Vegan Matcha green tea latte

It looks like the rain season is here, a perfect time to curl up in the couch with a hot drink. But, with the rain comes cloudy thoughts and a darker mood, so I find myself needing a extra energy boost. My current antidepressant-cheer-me-up-and-make-everything-great favorite drink is a lovely matcha green tea latte. I’d normally get it from Starbucks, but going there every time I’m in need would cost me a… Read more »


16 vegan popcorn flavors to try

16 popcorn flavors? Sixteen! Yeap, it’s true. And all of them are vegan! Yay! I haven’t tried them all, but I’m sure that before this weekend is over, I’ll have tasted most of them. I don’t know what it is, but lately I’ve a crazy craving for popcorn. Now it’s my go-to snack whenever I feel my stomach is grumbling asking for something salty. It used to be potato chips, but they’ve had… Read more »


In & Out Juice

There´s nothing better than having a happy stomach, right? Or maybe I should say, there´s nothing worse than having an unhappy stomach. They can be such bastards. It´s nothing short of a nightmare when your digestion system wages war against you — a silent war, if you know what I mean. My solution? Eat a lot of veggies, in any shape or form — chopped, grated, cubed, raw, grilled, steamed, or,… Read more »


Chia & Raspberry breakfast

Breakfast is the most important meal because bla, bla, bla … We all know we should have breakfast, but still many of us end up skipping it because we don’t have time. Instead we end up drinking a cup of coffee or tea and perhaps later in the day gob down a snicker bar or something else sinfully sweet — not good. But, what if you could prepare breakfast in just five minutes,… Read more »


Bere´s New York City Guide

In 2004 I spent a summer in New York. It was hot and sticky but awesome. Then eleven years passed and for some reason I never managed to go back — until a couple of weeks ago. And man, I had forgotten how awesome New York is. Why the fuck did I wait so long to return? During all these years I have changed, and so has the way I explore and experience a city…. Read more »