So, I have a red cast iron Dutch oven. This is one of my favourite things that I own. I feel so wholesome when I use it. I always use it for lentil dishes (my husband calls it my “lentil pot) and usually for soups […]
They say that the kitchen is the heartbeat of the home. It is the room in which memories are made, meals are enjoyed, heartfelt talks are held, and where drinks are shared with friends. The kitchen is also the room that allows us to easily put a bit more kindness into the world by the food choices we make each day.
I am a passionate vegetarian home cook who loves to provide filling, practical meals as well as the occasional decadent treat for my family and friends. I will explore some modified classics as well as create some all-new food traditions. I’ll also provide helpful tips and techniques to make kindness in the kitchen an easy transition for any home cook. Because everything I post are the foods we actually eat in our household, you can be sure that these recipes are tried, tested, and true.
Eating with kindness doesn’t mean giving up family traditions and old favourites! Here at Kindness Kitchen you will find those comforting dishes you’ve always loved, along with some new additions, just without the use of animal products, making them kind for your health, kind for the earth, and kind for the animals. I hope these recipes will help you on your way to creating your own kind kitchen.