Everything I Eat in 6 Days (realistic & quick vegan meals)

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Today’s video is this wonderfully chaotic and fun what i eat in a week, featuring vegan travel food moments in Nice, France; cozy Berlin cafes and lots of quick, easy and healthy homemade meals. Gochujang Fried Rice, Sweet and Sour Veggie Noodles, German Style Banana Pancakes and more! Also I’m trying to make Avocado Iced Latte lol.

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INGREDIENTS + NOTES:

#1 Savory Oats with Aubergine Miso Topping

for the oats:
⅔ cup (60g) rolled oats
a generous pinch of salt, or more to taste
about 1 tsp chia seeds
1 cup (250ml) water
1 tsp olive oil
1 tsp white wine vinegar

for the topping:
½ aubergine, cut into cubes
vegetable oil for the pan
1 tbsp miso paste
¾ tbsp cashew butter
1 tsp white wine vinegar
1 tsp soy sauce
¼ cup (60ml) warm water, more if needed

Also cucumber, parsley, spring onion etc if u wish

→ Serves 1

#2 Sweet & Sour Veggie Noodles

for the veggies:
1 small sweet potato
½ aubergine
1 zucchini
1 bell pepper
1 tbsp oil
generous pinch of salt

3 blocks of mi noodles (190g = 6.7 oz)

for the sauce:
3 cloves garlic
30ml soy sauce (2-3 tbsp or 1/8th cup)
1 tbsp ketchup
1 tbsp white wine vinegar
1 tsp sesame oil
3 tbsp water, more if needed
1 tsp cornstarch
if needed: additional salt (taste test after combining sauce and noodles)

additional toppings of choice (sesame seeds, tahini dip, spring onion …)

→ serves 2-3

#3 Banana Pancakes

1 medium ripe banana
2/3 cup oats (60g)
1/4 tsp salt
2 tsp chia seeds
1 tbsp cornstarch
1/2 tsp vanilla
1/2 cup plant milk (125ml)
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp white wine or apple cider vinegar

coconut oil for the pan (light grease is enough)

→ yields 3 large pancakes

#4 Gochujang Fried Rice

for the tofu:

1 block tofu (200g = 7 oz)
½ tbsp gochujang
2 tsp sesame oil
1 tsp white wine vinegar
2 tsp agave syrup
3 tbsp soy sauce

about ⅓ cup (40g) cornstarch

2-3 handfuls of unsweetened cornflakes

1 bell pepper
2 cloves garlic
1 tbsp veg oil for the pan

3 servings cooked rice
(i cooked up 180g dried rice for that)

– Finely crush the cornflakes, the smaller, the better they stick to the tofu I have found!
– It’s best to add the cornflakes in stages to the bag / bowl, one handful at a time, so they won’t get super soggy. So cover 5 – 6 tofu bites, place them onto the baking sheet and then add a fresh new handful of flakes to the bag / bowl. Crush them up again, then add the next batch of tofu bites and so on.
– Some cornflakes are going to fall off when placing the bites onto the baking sheet, but that’s okay!
– If there is not enough marinade left frying the rice, feel free to make some more! maybe about half?

MUSIC used:

Intro by EASY EASY:
Culpeo:

Youngbodzy:
Citrus Avenue –
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outro:

Much love,
Mina

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  1. 2:36 there is a very big possibility that it actually was not vegan… I was in France the last couple of days and, more often than not, french people have a COMPLETELY different understanding of the word "vegan" than us Germans. I was in Strasbourg the other day and there was an advertisement about a vegan plate in this restaurant/bar, so I asked my father (who speaks french) to ask the waiter what is in it. He said quinoa and burrata 😭. In Bordeaux, a pizza place said they have vegan pizza and showed me the vegetarian one on their menu, in Paris, when I examined the menu of a cute little bistro, they had a little sign for everything "vegan" on their menu, and marked meals that cleary had egg or dairy in it… The struggle of being a vegan in France is real haha. 

    I have been in Barcelona the weekend before I went to France, this was a perfect place for being vegan though! You have to visit Rasoterra and Flax & Kale if you ever go on a holiday there.

  2. Nice is where my maternal family hails from, seeing this blessed city in your channel speaks to every fiber of my soul. When I found out about these vegan omelettes I recall asking myself "Isn't this my nan's socca?"
    Also The Service Course! I'm a cycling nerd, I often joke about the fact that you can't be a real professional cyclist if you have never visited any of their shops (fyi, they've got shops in Girona & Oslo too, if you ever plan on visiting these cities)

  3. I love the vibe of your videos, they’re always so relaxing and cozy!

    Btw I have a little breakfast suggestion! Toasted bread, hummus, thick tomato slice and an iconic olive oil and balsamic glaze combo + salt and pepper and perhaps some basil. It tastes especially good now that tomatoes are in season.

  4. You have to try a very typical spanish breakfast, it’s so easy and delicious. Just toast up some white bread or baguette (has to be crispy on top). Put some olive oil on top of the bread. Then you just have to puree some tomatoes (cherry tomatoes are more flavorful) and ad it to the bread with some salt. thats it. So yummy

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