51 thoughts on “WHAT I EAT IN SELF-ISOLATION | Healthy Vegan Recipes

  1. gosh that pasta pan is sexy..
    my boyfriend thinks I’ve cracked it but I’m just fantasising about having my own kitchen and cookware. yummyyyyy

  2. I’ve been doing puzzles, focusing on a project that I have been wanting to do for a while, me and my flatmate converted our kitchen into a restaurant/bar, prepared a 3-course meal and been binging on movies.

  3. This is the most real footage of Joe I have seen 👏🏻 messing around in the kitchen, not caring of making some mess 👍🏻👍🏻

  4. What brand is your breadmaker? How does it work? Do you have to make and knead the dough before putting it in the maker?

  5. LOVING these vlog style videos! They are my favorite and I so appreciate them – especially at a time like this! THANK YOU!! <3

    1. agreed… this whole unhealthy food mindset is very damaging. One must be very privileged to only eat fruit and veg in times like this where maybe not a lot is available… and to label food as healthy and unhealthy is actually very anxiety inducing.

  6. Omg that pasta looks amazing, can you put the recipe up online somewhere as I really want to try it and worry I lose this video🙈 xxx

  7. Loved it! Yes, please keep making videos😍😍even a dat in the quarantine or make up or lifestyle stuff. Love watching your content✨

  8. My husband and I are both working from home while trying to school/entertain our two kids 😆 I feel like I haven’t got enough time 😂

  9. I appreciate and understand your concern about is it the right time to keep uploading videos. Personally, I have been watching more YouTube lately, esprcially vlogs, to help me feel connected to humanity and it is a reminder of how we are all coping and deaing with this. Reading the comments gives me new ideas of ways to stay healthy and hobbies to try. But if it doesn’t feel right to you, totally respect that too. Love from midwest US – take care, be well!

  10. I’d happily watch any new videos you make through this time, but if you feel like you need a bit of time off that’s cool too 😊

  11. Decorating my whole house 😃 I like to feel like I’m achieving something even if it is a small thing xxx

  12. How is this any different than what you eat every day? Using “self isolation” in your title is, I think, taking disgusting advantage of the challenges the world is currently facing.

  13. Thanks Niomi! I know the world is a strange place right now but it’s really lovely to see your little routine. Stay safe Xx

  14. Having a too good immune system is also really bad in terms of getting the virus – as the immune systems goes on high drive and fights your own body instead. So it’s actually better to have a “mediocre” immune system.

  15. It helps to see someone who had been on a plant based diet eat more than just beans and rice every day! 😊

  16. Daily session of yoga and meditation with my husband. New thing we share together. Strongly recommend it 🙏

  17. Isn’t it ironic that even though the days drag we are still making enough for leftovers to save time 😅

  18. Little tip on the rye bread: In Austria we only really make rye bread with sourdough, because the flour has a hard time rising otherwise (I think it’s due to its gluten content)

    Now for how I structure my day: The first two weeks were really hard for me too, but I got into a rythm after some time. I hope you’ve been able to adapt as well! I usually start my day around 6 or 7 in the morning, go for a walk and do some yoga/a little workout. Then I make breakfast and get into work (for university) – it is best to start being productive in the morning for me and then read or watch a movie in the afternoon/at night. 🙂 I’ve also been re-reading Harry Potter! Of course I also have days when I’m just lazy and eating/baking cookies. And that’s ok as well! Don’t be too hard on yourself. This is a scary and all-consuming situation, it is perfectly fine to not be perfectly fine.

    Also: How cute does Joe look with his longer hair????

  19. To pass the time me and my boyf have had a pretty good routine of this helps anyone! We do work mon-fri 9-5 as we are accountants so we sit in separate rooms doing work and have a nice tapas style lunch together. In the evenings, we cook and/or exercise and end up only having about an hour to watch an episode of moneyheist before bed! Sometimes we end up catching up with friends on zoom and we each have a weekly spanish class 2x a week. On weekends, we do spanish practice for a few hours then go to the supermarket and do a big shop then we may have some wine on the balcony and get a takeaway. On sundays we do some chilling (spanish/reading/colouring) then go for a cycle after lunch and by the time we get home we cook dinner and watch some Netflix then go to bed and ready to start the week again! I am missing the fun of the pub/bars in London, going for brunch and seeing friends and the social aspect of work but we’re never actually bored!! Xx

  20. I teach and look after my 3 cusins since, their mum and dad have to work. Honestly would love some free time 🙂

  21. You must go to this restaurant called: ‘Sante spa’ in Mumbai when you get back!! It has a lot of plant-based dishes and vegan food 💗

  22. I mean.. i am homeworking so not really any time to get bored for me 🤷🏻‍♀️ (And still today). I am actually envious of everyone who were forced to do nothing (and their business did not suffer from it obviously).

  23. 2 garlic cloves for 2 people is too much? omg I use like 9 of those for one portion haha.. sometimes even eat them baked on its own.. such a Slav haha

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