How I simplify my plant-based proteins!

Chia is a well known “superfood” that’s been around for decades. Actually- it is an ancient Aztec grain known from around 3500 bc(!). Apparently in Mayan- “chia” means “strength”. there you go. so simple. I think it is fair to say that Everybody knows what chia is and how beneficial it is to eat it. […]

Tips for frugal simple vegan homesteading

Why not share my wisdom I asked myself one day. So I am sharing my valuable great simple yet useful, frugal and vegan tips. #1: If you can’t beat them-freeze them! I am probably not the only person to have opened a can of coconut cream and use only a little of it- (this stuff […]

6 Healthy simple vegan snacks+frugal tips

Am I the only one to finish breakfast and start planning lunch? Am I the only one that eats breakfast at 8 am and at 10 starts wondering what I’m about to eat next- and ultimately start wandering towards the fridge? I never worked from home, and since my early retirement, this constant semi-hungry feeling […]

My summer diet-useful tips here!

Summer is here- And where I live this means temperatures are around 30+celsius( 86+ Fahrenheit)- and this is considered “spring”… So no way I can keep eating the same way I did during the winter- You get the point. For breakfast, I used to have homemade rice milk, heated in a pan, with flax seeds, […]

My DIY almond milk v. my DIY rice milk: who cares?

Well- you should care. Because as it happens I have enough free time (yessssssss early retirement) to do you all the favor of checking out all kinds of very important things you were wanting to check but life etc. I, on the other hand, since being retired and an introvert -have nothing to hold me […]

My first month in early retirement: What do I do all day???

Freedom. Freedom. Yes.freedom. This is going to sound a bit like bragging.I am well aware of that. begging your pardon ahead. This first month has been like an ongoing vacation. every moment of it. Maybe a staycation – since I didn’t travel anywhere. I had a great time. enjoyed every moment. learned many things .important […]

Making my own rice milk: is it cost effective??

This is not exactly fair, I know. I retired early 5 weeks ago, and obviously (for me) – became even more of a DIY enthusiast. I think it is socially expected of retired people to upgrade their cooking skills, learn Italian,play the banjo and knit colorful socks. (I have a long way to go.no banjo […]

Flax- point! how I simplify my healthy eating with minimum cost!

*Before I start rambling on, need I remind you (again) that I am not a dietitian -registered or unregistered- I was a lawyer for many years until I decided to retire early, and live healthily ever after.  That was meant to say- people- use your god given brain and check if what works (great) for me- […]

Frugal tip- taking care of your stuff+easy homemade pizza recipe!

For years I treated my stuff as replaceable. I didn’t take very good care of it because I thought- ok- if it breaks -I’ll buy another. I was under the impression that stuff is there to serve me while it lasts, and since buying new is always a nice thing (or so I thought) and […]

Simplify it: Organizing my online groceries- part 3

Before we begin- In case you wonder where and when happened parts 1+2 – I am more than happy to oblige: here it is: explaining my 3 weekly online grocery shopping, saving time and money .My online grocery shopping: saving money+big time!(and my quick bean stew recipe for no fresh produce situations) Organizing your online […]