Paris is certainly not a city where it’s easy to be vegetarian, let alone vegan! I am neither, but I do like to go to a café where they do green smoothies and provide alternative milks. Funnily enough, a café that does just that opened right near my place in le marché couvert des batignolles.
Jennifer spoilt me rotton this morning while slowly waking from my slumber.
My Kitch’n is run by a sweet Swedish lady, Jennifer, who is passionate about raw and vegan foods.
I had the Green Machine smoothie: peppermint, avocado, spinach, apple, spirulina, dates and ground linseed.
Jennifer made me the freshest coffee. She ground the coffee beans before my eyes and brewed the coffee so it was hot and the aromas were so rich and perfect for the sleepy Sunday morning.
Have you ever heard of nut milk? Jennifer made fresh hazelnut milk right in front of my eyes to have in our coffee. Hazelnut milk is rich in Vitamin E, folic acid and Vitamins B1, B2 and B6. It imparts a more “nutty” flavor than other nut milks such as almond, which, in my opinion, is much more neutral of a flavor.
This, my friends, is a raw carrot cake. It makes you realise how sweet carrots are naturally.
This healthy snack bar certainly got me going this morning! The granola bar had oat flakes, ground up flax, hemp and sesame seeds, raisins, dates, dried figs + apricots,a bit of cacao, maca and aguyamanto
I highly recommend a visit to My Kitch’n for an all vegan, 100% organic treat:
Marché Couvert des Batignolles
96 bis rue Lemercier