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ABOUT MILKINGALMONDS.COM

The philosophy behind milkingAlmonds.com is fresh, earthy, natural ingredients and strictly plantbased recipes. This is, however, not a health food blog. You will find healthy recipes full of greens and ingredients that will do wonders for you, but you will also find greasy cookies, churros and burgers. I love that balance and I am in no way a fanatic.

If you have a question, an inquiry, a request or something completely different, you’re more than welcome to contact milkingAlmonds.com at: trnrsk [at] gmail.com

 

WORK WITH MILKINGALMONDS.COM / www.trinerask.com

Brand: Now, I am not interested in overcrowding my website with ads and banners. What I am interested in, however, is sharing knowledge about products that I love and honestly use in my daily life as well as in my recipes on milkingAlmonds. It would be my pleasure to incorporate your brand into some of the original recipes on the site as well as create recipes specifically to showcase your product.

Recipe: Recipe creation is one of my true passions. I work with a love for simplicity and with the knowledge for intricacy. Whether you are a brand, a restaurant or other food establishment, a food writer or anyone else who would need to have a recipe created or perfected, I will be sure to help you! Keep in mind that I work only with plantbased ingredients. Freelance only.

Photography: Are you writing a cookbook, or perhaps starting a food blog of your own and in need of some help to get started? Have a look through my archives and see for yourself what I can do. Freelance and Scandinavia only.

Feel free to contact me for details or ideas; no strings attached.

9 Comments

  1. Hello,

    My name is Angela. I run a dessert blog, confectionerybliss, on Tumblr and I was wondering if I would be able to use some of your current and future dessert photos to post on my blog? Also if I can do the same with your savory posts which I have a savory blog under the name, thekitchenfrontier.

    I always make sure to post a link in the content source box, a link for the click through on the photo and I always make sure to link back to the specific image I use, and also add the creators name along with the recipe link. I never publish the full recipe nor take credit for anything post on my blog cept my own creations. I never republish any recipes. It’s always just a photo, with three links back to the original post and also adding the name of the blog where the photo comes from.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

  2. Hi,

    My name is Anna and I work for a digital agency called R/GA. I would love to get in touch re a potential collaboration opportunity for one of my clients. I’d rather not share the details of it here, but would be very happy if you wanted to get in touch on the email address provided.

    Many thanks,
    Anna

  3. Hi,

    My name is Erica Lee. I have been following milking almonds for some time now and have really enjoyed the plant based recipes. However, what I wanted to ask you about was your photos. Do you take them or do you have a photographer? How do you take such great photos? When I try to take photos of a dish I’ve made with my white table or white tablecloth in the background, it looks nothing like that! Your photos are so beautiful, please share some tips for a newbie. Thanks!

    Have a wonderful day.

    1. Hi Erica. Thank you! I do all of the photography myself. My number one tips are natural light, a decent camera / phone camera and angles. Natural light really does work best for food photography. Especially if the light source isn’t direct, and if it’s from the side or behind the object. Many of my favourite Instagrammers use their iPhones for photography, and it’s beautiful. You don’t need a fancy camera. I like playing around with different angles, although I almost always go back to the “from above” angle. It’s very flattering for most things. Have a lovely day too!

  4. Hi Trine,

    I just stumbled across your blog and it’s fantastic – I’m always on the hunt for delicious vegan/vegetarian meals! If I were to try out a few of your recipes, could I post your pictures on my blog (The Sunday Wardrobe). I wouldn’t post the full recipe (or maybe even any of the recipe) and instead link to your site for readers to get the entire recipe from your site. I just love your photography and would love to do your delicious looking dishes justice on my blog (my photography isn’t nearly as good)! I would of course give you all the credit and link your blog and the recipe post.

    Thank you,
    Nabihah

    1. Hi Nabihah, thank you so much for your comment! You’re more than welcome to share my pictures on your blog. Have a lovely day!

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