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Malin Nilsson (Food Blogger)

September 29, 2017

These days, it seems like every other person you meet has some sort of dietary restriction. Whether the reasons are medical, ethical, or religious, people today are much more conscious about what they put in their bodies. Personally, I have four vegetarians in my immediate family, one person with celiac disease, and one mushroom hater! Sometimes, accommodating everyone’s preferences can seem challenging, but it’s really not that difficult, especially when there are food bloggers out there doing the work for you, people like today’s contributor Malin Nilsson!

 

Based in Sweden, Malin’s website, Good Eatings, is filled with beautiful photos of vegan and gluten free recipes. It’s the perfect place for cooks who are interested in eating wholesome, natural foods that both look and taste delicious. Whether you want to make a cake, a meal, or a smoothie, Malin’s got you covered with recipes that manage to be nutritious without skimping on any of the satisfying goodness.

 

THE SUPER NOODLE SALAD W. TAHINI DRESSING

 

PUMPKIN, CARROT, AND RED LENTIL SOUP SPICED WITH SMOKED PAPRIKA

 

GREEN NOODLE SOUP WITH SMOKED TOFU

 

CARROT KIMCHI

 

STEWED APPLE CRISP POTS

 

 

For Malin, her passion for healthy eating is about three things: overall wellness, animal cruelty, and her own gluten intolerance. She's interested in foods that make her “feel good and that do the least harm to our planet and all the living creatures inhabiting it.” I love that! 

 

Be sure to check out Malin’s website for new recipes and her Instagram account for more gorgeous photos! Her food looks so amazing, all your stereotypes about vegan/gf cooking will completely disappear! She shares her inspirations below. Thanks, Malin! ~Erin 

 

Listen 

 

Something To Tell You (album) by Haim

Read 

 

Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead by Brene Brown

 

Watch

 

It's a toss up between The Wire and RuPaul's Drag Race. It seems a little arbitrary, but I love the characters developed in The Wire, and RuPaul's Drag Race just makes me laugh, love, and live with more spark.

 

~Malin

 

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