Macaroni and Cheese

Before I went (pesce-) vegan due to my MS diagnosis I was a dedicated omnivore (it’s not that long ago tbh – I’m following the OMS program for a little more than a year now.)Anyways I used to love traditional Mac and Cheese and also experimented a lot with different ingredients, cheeses and flavors. To … Continue reading Macaroni and Cheese

Autumn veggie stew

…that one fought my cold effectively! 🙂 ingredients: 4 cups vegetable stock 1 cup dry white wine 1 cup Aquafaba (chickpea water) 1 cup brown lentils 1 can of chickpeas 150g glass-noodles (or any other kind of noodle you like) juice of 1 lemon 3 gloves of garlic, minced 2 (red) onions, diced a thumb-tip … Continue reading Autumn veggie stew


Pumpkin – especially hokkaido – is besides kale my favorite autumn vegetable. I’m not too much into baking sweets, cakes and pies but as my weekend trip got cancelled I got plenty of free time left spontaneously so I decided to give my cravings for an OMS-friendly pumpkin pie a go.And hell yeah, I nailed … Continue reading Hokkacheesecake

Missing menstruation and the big soy question

Well, it took me quite some time to find convincing research results about a question that keeps me awake at night: Is eating soy beneficial for regaining my period or not?At first it’s important to find out about the cause and state of the specific amenorrhea. Is it due to PCOS, hypothalamic amenorrhea or even … Continue reading Missing menstruation and the big soy question

Dried apple rings with cinnamon and cardamom

This is my favorite OMS friendly sweet treat that I actually use to buy prefabricated.I tried to make them at home and added some cinnamon – no surprise it has been a huge flavor improvement. It’s super easy to make it just needs some time in the oven. ingredients & method: 2 large apples (I … Continue reading Dried apple rings with cinnamon and cardamom

Homemade kimchi

Haven’t done this in years but it seemed the right time now to dive a little deeper into fermentation! …and kimchi is definitely one of my favorite ferments. It’s also incredibly healthy. I made a little lazy version compared to the traditional pre-preparation of the cabbage itself but it works perfectly well. This version is … Continue reading Homemade kimchi