Finnish vegan food introduced in Bounding over our steps

Wild strawberries pierced with hay.

Wild strawberries pierced with hay.

I wrote a guest posting to the superb blog Bounding over our Steps about vegan food and being vegan in Finland, my native country. I met the bloggers Mindy and Ligeia in Chiang Mai, Thailand and found out they are vegans, travellers and bloggers as well.

Bolete mushroom soup made with soy milk and fried false morels on top.

Bolete mushroom soup made with soy milk and fried false morels on top.

Salad made of different kinds of mushrooms.

Salad made of different kinds of mushrooms.

Potato casserole is made sweet by adding wheat flour to mashed potatoes and left to sweeten for overnight. It is a traditional christmas dish.

Potato casserole is made sweet by adding wheat flour to mashed potatoes and left to sweeten for overnight. It is a traditional christmas dish.

Finnish pea soup is made of dried peas which you soak overnight, cook one or two hours with onions, carrots and spices and eat with mustard.

Finnish pea soup is made of dried peas which you soak overnight, cook one or two hours with onions, carrots and spices and eat with mustard.

I love different kinds of edible forest mushrooms. These are chantarelles in a marinade.

I love different kinds of edible forest mushrooms. These are chantarelles in a marinade.

Lingon berry pie. Instead of quark vegans use soy yoghurt.

Lingon berry pie. Instead of quark vegans use soy yoghurt.

Rye bread is essential in Finland. Here I´m eating it with margarine, mustard, smoked tofu and cucumber.

Rye bread is essential in Finland. Here I´m eating it with margarine, mustard, smoked tofu and cucumber.

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