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Fresh peas and mint are a beautiful compliment to one another because everything about their flavours scream summer. Served with buckwheat and mushrooms, this dish will leave you nourished and satisfied.
It’s officially spring, which means warmer weather, blooming cherry blossoms, and house cleaning! Tis’ the season to be scrubbing floors, removing clutter, and dusting every square foot of your dwelling. Unfortunately, we spend ample amounts of energy polishing our homes, but often ignore the body when it’s crying for a fresh start.
Buckwheat is a soft and nutty grain. Though technically a seed, buckwheat is tasty cooked, like in the summer sweet pea dish, or raw. This recipe bakes the raw groats with rolled oats and cacao nibs to make a deliciously crunchy breakfast granola.
This breakfast dish is a digestion reset. After a weekend of indulgences, this can often be the Monday morning meal that can put you back on track.
Saint Valentine’s Day falls on February 14th, which marks the celebration of love and affection. There’s often an abundance of flowers, sweets, and chocolate. However, it doesn’t necessarily have to be Valentine’s to add some good quality chocolate to your day.
Many would argue that anything topped with guacamole will taste heavenly, and I may be one of those people. However, this black bean shiitake mushroom filling is delicious on its own too! This meal is simple, filling, and nutritious.
Brussels sprouts belong to the cruciferous vegetable family, which are known for their anti-cancer properties and estrogen detoxifying actions.
Soups are a staple winter dish. This recipe uses aromatic spices to enhance the flavour of the yam, which is a grounding root vegetable.
Potatoes tend to get a bad rep and I honestly don’t like the taste of them very much. Yet, this dish speaks to how delicious and nutritious they can be without added butter and cream.
A powerful phytonutrient called betaxanthin is responsible for giving red beets their amazing colour. Betaxanthin is an antioxidant that protects the body against harmful molecules called free radicals.
Homemade bone broth is a rich source of protein, calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, and many other trace minerals. It also contains glucosamine and chondroitin, which are components of cartilage.
By choosing a whole grain flour and improving the quality of the sugar, these cookies offer some nutritional benefits and taste delightful! This recipe is inspired by Andrea Potter of Rooted Nutrition’s Chewy Ginger Snaps. Happy Holidays!
In the spirit of Halloween, I threw together this recipe for roasted pumpkin seeds. After all, I like to get the most bang for my buck so why not utilize those tasty seeds post-carving?
Kale chips are an extremely popular and healthy snack. Unfortunately, store-bought brands are usually pretty pricey. This recipe will save you money and is super easy to make.
If you’re in the habit of making your own nut milk, then you know what it’s like having extra pulp around. Try making these crackers to prevent the leftovers from going to waste!
This recipe puts a vegan Thai spin on a traditionally cheesy Italian dish by pairing coconut’s decadent texture with a punch of fresh lime juice and basil.
The leaves are changing colour, scarves are back in rotation, and best of all, squash are here in abundance! I’ve created this seasonal dessert to celebrate Thanksgiving and welcome fall.
This homemade veggie burger puts store bought varieties to shame. Not only does it taste better, but you get to decide what goes into the patties. There’s no preservatives or unnecessary ingredients and you can customize the flavours to your appetite.
Holy guacamole! How delicious are avocados? I would eat them everyday if I could. These nutrient dense fruits add creaminess to everything. They’re great in smoothies, dips, dressings, salads, spreads, you name it!