Showing posts from October, 2018

Bali food tour N.02

Hey hey, me again, talking about food. Again.. Let's get right into it, we've got a lot more bali food to cover. Alchemy & Seeds of Life Me and my travel friend visited Ubud for a day. We did a tour to see all te amazing spots like; waterfalls, rice fields, monkey forrest and temples. As well as a little food tour to see what all the vegan cafe's in Ubud had to offer. The once we went to worth mentioning were Alchemy (top pics) and seeds of life (bottom pic).  Alchemy:  Alchemy was a raw food cafe/shop/yoga studio, they had a wide a sortiment of foods. Including a salad bar, smoothie bowl bar (which I had, you got to chose your smoothie and fruit/toppings of choice) and a menu cart from which we shared te raw pizza and cauliflower sushi. Wow that was pizza was just amazing and very filling. The sushi was okay, I just prefer real rice sushi. The smoothie bowl was also delicious and fun because I got to chose every element I wanted in there.  Seeds of li

KLM Vegan Meal Review

Hi globetrotter, I mean why else would you read an airplane meal review. Or maybe you are just a curious person, if so, same. Let me start with a disclaimer, in saying that no airplane food can truly be like really good. So if I say "excellent" know that it's probably just decent but for the sake of writing a fun-to-read review I am gonna use terms like that. Me and my vegan friend flew from Amsterdam to Bali and back, during both flights we got three vegan meals. The first being a dinner. It included; water,  a cup of butter (with I left cuz I had no idea where to put it on), a small salad and a meal consisting of mashed chickpeas, quinoa and a brown bean/onion/bell pepper stir fry. The salad was ok, the dressing was definitely needed. The big meal however was surprisingly tasty, the chickpea puree was nicely salted, the quinoa not overly cooked and the stir fry decently spiced. And the fruit tasted fresh. I cleaned the plate. The Second was a breakfast. Includin