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Pull apart bread with a vegan pesto filling

My friend, Aparna of My Diverse Kitchen made many resolutions decisions this year, one of which was to bake a bread every month.  Now you know how easy it is to maintain resolu decisions when you have a group with you.  Aparna asked whether anyone would like to join her, and thus was formed a group – read more

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Sprouted wheat strawberry bread!

Sprouted Wheat and Strawberry Bread  Richa Hingle of Hobby And More, started baking in 2008, but you won’t believe that when you see the lovely breads she comes up with.  Do check her blog for more such innovations!  It is my pleasure to have her today on Tongue Ticklers to share one of her tasty read more

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Leisure trip for the soul and zaatar focaccia for the belly

P and I disagree on several counts but when it comes to what we want ten years from now, the vision is the same.  A backyard garden where I would reach out for fresh herbs and infuse those flavours in vegetables cooked from our garden.  A small table set out for an alfresco lunch and read more

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Vegan Zeppoles, zapplas – Sweet Fried Vegan Donuts

This Summer my sisters introduced me to another (the first being ‘Bookworm‘) treasure trove in Bangalore – Blossoms Book House.  The three floor collection of used and new books will drive you crazy. Be sure to carry a couple of sturdy bags to hold your treasures when you leave and walk in only when you read more

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Vegan Hot Cross Buns – For Breadline Africa

  How many of us haven’t wanted these buns as kids? The popular rhyme – one a penny… hot cross buns – made it a favourite with me instantly. Also, it is probably the only bread that got dedicated a whole rhyme and sung a zillion times. I got tagged recently by Arundathi for a read more

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Vegan Brioche

Since I turned vegan we have been having less butter, less fats. It just seemed a natural transition – I stopped making as many cookies, cakes and buttery breads as I did earlier. This also resulted in a temporary phase when I looked a lot slimmer to everybody in general except the daughter. And then, read more

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Trumpeting my crumpets!

Thanks to my father’s occupation my sisters and I had access to very good libraries with amazing collection of books – both fiction and non-fiction. They introduced us to Enid Blytons, P.L.Travers, Munshi Premchand and R.K.Narayan as children, James Herriot, Agatha Christie, Perry Mason, Alistair Mclean, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, James Hadley Chase, P.G.Wodehouse and read more

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