Welcome to The Veggie Wifey an online platform dedicated to vegetarian living.
The Veggie Wifey
Hi! My name is Divya, and I am a recipe developer, food writer and menu consultant living in Hong Kong. This blog is inspired by cooking for my meat-eating husband. I now have two young kids and love creating healthy vegetarian recipes to share with the world. When I am not working on my own business, you can find me exploring the city with my family.
Divya Butani’s objective is to make vegetarian food accessible, easy to make, and delicious for you and your family. Here are all of Divya’s recipes to help you make vegetarian food at home.
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Food For Your Cycle – 28 Vegetarian Recipes To Help Manage Your Hormones
This article was originally written by Divya Butani for Naari Magazine in March 2023 Every month our hormones go for a toss. Estrogen, progesterone, the luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) fluctuate in four separate stages through 28-35 days, every month, each year, even when we hit early menopause. Our menstrual cycle is…
5 Ways That Encourage Toddlers To Expand Their Palate
Mealtime can be quite tricky for parents, especially when toddlers are still developing their preferences. At times, children are quite reluctant to experiment with different foods. Children are keen to stick to what they know, and hesitant to try new things which is a very normal part of development. Fear of new foods (food neophobia)…
Kichiri In A Wrap: A Fun Way To Pack Ayurvedic Benefits
This recipe was made using SpiceBox Organic’s Kichiri Mix Detox Packet Kichiri is a thousand year old South Asian lentil dish packed with nutrients. It’s a blend of rice, lentils and spices that are cooked over a long simmer to reach a porridge. What makes this dish so special is its Ayurvedic benefits. Ayurveda is…
This recipe was made using the Meyer nonstick saucepan and the nonstick chef’s pan from the Spark Collection Welcome to my recipe remix series. This series is inspired by my love and appreciation for cuisines from around the world, and my passion to recreate traditional recipes at home. What is Tahdig? Here we have tahdig…
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