Welcome to Simple Vegan Blog! We're Iosune and Alberto, a Spanish vegan couple, living a healthy lifestyle and trying to have a simple life.
After years reading other food blogs we decided to star our own blog Danza de Fogones in April 2013. Ten months later, we started writing this blog in English. English is not our native language so please excuse our spelling. We try!
All recipes are vegan and most of them are easy, simple and require 30 minutes or less to prepare.
I’ve realized we only have three tempeh recipes on the blog: tempeh bacon, vegan Cobb salad and vegan tempeh meatballs. Just in case you don’t know, tempeh is made of fermented beans and is a great meat substitute. We don’t use it very often because is not as easy to find as tofu and is also more expensive (at least in our country), but
I eat salads all year long, but I make them more often in the spring and summer because it’s so hot here in Spain. I usually add some leafy greens, the ingredients I have on hand (veggies, fruits, nuts, seeds, etc.) and my go-to salad dressing (it’s so good I never have enough of it), although I also make potato, quinoa, pasta, rice
I tried an açai bowl for the first time last month in Edinburgh and I really enjoyed it. I shared a picture on Instagram stories asking you guys if you want me to share the recipe and here it is.
Just in case you don’t know, açai is a berry found in the rain forests of the Amazon and it has so many health benefits. It boosts the immune system, increases
We don’t share many Spanish recipes on the blog, because we enjoy making international dishes. I know you guys like Spanish food, so I want to make Spanish recipes more often, like this one.
When I wasn’t a vegan, I loved pinchos morunos (we also call them pinchitos here in the south of Spain) and this vegan version is AMAZING. They’re
You guys loved our vegan carrot cake, so we’ve decided to make cakes more often and here it is a new recipe, this delicious lemon cake. I couldn’t tell you which one I like the most, so you’ll have to make both and decide.
The recipe is quite similar, but we’ve adapted a little bit and is made with lemons instead of carrots,