|Vegan pebble road|
You see, I finally went to Whole Foods. What is more, London's largest Whole Foods. As you may understand, it was a trip I made without Mr Bite. I exercised great restraint, but did come away with vegan marshmallows and a few other luxury items. I enjoyed some of the mallows plain and put the rest into the above chocolate slice.
My other Whole Foods purchases included dairy free carob (swoon), grind-your-own nut butter (so much fun!) and the first rice paper rolls I've encountered since we moved.
In my kitchen, there are new storage containers on top of our kitchen cabinets. Our shipment is due to arrive in about a month, and we are a little bit concerned about where everything will go. These baskets are a preemptive storage strike.
As Mr Bite and I are both quite tall, the high up position works fine for things we don't need too frequently. One basket is storing tea towels and I suspect the others will fill themselves up easily.
In my kitchen, there have been more Thai-style beetroot noodles - sometimes, as below, mixed with zucchini noodles. There have also been several books on British history. I went on a Tudor history binge last year, but my knowledge pre-1450 and post-1600 was pretty minimal. I am slowly learning the string of kings and queens and major events.
In my kitchen, there are window ledge herbs. I am really liking the convenience of herbs within the kitchen, even if these pots are the extent of our 'garden'!
In my kitchen, there have been products from Waitrose, Sainsbury's, Tesco, Asda, Aldi and Lidl, as well as delivered produce from Ocado.com. In other words, we have been working through all the major UK supermarkets, and then some! I've also found local farmer's stalls for fresh produce, so most of our fruit and vegetable purchases now come from those. I'm yet to test out some online sites that specialise in bulk buy products (like Goodness Direct and Suma Wholesale), or make an actual purchase from Planet Organic, but I'm feeling better acquainted with London food stores.
What is happening in your kitchen this month?