsenic, and, as a grass, absorption is high. Of course, trade agreements prevent this being advertised publicly, but longitudinal studies have been producing the same findings time and time again, and scientists advise the facts I have mentioned. Eating rice regularly and not following this advice increases the risk of cell mutation (i.e. cancers forming). It is very important information. Also, with almonds, the skins should ideally be removed by blanching if you eat them regular, as the skins contain high amounts of tannins, which inhibit nutrient absorption into the blood. Also important food science information.

  7. Hi…i just wanted to say your channel changed alot of things in my diet thank you alot for making these amazing video you are so cool and again thanks!! Keep it up with this channel might change someone's life too

  8. I am surprised that we notice every small thing in a video. Since you show a lot of care for the environment, it would greatly appreciated if you send you vegetable and fruit scraps to a compost pile instead of trash or in drain.

  9. I do not have any of the ingredients of the sauce used in the first recipe but I really wanna try it. It's just that they're not available or cheap where I live. How can I substitute?

  10. I have decided to try to go vegan/vegetarian for health reasons but I wasn't so sure i could do it. With the deconstructed sushi and burrito bowl (and also your channel) I have seen that it is easier and way more possible than I thought! 🙂

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