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    Vegan Mango Lassi (no sugar added)

    Mango lassi is a creamy, indulging drink that you can enjoy in most Asian restaurants in Berlin. I preffer it next to Indian food, but sometimes when I don’t want to go out I can easily prepare it at home – it takes about 15 minutes and another 3 to drink it ­čÖé I serve it as a dessert or as a snack. It’s a convenient smoothie for lazy morning when you want to drink something sweet without adding sugar. What do I need for it? 2 ripe mangos 200 ml rice milk (unsweetened)* mixer *quantities for 2 portions Where do I start? First, peel the mangos and cut into…

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    Raw vegan truffles

    I usually prepare these on lazy Sundays (yes, lazy days are for raw vegan sweets) so that I’ll have enough for the cravings in the upcoming week. They can be quite sweet, without having any added traditional sugar. Why I recommend this? They are extremely easy to prepare. You don’t need previous experience in the kitchen. It takes about 30 minutes (including doing the dishes afterwards). They are satisfying and it’s a pleasure to enjoy them. NO sugar added! If you want to amaze someone who┬ádoesn’t trust raw vegan at all – this is the thing to do! Ingredients coconut flakes sesame seeds flax seeds almonds dates cranberries dried plums…