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it’s all gone belly-up

August 10, 2013
Brown rice onigiri

Brown rice onigiri: the newest recipe on my new food blog, (come hither…)

I just wanted to let you know that I probably won’t be posting much on this blog any more.  The reason is that I’ve had something of a diet-related epiphany, which led to a complete overhaul of my approach to cooking and eating.  I felt that I had to wipe the slate clean blog-wise, too, and abandon the bellyful feeling once and for all…

Once upon a time there was a lonely vegan blogger who didn’t know any other vegans and sometimes felt as if she was the only one in the whole land.  This vegan blogger liked to cook nice food and post the recipes on her website, in the hope that other vegans out there might notice and say, ‘Oh look!  Another lonely vegan.  Let’s be friends!’

On her blog there was lots of yummy pastry and pasta and sugary treats.  She made a rich chocolate torte for Christmas, and juicy seitan burgers out of the purest gluten.

But one day this blogger started noticing that things weren’t right in her tummy.

Anyway, this is a food blog and so you probably don’t want any more detail about my burbly tum.  It could get rather offputting.  Suffice to say it all turned out well in the end.

The vegan blogger identified the baddies that had been causing her all those nasty problems, and so she revitalised her whole way of eating with healthy oils and whole grains and nuts and magic beans and lovely crisp veggies that were every colour of the rainbow.

Then, of course, she had to revitalise the blog, which henceforth would no longer be known as since she had said goodbye to that nasty, evil, gurgling bellyful feeling with the sulphurous burps straight from the pits of Hell… (stop that now)

She even found one or two vegan friends, so she didn’t feel so lonely any more.  She didn’t find a Prince Charming but that was because she’d already found him.  And he is quite charming, even if he does eat McDonald’s Breakfast Wraps three times a week.

This not-so-lonely, not-so-burbly vegan blogger hopes that you’ll stop by her new blog at every once in a while and check out my food.  And if you want to peruse the kind of food that got me into this trouble in the first place – tasty, yes! and very bready! – please feel free to peruse the site you’re on now.

Happy Vegan Belly header


See you again soon at!

Jennie 🙂



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