A simple girl usually covered with almond flour.
I´m Laura Kuklase, a dreamer from a small country called Estonia. Usually, you can find me in the kitchen covered with almond flour. I also need to apologise for not being word-perfect in English.
… I didn’t graduate from culinary school.
Instead, I studied law for five years and got my master’s degree in 2018. However, the kitchen has always been my happy place.
I have no idea. These two don’t go together very well. Probably it happened because I’m in love with cooking since childhood.
I started this blog because of practical reasons. I always managed to loose my notebooks or random papers with recipes. Since many people were asking me some for my recipes, then it was easier to write them down.
I LIKE TO THINK …
… that I’m at the beginning of my journey.
For my surprise, I even managed to be listed as one of the top food photography blogs.
I try my best to understand what my body is telling me. For me, all the ingredients should be as less processed as possible. I always look for natural ingredients or grow the ingredients by myself.
I´m not a vegetarian or vegan. Also, I´m not on a keto, paleo diet or any diet. However, many of my recipes are just like that.
I can describe it as intuitive eating. I don´t count calories or macros.
I can’t complain. I find it the best way to enjoy food.
Even though I don’t like to post naked pictures on the Internet, I still have little abs. At least, when I’m not in a food coma and my workout schedule has been on point. I’m still an human.
In my menu, I’ m obsessed with healthy fats and my body uses it as an energy source. It keeps my mind clear and body toned.
Readers kept asking for my food photography tips. For that reason, I started to blog about this topic as well. For my surprise, I quickly managed to get to the top awarded food photography blogs.
As a result, you can find my food photography thoughts all over the place. I just answer to most common questions I get.
My interest in photography began in 2010 when I got my first DSLR camera. It was a Nikon D90 which I got as a gift from my lovely father. I’m a very lucky girl.
It was a fantastic gift, but the only condition was that I had to take 200 different images every month. We are still laughing that I have the blog because I have to shoot those images.