If you’re looking for wholesome, satisfying, veggie-packed recipes, you’re in the right place!
Who am I?My name is Magdalena. I love to cook healthy and simple meals with natural ingredients, whole grains, good fats, fruit and vegetables because I strongly believe that what we feed our body has a great impact on our health.
I’m a self-taught cook and photographer from The Hague, the Netherlands. I moved here from Poland over 20 years ago. Since I can remember, I always felt like I needed to be some place open to diversity and different ethnicities. I was lucky enough to find it! There are over a hundred nationalities living in The Hague and every one of them brings its own food, culture and traditions. I have amazing friends and acquaintances from all over the world.
Unlike Amsterdam, The Hague is not too crowded with tourists and seaside is only ten minutes biking away!
Besides food, I am also very interested in the entire concept of wellness – exercise, mental health and mindfulness.
Story behind this food blog
This website is a twin sister of a blog I created back in 2016, not so long after being diagnosed with cancer. It’s when I decided to focus more on what I was putting on my plate and discovered my passion for cooking. At first I was just cooking to feel better and relax. Over the years it has become my whole life – I simply can’t imagine doing anything else. I love my job!
The happiest time for me?
With food in my kitchen and my best four-legged friend Vito.
What are my favourite foods?
Everything green, sourdough, kimchi, potatoes and artichokes. I can’t live without good coffee, pickled beet juice, peanut butter and dark chocolate.
Salty or sweet?
Favorite travel destination?
Rome – Italy. Always and forever!
Is Vito vegan too?
I had to put Vito on a plant-based diet long before I went vegan – he’s allergic to most of the animal protein. I’ve been cooking vegetarian meals for him for over 6 years now.
Not your ordinary vegan! Simple recipes from a meat lover who gave it up for a better good. She may have removed the meat but not the flavour, aroma or taste. She’s amplified it!
How to support Vito Bites?One of the easiest ways to support the blog is sharing it with your friends and family. You can use the social media buttons placed under each recipe. Another easy way is to comment and rate the recipes! This encourages other readers to try the recipes too. I value your feedback on each recipe – it helps me understand how to make the recipes and this site better.
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