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A green kitchen story

Every kitchen has its own story, with the kitchen that Swedish David Frenkiel and Danish Luise Vindahl share with their three children in Stockholm no exception. These two peas in a pod are behind Green Kitchen Stories, an award-winning food blog that pioneered the Scandinavian vegetarian food scene more than a decade ago by offering a seasonal, healthy and modern take on vegie recipes created in their very own green kitchen.

Green Kitchen Stories began as a blog in 2009 and has evolved into a multimedia brand encompassing five cookbooks (The Green Kitchen, Green Kitchen Travels, Green Kitchen Smoothies, Green Kitchen at Home and Little Green Kitchen), an app and quite the Instagram following between their two accounts — @gkstories (394k followers) and @luisegreenkitchenstories (214k followers). Across these channels, Frenkiel and Vindahl share easy, delicious and nutritious vegetarian family recipes and travel tips from their adventures with their brood. From shooting inspiring flatlay food photography to capturing joyous moments shared as a family, the visual storytelling of Green Kitchen Stories is just as rich as the recipes themselves.

I meet the couple on FaceTime as morning light streams through their home in Stockholm, Sweden, and birds are chirping in the background. They have just dropped off their three children — Elsa (10), Isac (6) and Noah (3) — at school.

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