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Ditch the food guilt and enjoy the things that make you feel warm and fuzzy inside

By On August 14, 2017

Food guilt. It comes in all shapes and sizes and it makes you feel like crap. For me, it’s when I decide not to order that delicious dessert for fear of its… Read More


The sweet truth on fruit vs commercial sugars

By On May 18, 2017

It is no revelation that sugar has been identified as a negative influence on our health and well-being, but what should we think about fruit – after all, it contains sugar as… Read More


Vegetarian Feijoada – for the Olympic athlete in all of us

By On September 26, 2016

To quote the cinematic classic that is Cool Runnings – I’m feeling very Olympic today! As things heat up in Rio I thought it only fitting to share a hearty recipe from Brazil… Read More


Why we love buckwheat (and why you should too!)

By On August 31, 2016

I am going to put it straight out there and say it – buckwheat is underrated and under-appreciated and I’d like to change that. Don’t let the name fool you, it has… Read More

Soups from around the world

10 soups from around the world to add to your repertoire NOW!

By On August 3, 2016

A bowl of soup on a cold winter’s night is like a warm blanket for your insides. Molten and delicious; liquid gold, if you will. Don’t get me wrong, pumpkin soup will always have a… Read More


Okay, I’ve bought the seaweed… now what do I do with it?

By On July 6, 2016

Last month, we talked about the health benefits of seaweed. Now, it’s time to cook with it! Here’s the thing about seaweed: It’s scary until you try it.  I won’t lie, its not… Read More


Kangaroo-gan Josh

By and On July 4, 2016

Kangaroo meat is unique for its optimal nutrition, as well as for its ethical value relating to how the roos are farmed. The distinctive qualities of the meat have even had the… Read More


Spiced Hazelnut and Parsnip Cake

By On June 30, 2016

As far as seasonal winter produce goes, things can get pretty limited when you live in a cool climate as most things grow best in the warmer months. Enter the humble parsnip.… Read More


Seaweed – should you be eating it?

By On June 20, 2016

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of seaweed? I’m willing to bet that nine times out of ten, the answer is not “yum”. You’re probably picturing yourself… Read More


Chai Poached Pears with Creamy Quinoa Porridge

By On May 30, 2016

The cold weather is just setting in, the first fire of the season has been lit and the winter woolies are out. Time to bunker down and get ready for winter with… Read More