FOOD : what i eat in a week | healthy vegan meal plan [ iHerb collab ]

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this healthy vegan meal plan, or ‘what i eat in a week’ video is sponsored by grocery website iHerb*, and will show what i eat in a typical week during the colder months.

of course all the food will be vegan, easy to prepare and on the healthier side. let’s start 2017 with some tasty, cheap, and nutrient packed dishes !

the recipes that i mention in the video :
david’s homemade snickers
sushi salad
pink rice summer salad
the lentil soup is a version of this
turmeric apple porridge
my favourite extreme nutri-smoothie

for info on what i talk about in this video, check out the description on youtube.

hope you got some healthy food inspo for the upcoming week, and talk to you guys soon ^.^

love // jenny

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*the video in this blog post is sponsored by iHerb. however, the views shared here are of course – as always – my own.

9 Comments

  1. Brilliant, I just needed a bit of inspiration to try out new dishes. The porridge in particular looks divine!
    I’ll go and take a look at iherb now.

  2. Thank you so much for all the recipes and tips you share! I just recently discovered your blog and, while I’m not a vegan, I’ve been loving it and getting so much inspiration

  3. Hey Jenny!
    I am always so inspired by your videos and blogposts. You motivate me towards a better, healthier and more calm lifestyle, and it makes me so happy.

    I just want to know where you have bought the black shirt you are wearing in the video?

    Lots of love from Copenhagen,
    Victoria

  4. Stevie Willett-Shaw

    Does anyone know whether the recipe for Swedish Sesame crackers [posted on One Gree Planet] that calls for cornflour means cornmeal or cornstarch, which is sometimes called cornflour in the U.S. Also, there is cornmeal fine, cornmeal coarse, aka polenta and cornmeal mush, grits. I’d like to make the recipe, but, I need to be sure whether to use ground corn or cornstarch…Thanks, Stevie

  5. I love your posts! All of your did looks so beautiful! Will you be releasing and English version of your cookbook?

  6. I love your clothes and accessories so much!. It would be awesome if you posted links where we can buy what you’re wearing in your posts – for instance your hat and top ;)

  7. So today I tried the oatmeal you showed in the video and it was delicious. Thanks for sharing I will definitely do it more often.

  8. Hm, the link to the vegan snickers doesn’t seem to work anymore and I can’t find the christmas episode on youtube :( I miss it, it was very tasty.

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