You know that Herr Kochkarussell and I went to the Schrebergärtner some time ago.
Of course we love our little paradise hot and heartfelt. Stately fruit trees provide shade, lush vegetable beds spread out over the garden and the obligatory hammock dangles amidst two apple trees.
What we still lack for the great garden happiness? Chicken!
Unfortunately, livestock is strictly prohibited in our allotment garden.
I can tell you, the Oberschrebergärtner are very meticulous and have a pretty long paragraph in the allotment (yes, something is there) installed.
Main message: No, just NO!
So, if I’m not allowed to keep chickens in a proper manner and with lots of room to pick and scratch, then I’m committed to it at least. A very wonderful project is Save the Chicken .
The association is committed since 2008 to the rescue of “disused” hens from factory farming. Did you know that hens are considered to be no longer viable after one year and therefore according to Save the chicken e.V are sold to the butcher for slashing prices from 1 to 8 cents?
This is exactly where the project intervenes. If the hens are no longer of value to the egg industry, the animals are gently staked out and given to private owners in small group housing. A second, real life for the chickens.
You could ask yourself now:
Great Mia, we also think the project is great, but what does all this have with yours? Vegan Sushi Bowl to do?
Hah, my dears, I have been waiting for this question.
It is true that Staatl. Fachingen For each vegan favorite recipe sent in 10 euros to the club Save the Chicken donates e.V .
And the vegan Sushi Bowl is absolutely favorite recipe suspect, I can tell you!
Carrots and cucumber stripes on a bed of sushi rice. In addition there are Noriblätter, deliciously creamy avocado and spicy soy sauce with ginger.
The Sushi Bowl tastes like real sushi, but spares you from long preparations and tiresome roles.
Pretty awesome, right?
Yummy like sushi, but made fast and easy – you’ll love the vegan Sushi Bowl.
Vegan Sushi Bowl
Portions : 2 Large Portions
calories per serving : 423 kcal
- Soy Sauce
Rice according to package instruction ferment.
Wash cucumber and cut into thin strips. Peel carrots and cut into thin strips. Cut the nori leaves into strips.
Peel and finely chop the ginger. Put in a small bowl and mix with soy sauce.
Split rice into two bowls. Carrot and cucumber strips and Noriblattstreifen prove.
Remove the avocado from the skin, cut into strips and place on the rice.
Serve with soy sauce.
The Vegan Sushi Bowl is my contribution to the vegan recipe Challenge.
Completely without compensation in any form, because it’s just a good thing. So.
You would like to support Save the Chicken too?
Then submit your vegan favorite recipe for four to September 06, 2015 with the subject line Blogger Circle Charity Action “Save the Chicken eV .” [19459018 ] email@example.com . Schwupps, you’re already there and Staatl. Fachingen donates 10 euros more to the club. Incidentally, the best 22 recipes are selected by a panel of experts, printed and published in a book. Pretty cool, right?
Dear ones, what do you say to save the chicken and my culinary contribution to the charity campaign?