Monthly Archives: May 2011

Soup || Homemade Cilantro Lentil Soup

Even though it’s almost June, it has been a little cold here and it seems that a soup recipe might be in order. Great flavour and hearty ingredients make this a classic in our house. Lentils are a great food … Continue reading

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Breakfast || Coconut Chia Parfait

Chia seeds are a “super-food” (like one of those ones you should make a point of eating). They are rich in anti-oxidants and omega-3 fatty acids. In fact, they are the only food that is higher than flax seed in … Continue reading

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Fresh Almond Milk

Creamy, lite, and refreshing! Almond milk is a great alternative to soy or dairy. You can use cashews, Brazil nuts, or hemp seeds as well as the almonds shown here to make nut milk. A serving of almonds provides 175% … Continue reading

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Smart, meet … Best

“For the first time in history many Children will die before their parents …” Shocking, right? This quote resonates with my mom. Facts like that are what inspired her to start creating recipes that are wildly delicious as well as … Continue reading

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Salad || Orange & Sesame Kale Salad

This is the best way to eat Kale, by far! It maintains all of its nutritional value because it is a salad (hence not cooked) but is delicious and easy to eat as it is marinated. Kale has gained fame … Continue reading

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