This recipe marries the sweet taste of pumpkin with the citrus flavour of sumac and the earthiness of roasted coriander and cumin seeds. Great as a warming side dish or as salad with crusty bread.
Have you noticed how much things cost these days? Even with careful shopping, it seems everything is more expensive. But you can make this delicious brunch for about AU$3.00. It feeds 1 hungry sailor and is ready in about 20 minutes.
Have you looked at the sugar content of granola? Wow! Same with dehydrated fruits, even when organic. So much added sugar! Something that is often portrayed to be healthy can only be partially so if it contains all that sugar and fat…So I started out to do my own!
Vegan low cost food suitable for diabetics cooked in a thermal cooker and boat oven
Onion bhajis are one of Brent’s favourite snacks and are super easy to make. Add to this, that you can easily store the ingredients on a boat and it becomes your go to snack when stores are running low.
Looking for a healthy boat lunch? Fresh spinach and cashew pesto in a wholemeal roll with a tasty salad fits the bill!
What do you cook on a boat whilst in remote places with little access to shops and your captain is addicted to fast foods and is now diabetic.
We were advised by our doctor to try eating vegan to lower glucose and cholesterol levels in the blood. Here is one of the recipes Brent enjoyed!
How to make a tasty vegan snack for sundowners.