Tips, tricks, do’s and don’ts, how to prepare plant based food? In the comfort of your own kitchen!

Brünhilde from Everyday Plantpower offers you the opportunity to learn all about plantbased cooking. In your own kitchen, with your own kitchen tools, tailored to your personal needs.

From cooking lessons to life lessons. Being coached by Brünhilde is not about cooking only. It’s about which ingredients create a delicious dish and which ingredients make life a beautiful experience!

One afternoon to boost your cooking skills. How simple can it be!? What I considered previously to be impossible, Brünhilde made very simple and clear. Without fuss!”
quote by JD

A while ago I had a conversation with someone (let’s call him JD). He complained about his food being boring, tasteless and dry. Unpleasant to eat. He claimed to lack the creativity to solve this problem. He didn’t know where to start!

On top of that he had recently discovered that he suffers from a histamine allergy. He was advised to cut numerous foods from his diet. Things like: tomatoes, peppers, fermented products (ieg soy, yogurt, sauerkraut etc.), spices like cinnamon, cumin, pepper, coriander. The list is not only extensive, the information about what to leave out is often confusing and contradictory. Making things rather complicated!

I decided to offer my help. I suggested to come over to his house and show him how to prepare delicious plantbased food within his restrictions. An appointment was made quickly.

In the meantime I did some research about the do’s and don’ts with regards to this allergy. I have to admit it was a bit daunting. I am so used to cooking with cumin, cinnamon, coriander, tomatoes, peppers etcetera, that being unable to use those ingredients forced me to step out of my comfort zone. A challenge but an opportunity at the same time!

Confident and excited I headed to his home with a crate full of fresh herbs, spices, lentils, different kind of veggies and much more! We spent four to five hours preparing all kinds of dishes, meanwhile explaining how to substitute eggs, meat, cheese, fish etcetera. I taught him the benefits of using fresh herbs and how to incorporate flavour and texture into a dish.

We managed to prepare a long list of dishes, among which:

  • lentil soup
  • chickpea omelet
  • roasted cauliflower
  • bulgur tabouleh
  • roasted zucchini
  • roasted eggplant
  • homemade humus
  • black pesto

I left JD a happy man, delighted and excited about his new cooking skills. Through an enjoyable afternoon he gained better quality of life! That was one of his comments and the above quotes was his feedback!

His praise humbled me and I am so happy to have been of service to him.

Do you face similar issues that keep you from switching to a (more) plantbased lifestyle? Or would you love to spend an afternoon improving your plantbased cooking skills? Please send me an email at and we can discuss details further or click here and fill out the form.

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Looking forward to cook with you!


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