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  • Looking for Guest Posters & Collaborators - I'm looking for guest posters & collaborators for my blog! Today, I'm calling on all gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian foodies & food photographers because I'm looking for guest posters & collaborators. In addition, I'm interested in wellness & health bloggers, lifestyle & zero-waste enthusiasts. Further, if you're writing about anything else and feel you have something to contribute to my blog, please feel free to contact me. I firmly believe, that… Read More
  • Glutenfree Guide London by CarrotsKitchen - Well, don't we all know the pain, searching for a restaurant, coffeeshop, ... that meets our dietary restrictions & allergies? The answer: The Glutenfree Guide London by CarrotsKitchen. Basically, I've started making my own list of glutenfree and quality approved eateries. Where else would I start, if not in the city, that stole my heart so many years ago? That's right: the one & only - London City! So, below… Read More
  • Finding glutenfree, vegetarian and vegan recipes - Finding glutenfree, vegetarian and vegan recipes. It's hard - yes. Below I'll give you some ideas, where to look. Hopefully, you'll be able to indulge in delicious glutenfree / vegan food directly this weekend!  Well, first of all I had to learn the basics. This step required a lot of research. I started off, using mostly Pinterest and Instagram as I couldn't really decide on any book out there. All… Read More
  • Cuba – Part II - Hello and welcome to the second part of my report on Cuba. This report will tell you everything important about Playa Giron, Trinidad, Varadero and La Habana (part 2). This time I was travelling with my good friend Paula! Playa Giron Having heard about Playa Giron from my sister and my brother in law, I couldn't wait to arrive at the "Bay of Pigs". I was looking forward to some… Read More
  • Cuba – Part I - Hello all, I decided to split my travel around Cuba in 2 parts - the first, where I was travelling alone and the second, where I was travelling with my dear friend Paula. I went at the beginning of April, which was the end of "winter". It was warm, but not too hot and it wasn't very green, as the rain season hadn't started yet. For everyone, who wants to… Read More
  • Happy Easter Brunch - As you might not know it, but brunch is the thing in Zurich: à la carte, all you can eat buffet,.. there's nothing that doesn't exist. Kafi Freud hasn't been open that long and I have to thank my competitors Harry's Ding for discovering it! Kafi Freud is a lot of things: a good place to work, a family friendly coffee shop (we know - we took our little one with us!), a coffee-around-the-corner place, an excellent… Read More
  • Maison Manesse – a hidden gem - So, I've been looking at Maison Manesse for a good while, before I actually made it there for lunch. The wait was totally worth it though, it made it to the top of my list of restaurants in Zurich , straight away. You enter the restaurant through a tiny, wooden door, that gives the impression, the place is closed - but "hey!", I think to myself, "I've got a reservation. so let's… Read More

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