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HEAVENLY SPINACH SOUP

#VEGGISVEKO DAY 4

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Spinatsuppe veggisveko kjersti buaas

Ingredients

  • 450g chopped frozen spinach

  • 1 yellow onion

  • 1 clove of garlic

  • 2 tablespoons avocado oil butter

  • 1/2 can organic coconut milk (full fat)

  • 1 cup water

  • 1 cube vegetable broth

  • 2 ts nutmeg

  • 2 ts black pepper

  • A little olive oil

  • Fresh chilli gives it a kick

  • Bonus points for decorating with parsley

This is what you do

This soup is soooo easy to make and really yummy!!!

This soup is soooo easy to make and really yummy!!!

Peel and chop onion and garlic. Cook in iron skillet in avocado oil. Take a bigger pan and add spinach, coconut , water, broth and nutmeg. Boil up. Season with pepper and olive oil and cayenne pepper if you like. Decorate with parsley.

Serves 3-4

To follow the challenge visit my instagram story @kjerstibuaas & give @protectourwintersnorway some love in their quest to help make this planet a cleaner more sustainable place to thrive. and make sure to tune in at the following links:

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We already know how to reduce emissions from the livestock industry, reducing the consumption of meat is one of the simplest and most effective ways to achieve this. What we lack is the will to implement and carry through the solutions. Therefore, POW Norway urge you to have a meet free week this February! We'll be posting inspirational recipes and facts regularly - to show you just how easy, and important, this is.

We already know how to reduce emissions from the livestock industry, reducing the consumption of meat is one of the simplest and most effective ways to achieve this. What we lack is the will to implement and carry through the solutions. Therefore, POW Norway urge you to have a meet free week this February! We'll be posting inspirational recipes and facts regularly - to show you just how easy, and important, this is.

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CREAMY VEGAN BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP

#VEGGISVEKO DAY 1

Vegan, creamy and soooo yummy!!!

Vegan, creamy and soooo yummy!!!

ROASTED PINE NUTS

Ingredients

1 butternut squash

1 garlic clove

Salt and pepper

Roasted chickpeas

1 box of chickpeas

1 can Coconut Milk

Spices to taste (turmeric & cayenne is amazing)

Olive Oil

Roasted Pine Nuts

Fresh Sage (if available)


This is what you do

Gidget would like some of this yummy soup!!

Gidget would like some of this yummy soup!!

Sprinkle the squash into pieces and serve in a refractory form, together with a finely chopped garlic clove, or just roast the squash whole in the oven with garlic. Pour over some good olive oil, salt and pepper and bake in the oven at 350 F/ 200 degrees until the squash is completely soft, it usually takes about 30-40 minutes depending on how big the pieces are. Clean the chickpeas and have in a different refractory form. Pour over some olive oil, salt and pepper. Peppercorns, chiliflakes, dried basil and turmeric are also good to have over, take what you have. Put in the oven at the same time as the pumpkin and shake for about 30-40 minutes. You can also simply roast all these ingredients in an iron skillet. Keep track of the chickpeas regularly, because they can burn quickly. Take out the trays and cool everything. This is when the chickpeas become crispy. Blend with 1 can of coconut milk. Have more or less coconut milk depending on how thick you want the soup. Pour the soup back into a pan and heat. Roast pine nuts with fresh sage on low to medium heat. Serve the soup hot and add pine-nuts and salt + pepper to taste.

Serves 3-4

To follow the challenge visit my instagram story @kjerstibuaas & give @protectourwintersnorway some love in their quest to help make this planet a cleaner more sustainable place to thrive. and make sure to tune in at the following links:

https://www.facebook.com/events/847922492045050/?event_time_id=847922528711713

OR

http://www.protectourwinters.no/2018/11/26/veggisveko-2018-1/?fbclid=IwAR2jzqf1xk8tseKB2WbfBTCHL9rCKmF4PSl1n7BxBEBNE-gRIbN8hSl8-Pc

We already know how to reduce emissions from the livestock industry, reducing the consumption of meat is one of the simplest and most effective ways to achieve this. What we lack is the will to implement and carry through the solutions. Therefore, POW Norway urge you to have a meet free week this February! We'll be posting inspirational recipes and facts regularly - to show you just how easy, and important, this is.

We already know how to reduce emissions from the livestock industry, reducing the consumption of meat is one of the simplest and most effective ways to achieve this. What we lack is the will to implement and carry through the solutions. Therefore, POW Norway urge you to have a meet free week this February! We'll be posting inspirational recipes and facts regularly - to show you just how easy, and important, this is.

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Take the challenge, JOIN THE VEGETARIAN WEEK!

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Protect Our Winters Norway challenged me to have a meat free- week this February! Off course I said yes, and now we invite YOU to join POW´s vegetarian week with us. To make it easy and fun, we've made recipes for the whole week, and they're all cheap, timesaving, simple, delicious, healthy and most of all - good for the environment!

Take the challenge, JOIN THE VEGETARIAN WEEK ——->>>>> https://www.facebook.com/events/847922492045050/?event_time_id=847922528711713

Kjersti Buaas veggisveko


The easiest way to reduce our Greenhouse Gas Emissions is to eat less meat. If everyone in Norway eats one vegetarian meal a week, it has the same effect as removing 170 000 cars from the roads for a whole year (1). If everyone in the world turned vegetarian, it would reduce the Greenhouse Gas Emissions related to food production by 60 %. Moreover, if everyone turned vegan, it would further reduce the emissions by 10 % (2). Since food-related emissions account for about 15% of total global emissions (1), this will, in other words, have a very big effect. It may not be realistic to expect everyone to turn vegan or even vegetarian overnight, but if we all eat a little bit less meat, it will help! It might even ensure our children and grandchildren can experience the same wonderful and snowy winters we've been so lucky to live through

Take the challenge, JOIN THE VEGETARIAN WEEK!


Kilder/sources: 

  1. http://www.framtiden.no/201409246561/aktuelt/mat/kjottfri-dag-=-200.000-farre-biler.html

  2. http://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/news/201603_Plant_based_diets 

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