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    oooo yay – it’s the christmas treats episode ! all vegan, all relatively healthy, and all yummy as hell.
    because let’s face it, how happy would the holidays really be without the food ? i know one youtuber who’s going to stuff her face come december 24th.

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    the dip in the pot is my favourite ( weird swedish dish ) but i’m also so looking forward to david’s chocolate fudge, the mandarins, the fig chutney, the crisp bread. the vegan cheese, prince sausages and meat balls. the vegan christmas ham. the kale salad and the roasted brussels sprout. the jansson’s delight, and the pickled aubergine in vegan caviar sauce. i mean the list goes on and on, i could just keep on typing. so let’s stop before i drool all over myself, i’m wearing a white shirt after all.

    xmas food is of course normally incredibly rich and not so high in nutrients, so i’ve found a way to balance it out with lots of fresh fruit and veg to keep my body from going under. balance is a good word this time of year, don’t you think ?


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    angharad. says:

    In Australia we call oatmeal porridge and I think what you made is what we call rice cream or similar to that

    Marianne Rady says:

    Uuuh, the saffron buns, nom! I went to Stockholm in November and loved them! Thanks and love from Germany

    Jilleyful says:

    In Canada, we eat lots of cookies! I've veganized all our favorite recipes, and my kids helped me bake loads of them, this Christmas season!

    Loli V says:

    i am australian and here its bloody HOT! for us xmas is all about the pool, beach and of course a nice cold beer! my family is half dutch and half Uruguayan so we celebrate xmas eve much more than xmas day. We stay up till midnight and even though all the kids have grown up, we still play our traditional game of "spot rudolf's nose in the sky" at midnight while one person quickly puts all the presents around the tree for a magical surprise! its the best time of the year

    sonia , says:

    we eat rice porridge too ! but i'm making it with oat milk and oat cream (for the creaminess haha)

    TheBathroomGirl says:

    hej jenny, on the blog post it says 1000ml cornflakes and also 200ml shredded coconuts! is it supposed to be grams or did you mean like measuring with dl cups?

    Lisette Chinn says:

    Great recipe ideas, how do you handle minimalist decorating for the holidays? Ornaments are so beautiful, but what about the collection from family?

    Megan Pál says:

    In Ireland traditionally we have a fry up Christmas morning (sausages, rashers, eggs, baked beans, fried mushrooms, toast, hash browns…etc) since going vegan I make a vegan version 🙂 We also have selection boxes, I don't know how popular they are around the world but for anyone who doesn't know it's a box full of different chocolately treats and Tesco and Moo Free do vegan versions 😀 Christmas pudding is another tradition has to be topped with something alcoholic and then lit on fire of course! lol

    恵理Ellysia says:

    This isn't food but I think Christmas crackers are a UK thing that other countries don't often have? And we have Christmas pudding- a mix of fruit and cake and we pour brandy over it and set it on fire, then when the fire goes out you have your serving with cream. There is also a 20p people put inside.

    To The Universe says:

    I live in the states but my family is hungarian. This time of year for whatever reason we crack out the traditions and have Gerbeaud and Beigli!

    VeganMalory says:

    They all look delicious –  I can't choose. & you look especially ravishing in that shirt color! BEAUTY!

    Megg says:

    JENNY I LOVE YOUR HAIR COLOUR And I LOVE IT UP IN A PONYTAIL SO GORGEOUS! At Christmas we eat french toast or pancakes with maple for breakfast and for dinner we have cabbage rolls, wontons, fried rice along with other appetizers and for dessert we eat pumpkin pie and nanaimo bars!! Can you guess where i'm from?

    isyntax says:

    fikka is also seaweed in Greek

    Katherine Maurin says:

    Thanks for sharing! Bravo Les Mustards!

    LUISA LUISA says:

    Hello, i from Ecuador and your videos are so good, i don't talk a lot of english but don't is a problem to enjoy your videos, i have been write corrently this sms

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    Evgeniya Dukman says:

    In Russia we eat scaring russian salads with a lot of mayonese)) "fish under furcoat", "olivier", "holodets" etc.

    Ony Onofre says:

    We eat natilla here in Colombia. It's cooked corn starch + moscovado sugar + cinnamon. It ends up having a jelly type texture and the cinnamon is the universal flavor for Christmas and cozy. Yum

    madonnella says:

    Your make-up looks so amazing in this video. You’re so pretty. <3

    Javiera Paz says:

    In Chile, we celebrate Christmas during summer, so Santa should definitely wear flip-flops and a swimsuit, hahahaha. Anyways, in terms of treats, this holiday means Pan de Pascua, which is a sweet bread similar to a panetone but the batter is filled with spices like cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg, and it contains almonds, walnuts, raisins and dried fruits. It is so yummy <3 We also drink "Cola de mono" (which literally means Monkey's tail, but there are no monkeys involved), which is a drink traditionally made with aguardiente, milk, sugar, cinnamon and cloves. I've made a vegan version by replacing cow's milk with rice milk and it is so yummy!!! The idea is to drink it cold, with some ice and it's perfect for our unbearably hot holidays.

    Rina Sorokina says:

    In Russia the New Year’s eve is more popular than Christmas now. And the most popular dishes (during last 30-40 years, actually) are salads with mayonnaise, grilled chiken with roasted potatoes, caviar and a lot of sparkling wine…😕 But salads have funny names, such as “Herring under a Fur Coat”. It contains layers of herring, boiled potatoes, beetroot and mayonnaise.
    But I try to make new, cruelty free habits in my family!🌿And it goes well!😉Will try some of your recipes too, thank you!

    Bookupied says:

    My favourite finish christmastreat OS "julstjärnor". Not so healthy maybe, but easy to make them vegan!

    Bookupied says:

    Yes, lussekatter ❤️✨

    Flora Mangini says:

    In Brazil we have a a very hot Christmas season, being summer and all. Still, food is a huge part of the season and most families have Panetones (sweet bread with dried fruits or chocolate), rabanadas (another sweet bread with lots os cinnamon) and we have cold beer or wine with our meals.

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