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The Green Rocket Cafe, Bath.

1. Falafel mezze plate with tahini, lime and cilantro quinoa, harissa carrots, toasted flatbread and a few other things! (J’s)

2. Ramen noodles with crunchy vegetables, topped with tofu and spring onion in a lime satay sauce. (Mine!)

I’ve only been here once before but loved the food (esp. the portion sizes - great for someone with a lil stomach like me!) so much I couldn’t wait to come back. 90% of the menu is vegan and everything is so fresh - they even make their own “cheeze”! :D

Cinnamon roll pancakes with maple syrup, dark chocolate chips and icing sugar. (vegan!!)

I didn’t actually make these - J made them for me this morning as an anniversary breakfast - and golly gee are they good!! I’ve always wanted to try something like this for myself but never got round to it. I forgot to ask for the whole recipe but I’m fairly certain this is the one he used! :D

srsly so good.

Vegan roast dinner from VBites in Brighton - nut roast, cranberry stuffing, Yorkshire pudding, fluffy roast potatoes, ‘cheesy’ broccoli and cauliflower, braised red cabbage, sweet potato mash, roasted carrots and parsnips, peas, sweetcorn and red wine gravy.
Oh my goodness gracious. I haven’t had a roast dinner in years and this was definitely worth the wait. I wish I hadn’t had breakfast so I could’ve eaten every last morsel! Everything on this plate was delicious; I especially loved the cabbage and roast potatoes. I think all of this was £9.95, which for a huuuuge plate of such variety is a steal. I definitely need to have a go at all of this before Christmas comes around!

Vegan roast dinner from VBites in Brighton - nut roast, cranberry stuffing, Yorkshire pudding, fluffy roast potatoes, ‘cheesy’ broccoli and cauliflower, braised red cabbage, sweet potato mash, roasted carrots and parsnips, peas, sweetcorn and red wine gravy.

Oh my goodness gracious. I haven’t had a roast dinner in years and this was definitely worth the wait. I wish I hadn’t had breakfast so I could’ve eaten every last morsel! Everything on this plate was delicious; I especially loved the cabbage and roast potatoes. I think all of this was £9.95, which for a huuuuge plate of such variety is a steal. I definitely need to have a go at all of this before Christmas comes around!

Chocolate, blood orange, cinnamon and fig ice-cream and salted caramel peanut butter ice-cream from Boho Gelato. (vegan!!!)
I was in Brighton with J this weekend and we stumbled across this lovely gelateria who I knew did vegan flavours - but they don’t make it obvious! The peanut butter flavour (seen above) was almost gone so non-vegans must have thoroughly enjoyed it too, without knowing it’s cruelty free. They had about 8 different vegan flavours (including chocolate hazelnut and espresso hazelnut which we went back for) and 2 sorbets; if you ask they’re more than happy to tell you which ones are suitable for veggies. :)
I feel like this doesn’t need to be said but I’m saying it anyway - these were the bomb.com. Oh to the em to the gee. omg.

Chocolate, blood orange, cinnamon and fig ice-cream and salted caramel peanut butter ice-cream from Boho Gelato. (vegan!!!)

I was in Brighton with J this weekend and we stumbled across this lovely gelateria who I knew did vegan flavours - but they don’t make it obvious! The peanut butter flavour (seen above) was almost gone so non-vegans must have thoroughly enjoyed it too, without knowing it’s cruelty free. They had about 8 different vegan flavours (including chocolate hazelnut and espresso hazelnut which we went back for) and 2 sorbets; if you ask they’re more than happy to tell you which ones are suitable for veggies. :)

I feel like this doesn’t need to be said but I’m saying it anyway - these were the bomb.com. Oh to the em to the gee. omg.

Hey, just found your blog and love it! The recipes look delish! I was wondering, what does a typical weekly food shop look like for you? I wonder if you could write out a shopping list? This is the place I always get stuck haha! Thanks :) x x

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Anonymous

Thank you very much, anon! :D

It’s difficult to say as I still live at home (sigh) so food is shared. I’ll re-answer this when I’m at uni again and buying my own ingredients and that’ll be more helpful, but for now I’ll give you two days worth of food - I hope this is of some use!

Tuesday 3rd June:

  • Breakfast: Smoothie, made with avocado, banana, almond butter, cocoa and almond milk.
  • Lunch: Salad: roasted broccoli (2 cups ish?), shredded carrot, toasted almonds, lemon juice, garlic, smoked paprika, nutritional yeast.
  • Dinner: Steamed sweet potato with tahini, roasted cherry tomatoes, pepper and white onion with a few herbs and chilli flakes.
  • Snacks: 3x raw cacao and walnut truffle bites and a bourbon biscuit.
  • Drinks: 3 litres of water and 2 cups of fruit tea.

Wednesday 4th June:

  • Breakfast: porridge made with oats, cocoa and almond milk, topped with frozen berries, almond butter, pumpkin seeds and a lil maple syrup.
  • Lunch: Salad: buckwheat pasta spirals, cherry tomatoes, sun-dried tomatoes, cucumber, baby corn, peas, Italian herbs, s&p, lemon juice.
  • Dinner: Baked sweet potato with baked beans and standard salad.
  • Snacks: 2x raw cacao and walnut truffle bites and some toasted almonds.
  • Drinks: 2.5 litres water and 3 cups of fruit tea.

Basically I have long life staples like oats, pasta, almond butter and nuts/seeds then mix it up with fruit and veggies - but always have sweet potatoes, bell pepper, bananas and broccoli. :) xx

I know a lot of pro-recovery blogs don't like to talk about calorie counting - but could you suggest what's a healthy range for an active person to eat? I'm trying to recover and still suffer from restricting tendencies so I freak out when I have higher intakes...but if I eat primarily non-processed foods it's going to be okay right? I just need some moral support :(

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Anonymous

Hi! First off - it’s awesome you’re choosing recovery. Seriously, you’re fab.

Second - it’s really difficult to say as I don’t know anything about you, but I’d say 2000 calories as a minimum, perhaps more for a particularly active day. Primarily non-processed foods in that quantity is okay, of course! Your body will thank you for it, you’ll have so much energy and be able to tackle your active activities with far more gusto! :D

I think you’re stellar, anon. If you want more help feel very free to send another ask my way. xx