Guest Bloggers

Konstantinos – Beets Me

Konstantinos is the owner and creator of the vegan food blog Beets Me. He started cooking at the very young age of 9. And though at first he followed a career at art and design his passion for cooking won him over. After going vegan back in 2008, he began experimenting with all the new ingredients he was learning about at the time and started working on new recipes or trying to veganize traditional Greek recipes. By 2018 he decided that he wanted to share with the world what he had learned all the past years about vegan cooking. So, he created the vegan food blog Beets Me and his YouTube channel (Beets Me). Ever since he has been posting 2 new recipes every week and offers tips and help to anyone asking. Also, since the spring of 2019 he has been part of the Vegan22 Greece group as a mentor and food specialist. Offering guidance to people who wish to turn vegan but struggle with the process.

6 Recipes by Konstantinos



Delicious traditional baked pasta dish with a juicy vegan mince and creamy béchamel sauce, a classic in Greek cuisine!

Vegan Tzatziki

This authentic Greek vegan tzatziki by Konstantinos is creamy, delicious and very satisfying. Serve it with fresh vegetable sticks, olives, bread or in a sandwich, wrap, salad, or whatever you fancy!

Vegan French Toast

These golden slices of vegan French toast are so easy to make, and you’ll be delighted with the result.

Lentil Soutzkoukakia (Kofta) from Smyrna


These tender, lentil-based soutzoukakia (kofta) by Konstantinos of Beets Me are rich in flavour as well as nutrients. They can be served with either rice, mashed potatoes or fries, plus a side salad.

Vegan Zucchini Fritters

Crispy on the outside and soft in the middle, you will love these zucchini meatballs with their summery flavour of dill, parsley and mint. Recipe by Konstantinos.

Greek Stuffed Eggplant with Soya Mince


Make this succulent and tasty Greek dish and you will be very please with yourself! Called Melitzanes Papoutsakia (literally, small eggplant shoes) in Greek, this oven baked dish is topped with delicious soya mince and a rich béchamel sauce.