WELCOME TO GEORGIE EATS!!
First things first, let me introduce myself. Hi! I’m Georgie. I am 22 years old, 5ft 2in and from the south coast of England. In-between writing this blog and freelancing as a recipe developer and food writer, I’m studying to become a nutritionist.
SIMPLE. SEASONAL. SUSTAINABLE.
That’s what Georgie Eats is all about. Simple recipes that use the best of seasonal ingredients to help you cook and eat more sustainably. With my recipes, I want you to fall back in love with veg, learn how to nourish both yourself and the planet and cook delicious, healthy food.
SUSTAINABILITY IS SEXY
I am passionate about sustainability and reducing our environmental impact. However, I don’t personally believe that in order to do this everyone needs to become a vegan and sell their cars. Small little changes can make a big difference – even just one meat-free meal a week can make an impact!
That’s why instead of rigid rules, I like to take a more flexible approach to eating. All of the recipes you will find here I class as ‘flexi-vegan’. That means that although most recipes are completely plant-based, some may occasionally contain eggs or dairy products, or have an option for you to add meat if you would like. Nevertheless, all the recipes focus on celebrating the seasons and making plants star of the show.
I like to get the best out of what is in season. Eating seasonally is not only more affordable and kinder to the planet, but tastes so much better!! I have divided my recipes up seasonally to make it as easy as possible for you to to cook produce when it is at its best but for more seasonal guidance and information, I find this website extremely helpful!
Please enjoy! I love to see your pictures, so please do send or tag me in any photos of your creations and let me know what you think. You can pop me over an email, find me over on Instagram or leave me a comment on the recipes page.
I put A LOT of effort into each one of my posts, so please please please if you repost one of my recipes or pictures make sure you credit them back to me. Thanks!