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Our favourite restaurants in stockholm

Hej there from Germany!

We’re back in the country of beer and beautiful forests since last Thursday 🙂

It’s much warmer here than in Stockholm at the moment and we enjoy the time with our families very much. Not so long until we leave again, this time for South East Asia! And let me say, we’re beyond excited..:) So if you have any last-minute tips on vegan restaurants, cafés, nice beaches or other cool stuff to do in the South of Thailand, Cambodia or Vietnam, definitely let us know! We appreciate it 🙂

Due to our travels, we probably won’t post on here in the next few weeks. But after that we’ll tell you everything about our trip!

Today we want to show you some of our favourite vegan restaurants in Stockholm. In comparison to the South of Germany around Stuttgart, there are so many vegan places in Stockholm! Hopefully this will change in Stuttgart as well 🙂

Without further do, let’s begin!

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Five New Products We Discovered

Since we mostly wrote about travelling the last weeks, we wanted to write about delicious food again..:) As promised, we continue the series of new products we discovered. Let’s see what we found in Swedish supermarkets! You can also get some of the products in Germany or other countries.

 

  1.  Frozen Kanelbullar (Kvarnvingen)

Let’s start with something that is traditionally Swedish. If you’ve ever been to Sweden you probably know about the Swedish “Fika” where people hang out after lunchtime and enjoy a cup of coffee and something sweet, typically kanelbullar. In Sweden there’s even a national kanelbullar-day! But even if you’ve never been to Sweden, you most probably tried these cinnamon buns already. Of course it’s nice to enjoy selfmade cinnamon buns. However, we wanted to have something that we could quickly make in case friends or family come over and they want to try them. We found this package at Lidl and it cost us around 2€/17 Swedish Crowns for 12 pieces. And what to say – they’re awesome! Smaller than the ones you get at café’s in Stockholm but very tasty, vegan and definitely worth the price 🙂

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