Some of you may know that before we built ourselves our amazing new kitchen over in Cowley, Taste Tibet operated (for rather too long) out of our home. The house still bears the scars - the leather sofa cushion stained on one side by a large tub of Fairy Liquid, the cream walls still dotted black in places by our menu boards, and a build up of stuff. This week we have been spring cleaning the house, and a lot of things have gone to charity. Charity shops don't exist in Tibet,
Many of us have committed to a new, healthy start for the new year, excluding alcohol, meat and other foodstuffs from our diets in a bit to raise sapping energy levels after a season of overindulgence. Natural foods are best for a detox, and the best recipe for a balanced diet. In Tibet, our vegetables are grown by the same hand that later chops them up for the family meal. Preparing and cooking food from scratch is the most effective way to keep healthy, but if you don't hav
Taste Tibet is proud to serve a wide range of vegan dishes at our weekly stall in Oxford's Gloucester Green market. All our vegetarian food is naturally vegan, bringing weekly joy to our many vegan customers, including Keble student @nico.lettuce, who captured the moment she opened up this tasty box of vegan momo dumplings and vegan curry, delivered to her by a fellow student during a recent essay crisis. In fact, both meat and dairy play a big role in Tibetan culinary life.