Vegan fondue doesn't have it easy in Switzerland as we live in a country that is proud of it’s melted cheese traditions and fondue is as much a part of winter life as Christmas and Skiing. But the next time you have a fondue you no longer need to exclude your vegan friends as there are now some very good vegan fondues on the market. I recently tried three offerings from Pakka, Yolo, and New Roots and i have to say i was pleasantly surprised. The nut version is just as creamy and comforting as a traditional Moitié Moitié and doesn't throw me into a food coma. And also with the added bonus that your house doesn't smell like cheese's armpit afterwards. But that’s not all. Wan’t to make you own vegan fondue? Then try this recipe, (It’s in German unsurprisingly,) from Eat-This.org which is made from cashews. No everyone can get involved with fondue. Yay!
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3. Russischer Transport
Welches russische Transportmittel würdet Ihr wählen: Gagarins Rakete "Wostok", den Bio-Lada oder das Dnepr Seitenwagengespann?
1. Casa nostrana
Albisstrasse 25, 8038 Zürich
2. Lucky Dumpling: Authentic Chinese
6 years ago we welcomed 'Dini Mueter' to the Langstrasse. This summer, the bar and restaurant underwent a refurbishment and just reopened its doors with a new concept and a new name. Well, actually the new name is also the concept: Lucky
3. Ooki: All the way from Tokyo
Whenever a new Japanese restaurant opens somewhere, you can be sure that I’m not far behind. This new locale is called Ooki and serves gyoza, ramen, tempura, udon, Japanese curries and sake. The interior is very authentic, the
A while ago I saw the start of a discussion about fertility treatment in switzerland and how it compares to other countries. however, i cannot find that thread anymore so i thought i'll just ask again about different expriences.I know that the laws differ from one place to anotherand i assume the price too. a good friend of mine just tried her luck three times here in zurich and was now told that her chances had been better if she'd done it in spain or uk. does anyone know anything about this or has some advice?