Monat: März 2015

Veganer Fleischersatz im Asiamarkt Neuhausen

Hey Veggies,

über vegane Ersatzprodukte hat jeder seine eigene Meinung.
Ich brauche diese nicht, weil mir der Geschmack von Fleisch, Eiern, etc. fehlen würde. Ich nutze solche Produkte eigentlich mehr, um schnell ein gutes Gericht zubereiten zu können und sehe dieses Produkt als Beilage an. Und wenn dieses dann auch noch gut schmeckt- why not?

Allerdings finde ich, wird der Hype gerade ganz schön ausgenutzt und eben diese Lebensmittel sind sehr teuer. Außer man findet tolle Schlupflöcher, wie den Asia Markt in der Leonrodstr. nähe Rotkreuzplatz.
Hier habe ich am Wochenende ein großes veganes Filet entdeckt aus deutscher Bioproduktion.

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Der Inhaber erzählte mir ganz stolz, dass er ab nächster Woche eine Palette veganer Produkte bekommt. Von dem Bioproduzenten wird noch veganer Fisch, Scampi, Huhn und Rind kommen, jeweils mit 150g Kampfgewicht. Ich habe noch am selben Abend das Filet gebraten auf Rucolabett mit japanischen Soba-Buchweizennudeln in Gemüsesauce.

Es war echt lecker. Schön gewürzt mit einer leichten Trüffelnote und mit Biss. Für Veganer die ab un an eine fleischige Erinnerung haben wollen ist das genau das richtige. Und die Portion mit 200g erinnert dann auch vom Aussehen an ein Steak 🙂

Und jetzt noch ein toller Nebeneffekt: das Filet gab’s für 3,50€!!!
Toller Preis für die Qualität wie ich meine.

Testet es und erzählt mir, wie Ihr es findet…
Eure Alex


Erin McKenna’s Bakery in NYC

Hey Vegans,

I just found it: the vegan heaven on earth 🙂

As I walked around the blocks in the East Village I just found that tiny cute bakery at 248 Broome Street. It’s a place with lots of pink where you could have a rest from the busy city. It seems like the world turns much more slowly there.



They offer only vegan treats and theres a bunch of great options when it comes to tea, cakes, muffins, doughnuts and much more.


I get myself a green tea and a vanilla cupcake top with a creamy vanilla frosting and it just tastes awesome. And I’m really into the frosting, without any difference to the frostings I know from magnolia long time before- but you don’t have that stuffed feeling afterwards 🙂


My friend just get a green tea as well and a cinnamon cake which was delish too. She is an omnivore and was kinda excited trying her first vegan cake- she loved it!


I had to try some more for sure…


If you want to bring that Erin McKenna feeling to your own home you got the chance to just buy it there:



I could highly recommend that great bakery to you guys. If you are around the corner just hop in.

Their Hours of Operation are:
Monday : 10am-8pm
Tuesday-Thursday: 10am-10pm
Friday-Saturday: 10am-11pm
Sunday: 10am-8pm

Inform yourself:

I really hope that you enjoyed this post. Have you ever been there and did you like it that much as I did?

Have a great day everyone…



Vegan Traveling to New York City…

Hey there vegan friends,

as you might know I’m right back from the Empire State of Mind, New York City. In case you weren’t there yet, you should definitely note that city on your bucket list. I was there for at least three times and I’m gonna love it even more from time to time. It’s breathtaking, the different cultures, architecture, the style and of course the food.


There are so many restaurants, food trucks, organic grocery stores and so on that you think you are in food heaven sometimes. Like in the Chelsea food market for example. And the U.S. is very vegan friendly so if you’re asking for a vegan option no one would make fun of you. They are very open to that topic- well, if you aren’t in Texas 🙂 Try it out!

I was there just for 5 days and we were busy seeing the city so I decided to eat mostly on the go or catch my stuff and take it with me to the hotel then. Because eating in a restaurant in NYC is just for a big wallet- most of the time 🙂

We were glad having a lot of organic grocery stores around our great hotel- the hotel 31.. This i a great location if you want to be in the middle of the city- well not that Times Square middle of the city but very close to 5th ave and the empire state building and to the green subway line 4,5 and 6 at 33h street. It’s located in the 31st street east and the area is a relaxed neighborhood with lots of nice houses vera close to east village.


We started at the Fairway supermarket for grabbing dinner and breakfast for the next day. This supermarket is located pretty close at 550 2nd Ave New York, NY 10016. This supermarket is open ‚til 11 p.m..



This was my first breakfast. Bagels with vegan cheese and some yoghurt. The cheese was ok but I liked it more with hummus on it. The chia pod with mango was great and I had good protein to start the day right. I had the almond yoghurt at night and this was kinda heavy 🙂 Very filling but good. I guess these three things were about $ 7… Pretty much but if you’re in NYC everything is a bit more expensive than anywhere else, especially if you wanna eat clean.

Lunch AND dinner for this day was from whole foods market at union square. I love this store- great food, great brands and lot’s of great stuff in there. What I love most about them is their fresh food court with lot’s of vegan choices.

I got these box:


Falafel, chickpea salad, spinach noodles, peas and potatoes, brocoli.

I loved this! It was super yummy and 500gr/ 1 lb are bout $ 8. So I payed $12 for this box but I could eat twice and it was very fresh and delicious.

We also went to Erin McKenna’s Bakery in the East Village the other day… This will be a separate post 🙂

Hold on, guys- this will be awesome sauce!


This cake even convinced my omnivore friend that everything’s possible VEGAN 🙂

When it comes to nightlife I went again to 230th 5th rooftop bar. I felt in love with this place in summer 2012 when my boyfriend and me did a 5 week trip through the USA and stopped over there. You could see the Empire State Building right in front of you from the top of this bar. It’s amazing and you should definitely try this out!!!


This was our $8 BIG APPLE BLAST. You always have to watch out for the specials or happy hours in NYC. That’s the key to have a great but inexpensive time in one of the greatest cities on our awesome planet earth 🙂

When we flew back with TAP Portugal from NYC to Lisbon and finally to Munich we had a problem with the communication between the ground stuff and the stewards because of our food at the plain. My friend and I ordered vegan food but they couldn’t make it and so I had to decide between chicken or fish- I asked if they didn’t even have a vegetarian option cause there is always one when you fly with other airlines. But they didn’t and so I ordered chicken just for the side salad and the fruit. She made fun of me and said „Oh just wanted the vegetarian option and now you choose the chicken?“ and finished her sentence with a laughter. So I said very polite: „yes, cause I just want to eat something and so I eat just the salad. Or do you want to starve me up here?“. She gave me all of the salad bowls the other passengers didn’t eat and overtime she came back she said sorry. This might be a hard time for vegans/ vegetarians in portugal, How comes that TAP is that intolerant on longterm and international flights?

In the end all came well and we get our vegan breakfast as we flew from Lisbon to Munich and this was great:

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I’m sorry for the bad quality but I was kinda tired and didn’t want to pull my camera out of her bag 😦 But it was delicious and some other passengers went jealous with their white bread awful cheese and bacon things, haha …

If you were in NYC and checked out some great vegan places please let me know.

Have a nice Sunday everyone and keep reading 🙂