You’ll find most Asian and Asian-inspired vegan recipes here. Since I grew up in the Philippines with a Chinese background, I grew up with a mix of East and Southeast Asian recipes, mostly from home cooked meals and from my travels.
Well, this is of course a personal preference but if you’re looking to get started on your vegan journey and are looking for a great substitute to meat, I can recommend starting out with a few of my tofu recipes.
If you’re looking for quick and simple (but still really hearty recipes), I can recommend checking out my noodle recipes.
I learned a lot growing up and seeing the people here at home cook. My mom was always in the kitchen and she learned a lot of tips and tricks from my ama (dad’s mom) and guama (my mom’s mom).
I also loved watching cooking shows growing up and would try out a lot of different dishes in the kitchen before I even went vegan.
You can find some of my kitchen and pantry essentials here.
Hmmmm… a really tough question but probably anything with rice or noodles!
I love doing pottery and creating my own ceramic pieces–from plates, spoons, cups, mugs, etc! A lot of the plates I use in my photos I made myself.
I also enjoy gardening and planting my own herbs to use for my cooking.
Apart from these I love watching films and recently during the start of quarantine, Korean dramas!
I use a Fujifilm X-T30 with 18-55mm lens for my photos.
I currently only use natural light for all my photos. I shoot my a window and use a simple board with a white surface to help me reflect light.
You can see some behind-the-scenes in my Instagram highlights here!