How did you guys get to travel so often?
Travel is our passion and to be able to continue doing it requires a bit of effort and plenty of flexibility. Doni keeps a firm eye on airfare deals, makes great use of their frequent flier miles and hotel loyalty points and also uses Airbnb to find long-term deals. They much prefer to be a traveler than a tourist, and being able to stay in apartments can not only save money but also provide a more local perspective.
Doni is available to consult with travelers to plan trips and find the best deals. Please contact us at email@example.com if you are interested in a travel consultation.
What is the ONE “magic” ingredient you can’t help but to always use in your cooking?
Miso. If you asked Rika which one ingredient she absolutely needs, it would be a good sea salt, but the one ‘magic’ ingredient for her is Miso. It delivers that umami flavor that provides an added depth and complexity.
When and why did you guys become interested in vegan cooking?
I really only got interested in vegan cooking in the last 2 or so years and it was the travel that propelled me to cook more.
In late 2011, I initially started my blog to share our experiences as vegan travelers but quickly found that our experiences abroad motivated us to craft dishes inspired by our travels.
There is nothing more rewarding than bringing food back, both figuratively and literally, from our travels.
While traveling, we love to craft local dishes using locally sourced ingredients but we also enjoy bringing concepts and dishes back from our travels to veganize at home.
You guys travel a lot, so far which has been your favorite food destination?
Thailand is our favorite food destination. Cheap, tasty, culturally aware and open to vegetarian and vegan diets and the food is often made to order so even non-vegan restaurants are able to accommodate.
What is your photography gear like?
May I post vegan miam recipe & photos on my Web site?
Please understand that it takes hours to post, edit photos and create content for a blog.
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What is your favorite vegan and/or vegan-friendly restaurant around the world?
1. Addis in Cape in Cape Town, South Africa
1. Max Pett in Munich, Germany
2. Napfényes Étterem in Budapest, Hungary