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Wanderlust Peanut Sauce Stir Fry

Are you trying to save your pennies for your travels? We find that Peanut Sauce Stir Frys are very cost effective and easy to make. They are also delicious and very filling.

1/4 cup Green onions
1/2 cup Peanut butter (or peanut butter powder for a low-fat alternative)
TBSP Sriracha Sauce (or more to taste)
TBSP Soy Sauce (or more to taste)
TBSP Lemon juice (optional)
3 Garlic Cloves
Veggies (Broccoli, carrots, peppers, cauliflower, whatever you desire or have)
1/2 cup Bean Sprouts (optional)
sesame seeds (optional)
Brick of Tofu
1/2 cup to 1 cup of water

Rice or rice noodles


Follow instructions on the package to cook rice or rice noodles.

Fry veggies, tofu and garlic in a wok for a couple minutes on high. Add soy sauce, sriracha sauce, lemon juice and cook for a couple more minutes. Reduce heat to low-medium and stir in peanut butter with enough water (or coconut milk) to thin out the sauce so it can cover the rice noodles you've made. Add Beansprouts an…

Vegan Travel Interview with Simona Collins

I’m half Latvian half Russian living in the UK, Birmingham whose goal is to become a full-time traveller. My three favourite things are food, cats and sounds of ocean waves. Did I say I love food?



Today on our blog, we have a fun interview with our friend Simona. She's an avid traveller that has been to many cool places and is looking forward to lots more vegan travel adventures. She has some cool trips planned in the near future so we are super excited to follow along with her travels. Today we get to know Simona a little better as she is answering questions about her vegan travel lifestyle. Without further ado here is our vegan travel interview with Simona Collins.

Why are you Vegan?

I’m vegan for the animals, but the health aspects are also important to me. I’m also turning into environmentalist, trying to dive into zero waste living. I believe that all three of these aspects are detrimental to the planet and humanit…

6 MORE Tips to Planning a Great Holiday for Less

Do you love travelling? Are you short on cash? Don't think you can afford a holiday this year? 

Think again! We have put together 6 MORE tips to help you plan a holiday for less. This post goes alongside our post 6 Tips to Planning a Great Holiday for Less. Now you have 12 great tips to help you get on that holiday you have always wanted.

1. Figure out your maximum $$ amount you wish to spend.

We usually have the dollar amount of $2000 for the both of us, and we try and see how far we can stretch it. We could easily find a holiday for 1 week for a $1000 each, but we like to try and get 2 weeks or more out of that!

2. Don't Get Cancellation Insurance For a Budget Trip

There are definitely some scenarios where you are going to want cancellation insurance. It can feel like a gamble but if you are going on a budget trip with super cheap flights and accommodation then why bother paying for cancellation insurance when most of the time it is quite expensive. In most cases, the cancella…

Vegan Guide to Dublin, Ireland

Dublin is the capital of Ireland. It's also the most populous city in Ireland. It's known for its lively nightlife, live music venues, Celtic music, Irish Culture, historic buildings and numerous museums including EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum.