“Quit the yo-yo diets, drop the twigs and berries, put down the addictive, processed crap foods and leave the animals outside cause there’s a couple of new chefs in town. We’ve got a common sense approach that’s gonna change your life and an entire industry for the better. The future of food is here and it’s Wicked Healthy.”
This. Is. The. Future. Wicked Healthy.
If you haven’t heard of Wicked Healthy and the Sarno Brothers behind it, where have you been? The plant-based pioneers recently developed a whole vegan range for supermarket chain Tesco. They’ve cooked up a storm and captured it in a new cook book which is launching in the UK today.
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Mushrooms are so meaty to me now… but growing up I really didn’t like them. They were brown, slimey and, well I had just decided they weren’t for me. . Fast forward and now I eat them more often than not. Although you should avoid eating raw mushrooms, when cooked, they are great to eat during pregnancy as they contain riboflavin, essential for your baby's bone, muscle and nerve development 🤰🏼 . This is the King Satay with Spicy Peanut-Ginger Sauce recipe 🍄 It’s a winner! Spicy and meaty, oyster mushrooms with creamy peanut satay ♥️ The recipe is from the @wickedhealthy – Free From Animals cook book 📖 • • • #vegan #veganmeals #veganlifestyle #vegancommunity #lifestyle #londonvegans #ldnvegans #Londonfood #healthy #dairyfree #instagood #vegansofldn #vegansofig #ukvegan #vegangirl #veganmeals #veganfoodshare #wholefoods #plantbased #love #breakfast #lunch #London #WickedHealthy #FreeFromAnimals
Chad and Derek Sarno are, as you can tell by the name Sarno Brothers, brothers. Two brothers from America, both with equally impressive resumes. Together with David Joachim they have created a cook book which is ‘80% healthy and 20% wicked’, saving 100% of the animals you don’t have to eat to survive or build muscle!
Trying out their King Satay with Spicy Peanut-Ginger Sauce recipe was a wonderful surprise, it is lovely and spicy. The peanut sauce reminds me of home and what I loved eating as a child. Back then it was cheap chicken mixed with wheat on skewers, now it’s wickedly healthy king oyster mushrooms with satay!
King Satay with Spicy Peanut-Ginger Sauce
Pairing the mushrooms covered in satay with asparagus, coriander and lemon rice was a great combo. Asparagus are in season at the moment. I personally love coriander but if it’s not your cup of tea then try parsley.
The mushrooms have a meaty texture and the peanut sauce is nice and spicy, a great meal to inspire any meat eater to eat more plants!
Try out their King Satay with Spicy Peanut-Ginger Sauce with my asparagus and coriander rice.
Let me know what your favourite recipe is!
That’s it for now x