Lunch at From Earth And Water

I've been eating out a little more frequently the last couple of weeks. We used to eat out quite a lot before we had kids... Those were the spendy vegan days! Anywho, since those relatively quiet, non-busy, carefree days have passed into lively, exciting familydom, the first raw food restaurants in Australia opened - among them fRom eArth and Water - and it's one of our favourite vegan places to eat out now. Pretty darn impressive! Our friend Angela took us out for lunch and I took a few photos of the fancy noms...


In the middle: a green smoothie and strawberry ginger smoothie.


From left, clockwise: soft corn tortillas with almond feta & salsa & lime aioli,
courgette/zucchini and aged cashew cheese ravioli,
shaved fennel & almond cheese & leek & lentil salad,
mini tacos with avo salsa & mango salsa & cashew sour cream


From top, clockwise: Raw snickers, Banana cream pie, Lime cream mango tart

The

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Greetings, Vegan MoFos

Long time, no posty. However, it's September! As well as being the beginning of Spring (or Autumn in the north) and that can only mean one thing in the Veganverse...

[caption width="500" align="aligncenter"]Go hard. Nom all the things.[/caption]

The month of September is the Vegan Month of Food fest for 2013, so I thought it was the perfect time to get back to blogging.

Hi! Catch-up time. It's been a while.

I've moved... AGAIN. I left the capital of the Outback, and headed back to the cooler, foodier east coast of Australia. That was nearly a 4 day drive through some of the the most isolated places in this country... in the world, really. Australia has crowded coasts, and a fairly empty interior... that goes on and on and on and on, for days and days and days. Straight roads. Oh, for the novelty of a sharp corner or a tree that's taller than I am

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Vegans beyond the Black Stump: Outback travels in Australia

In my day, we used to blog for ten hours uphill in the snow and when we got there all we had was a 14k modem that would drop-out at 99% complete when people called and we'd have to start all over again.

I've got reviews + giveaways for Australian hemp seeds and a gluten-free baking book coming up in the next few posts. But first, a few photos I've snapped since the 2nd baby + moving to "The Outback." :)


Prettier photos to come...
Free advice: don't take the gravel road to Darwin in the wet season. It's a river.

Why Charles Darwin? Because SCIENCE!!1
Because SCIENCE!

Mindil Beach Markets
Mindil Beach Markets

Carbs = fat-burning high-life. Seratonin precursors ftw.
Eating lotsa fruit in the tropics

On the grassy knoll at high tide
Nightcliff foreshore

Fresh market things & chai
Fresh tempeh & market foods and chai

BBQ by the bay #whatveganseat #australia #outback #tropics #darwin #vegansausagesandvegetablesalloverallthehotplateshahawewin #compassion #ethics #health #ecofriendly #humanrights are #animalrights
Vegan BBQ by the bay

Sunday balloontacular
Birthday balloon fest

Monsoon is all monsoony
Monsoonal monsoon is all monsoony

NT newspaper: page 7
Local celebrities already

Superbaby
Superbaby

Your View Today #photoaday (Note: coconuts, top-left)
Out the bedroom window

Alice in an art thingy
Down by the performing arts centre

Wave pool + convention centre = obvious combination... um.
Wave pool

Wharf Precinct
Wharf Precinct

The wet season wants to eat our 4WD... FAIL. WHY U SO DRY?
The "gravel road" to Darwin in "the wet"

It burns us with its colours, precious
Burning colours, Litchfield National Park

Tolmer Falls
Tolmer Falls

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