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Dear lovely readers of a conscious kitchen. I am facing a blog dilemma, and I would like your help. I cook vegan in two completely different styles- strict gluten free, sugar free and low fat for myself and those I live with, and then for the loft where I cook a few times a week its no holds barred- gluten, sugar, salt, fat- all in abundance. At the moment I’m only blogging about 1 tenth of what I cook because I judge it too unhealthy/ too full of gluten etc to put up here. So, readers, what are you into? Should I make this a health food blog and then get another for my “normal” vegan cooking? Or should I keep it all together, and keep it more general? I would love a bit of feedback. Thank you so much 🙂 I hope you’re all having a wonderful Thursday! X

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About Madhava.Sangini

Hi, I'm Madhava Sangini. I'm a cook, a naturopath, a Mum, a musician and I practice Bhakti Yoga. I live in rural New Zealand with my husband and 1 year old son. I blog about Vegan/vegetarian cooking, healthy living, conscious parenting, music making, homemaking.... My interests are diverse and this blog is also quite diverse.

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  1. I really like that it’s free for all the stuff that is in most food. It means I can cook whatever’s on here without thinking of substitutes myself!

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  2. Please keep it healthy vegan! More of us need to share that healthy food can be delicious and beautiful! Keep it low-fat, low-salt, low-sugar. That is the diet we ALL should be following, no matter our age or health status. Thank you for the post! Blessings–Melanie

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    • Thanks Melanie! Yeah, its true, a whole food, plant based, low sugar, trans/ saturated fat and salt diet is best for everyone- I think I’ll keep this blog on the healthy side of vegan cooking, and maybe make another for “treat” foods. Thanks for commenting!

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  3. If it is not too much work for you to keep them separate, perhaps the idea of a second blog showing the recipes you cook from the Loft for those of us who aren’t so strict about the less healthy components, would be appreciated 🙂

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  4. I so love this blog! I’ve found it really hard to find recipes that lean toward wholefood and gf.thanks so much for the focus of this blog!

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