Hello Hokkaido! Lets eat!

🌢 bye Tokyo
but not forever Whilst on the plane to Hokkaido I think I`ve spot the mighty Mount Fuji from my plane window! I`m 99,9% sure of it but my family doesn`t think so but I still think this vague shadow on the background is Mount Fuji. According to Louise (hi!!) from it is supposed to make you lucky on your trip when you see Fuji-san from the plane. I haven`t seen mount Fuji from a closer point and I still want to but seeing Fuji-san from the sky I do feel blessed! This was my breakfast by the way: a peanut butter sandwich (not good), a hot cuppa matcha (very nice!) and a rice cracker (yum!). We really left Tokyo huh? I`ve decided to pamper my support system.⛛
New Chitose Airport

The New Chitose Airport is actually pretty nice and quite entertaining too and there`s enough shops and food places. Me and my family couldn`t even decide which restaurant we should pick for lunch.

project: vegan panna cotta

It's been awhile since I have made this Italian dessert called panna cotta that literally means 'cooked cream' in Italian. I love eating it because 1. it's a dessert (always the best) and 2. it's creamy and melts in your mouth when made properly. But I've stopped eating it because this desserts has a jelly agency to be shaped and set like a pudding and usually the jelly agency for that is gelatine. I'm a pescotarian which means I don't eat meat except seafood and gelatine comes from animal (pig) bones.

Luckily we have a plant based alternative because Mother Nature rocks and so I've replaced gelatine with... agar-agar! Agar-agar comes from seaweed and popular use in Asian countries. Thanks to that I was able to make my beloved panna cotta again and with todays recipe it's possible to make it vegan too.
Het is alweer een tijd geleden dat ik deze Italiaanse dessert panna cotta maakte wat 'gekookt room' betekent. Ik ben dol op dit gerecht…