Why the Canadian African not the Canadian Ghanaian

So yesterday on instagram, I commented on the fact that it is still 2018 and people refer to Africa as a monolith, from our food, to our culture, to our language and many more. This is especially a problem when "western" countries are referred to as their own country and not an entire continent. It... Continue Reading →

Full Ghanaian Breakfast (Vegan)

I have been craving a full breakfast with scrambled tofu and potatoes and beans for a while but instead of potatoes, plantains have sounded like a better option. So I thought to myself, why not make it a Ghanaian full breakfast. Of course being vegan, I am subbing the eggs for tofu and using plantains instead... Continue Reading →

Waakye

Today's recipe is a quick an simple recipe. I have a video linked in my youtube channel. It is great for meal preps as you can freeze it for months. It is packed with flavour, super simple and also very healthy. Ingredients 1.5 cups dry of black eyed peas 4 cups dry of white rice... Continue Reading →

Veganniversary

About a week ago before July 5th, I was so excited for my one veganniversary. I was thinking that I would treat myself to a trip to the new vegan fast food restaurant, Doomies, or bake a large chocolate cake, eat the entire thing myself and just reminisce about my year as a vegan and... Continue Reading →

A Vegan African?

As a child, I never heard of other eating lifestyles except for how I ate, which was everything. In my previous post: Food Philosophy, I talked about how important memories were all centered around food, and many cultural events in my tribe placed huge importance on the sacrifice of animals. So eating meat was in... Continue Reading →

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