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 →

Spicy Oven Baked Tofu Steaks

When it comes to flavouring meat in any Ghanaian household, ginger, garlic, onion and scotch bonnet peppers are the essentials to make any meat option taste good. These are the flavours I drew on to make this spicy oven baked tofu. I believe it is this key flavour combination that transform the protein from bland to... Continue Reading →

Spiced Rice with Cumin & Star Anise

I love rice. I definitely eat it more than three times a week and it is a staple in my pantry. Sometime white rice cooked plain serves as a great base for more flavourful stews and sauces, but sometime plain rice can be boring. This spiced rice will elevate your rice game to a whole... Continue Reading →

Free E-Book

In addition to the recipes and resources available on this website, you can also download my Free Recipe E-book Simple Vegan Ghanaian Recipes. This E-book includes five easy recipes that showcase the unique flavours of Ghanaian cuisine. The point behind this E-book was to show that vegan food is diverse and could be adopted for any cuisine.... 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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