Savoury, crispy and inexpensive. This tarte flambée recipe is not only easy on the wallet, but also on the environment. It tastes not only warm but also cold very tasty and can therefore also be served as finger food.
By using tofu instead of pork and vegetable creme fraiche, you'll reduce your carbon footprint by 48%.
The classic Asian takeaway and you can now cook it yourself. Crisp fresh vegetables with a homemade wok sauce.
By using plant-based products instead of chicken breast, you'll reduce your carbon footprint by 49%.
A quick recipe with just a few ingredients and no frills. In this soup, the pumpkin is in the spotlight.
By using plant-based products instead of animal-based ones, you reduce your carbon footprint by 29%.
Every Italian grandma's nightmare: a classic with tofu, that can't taste good.
But this lasagna can not be undercut.
By using plant-based products instead of animal-based ones, you reduce the carbon footprint by 31%.
Oriental spices combined with the freshness of cucumber and mint. Especially for owners of a rice cooker this recipe is great. With the fragrant spices you will turn your kitchen into a bazaar.
By using plant-based alternatives instead of chicken breast, you'll reduce your carbon footprint by 37%.
My vegan version of the Persian classic "Khoreshte Karafs". A celery stew with turmeric, mint and tiger beans. It is a very quick dish, suitable for several people and very aromatic.
By using tiger beans instead of lamb, you'll reduce your carbon footprint by 75%.
An Italian classic reinterpreted. With homemade miced tofu, even the biggest pro can't taste the difference. Don't believe me? Then try it out.
By using tofu instead of beef, you'll reduce your carbon footprint by 32%.
My new favorite sauce: Ginger Teriyaki!
Fresh and crunchy vegetables in a ginger-soy-garlic sauce with an extra serving of jasmine rice.
By using peas instead of chicken breast, you'll reduce the carbon footprint by 40%.
If I'm honest, the title already sounds a bit like a bad joke and you're probably thinking "are you serious"?
Yes indeed and it tastes really delicious! Try it yourself it's super easy and it does not taste like coffee, do not worry :)!
By using tofu instead of beef, you'll reduce the carbon footprint by 39%.
Marinated oven baked lemongrass tofu on homemade pickled carrots wrapped in a crispy light baguette. This dish not only sounds delicious and exotic, but is my version of a typical Vietnamese dish.
By using tofu instead of pork, you'll reduce the carbon footprint by 46%.
Whether on the grill or in the pan, these plantbased skewers are not only very tasty, but also the more sustainable choice for the next barbecue celebration. With a homemade tofu marinade, this skewer will quickly make its animal counterpart look pale.
By using tofu instead of pork, you'll reduce your carbon footprint by 66%.
No time to cook? This creamy pasta with fresh baby spinach and cherry tomatoes are cooked in no time and taste fresh and mediterranean.
By using soy cream instead of cream, you'll reduce the carbon footprint by 29%.
I made it! After much experimenting, I have developed my own Bacon Bites. This gratin is smoky and definitely has an addictive quality to it. By the way, reminds a little of the good old pasta-ham gratin ;)
By using soy cream and tofu instead of pork bacon and cream, you'll reduce your carbon footprint by 45%.
Inspired by the spices of Persia. A kind of curry that warms you up from the inside and leaves your kitchen with abeautiful smell. And the best part - it is really cheap and healthy.
By using chickpeas instead of chicken breast, you'll reduce your carbon footprint by 33%.