Introducing vegan pastry chef, photographer and blogger, Denise Hung

I think its weird that sometimes, vegans just tend to “click” with each other in our conversations even though we have barely just met!

I met Denise who is a vegan pastry chef, photographer and fellow blogger when she happened to find her way into Lush during the day I happened to be working.

Our conversation just flowed and we decided to exchange contacts with each other.

We then finally arranged to meet up where I introduced Denise to Real Food (at Killiney Road).

Having eaten at Real Food for quite a number of times already with friends who are not on any special diets, I was confident that Denise would definitely love the food and atmosphere there.

And since she is a photographer, here’s the shot that she took:

Doesn’t it look good? You can check out Denise’s post about her experience at Real Food here.

We had a great dinner that night where by a stroke of luck, we happened to share the same table with Neil, who is the organiser of The Singapore Vegetarian Meetup Group!

I will be blogging about the food me and my all my friends had so far at Real Food. Plus, a meat-lover (my friend’s sister) fell in love with a particular vegetarian dish that she said tasted like meat.

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4 thoughts on “Introducing vegan pastry chef, photographer and blogger, Denise Hung

  1. More and more people are choosing to eat a vegetarian diet because they know that veggies are healthful food. Using low calorie and vegetarian recipes is one of the most important things you can do to protect your heath and the health of your family since obesity is now an epidemic in the United States and other developed countries. Cooking them is still better than the alternatives to a vegetarian lifestyle or a vegan lifestyle, but we receive the most nutritional benefit from ingesting whole and organic raw foods. They will often include many of the vitamins, minerals, and sources of nutrition that every body needs. These low calorie recipes, usually high in fiber, protect against digestive disorders such as diverticulosis and may offer protection from colon and lung cancers. Many low calorie and vegetarian recipes use soy, tofu, dried beans and peas to add protein to meals. Using low calorie recipes will provide a diet rich in vegetables, fruits, grains and legumes, adding high amounts of all the essential vitamins and minerals. Subscribing to vegetarian magazines, scouring newspaper food sections, and visiting veggie websites will bring you a respectable number of recipes, but it’s more convenient to have hundreds and hundreds in one place. ‘

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