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Ah, fermented foods. Typically, most people cringe at the thought of the food we eat being full of bacteria, but fermentation is actually an age-old tradition dating as far back as 6000 BC; it was used originally to help preserve food and even change the...

With the cold, gloomy weather in Toronto, we’re naturally keeping cozy with delicious warm drinks. Wellness lattes are becoming a popular drink of choice lately, and many health food restaurants and cafes are now selling a wide array of warm superfood drinks. Chaga hot chocolate,...

There's nothing quite like a refreshing leafy green salad for a meal when it's hot outside.  This recipe is filled with antioxidant rich green vegetables, plus the digestive supporting sauerkraut.  For those of you who are wary of sauerkraut, this is an easy and tasty...

Cashew Sumac Kale 1 bunch of kale, chopped finely 1 cup toasted cashews 2 tsp sumac 2 tsp olive oil 2 cloves garlic, pressed sea salt to taste Directions: 1. Rinse and chop the kale. 2. Saute the minced garlic in olive oil for a minute, until softened.  Add the kale and sumac and...

Za'atar Tahini Roasted Vegetables 1 eggplant, sliced into thin discs 1 zucchini, sliced into thin discs 1 yellow pepper (or you could use red pepper), sliced into thin strips 1 bunch fresh asparagus, chopped into 1 inch pieces 1/2 cup fresh parsley, chopped finely 2 Tbsp tahini 2 Tbsp olive oil 1 Tbsp...

Jicama is one of those odd vegetables that doesn't get used very widely in North American cuisine.  Jicama is a root vegetable from South America that can be used as a great low-carb alternative to starchy grains and vegetables like potatoes, especially if you are...

  World Cancer Day is February 4th. Continuing with the Union for International Cancer Control’s three-year campaign slogan “We Can, I Can”, this day highlights how we, both as a society and as individuals, can reduce the burden of cancer. Cancer affects everyone, but we all...