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Baked grapefruit is so yummy! Have it for breakfast, for dessert, add it to salads, yogurt, etc. You will not be disappointed! It is a great addition to this otherwise simple salad. The last time I made this, I skipped the chick peas and green peas and opted for crumbled goat feta instead. As you […]Continue Reading →
This is a quick and easy weeknight meal. It is full of flavour and has anti-inflammatory and hormone regulating benefits as well. The spices are warming so it is a perfect meal for cooler weather. Enjoy!
Ingredients: Serves 4
2 cups Jasmine Rice (dry, rinsed)2 cups Plain Coconut Milk (from the carton)1 tsp Turmeric2 tsp […]Continue Reading →
These are a yummy snack on their own or pair perfectly with your favourite salsa or guacamole. 30 minutes, 9 ingredients, cleaned up dortitos…porque no?
And if you want to take things to the next level – whip up this Vegan Nacho Dip to go with your chips!
6 Corn Tortilla (6-inch)1/4 […]Continue Reading →
I would like to dedicate this recipe to all the Mary’s crackers lovers out there. This recipe requires very little prep or clean up and is full of goodness. These are a great accompaniment to soups, crumbled on salads or dipped in hummus or guacamole or you can simply enjoy them on their […]Continue Reading →
This is a delicious and easy salad to have either on its own or as a side dish. It is also an easy recipe to play around with. Use whatever veggies you have in your fridge and whatever beans or legumes you have in your pantry. The fresh corn and tomatoes of summer make […]Continue Reading →
This is a recipe from Helen Nearings Cookbook – Simple Food For the Good Life. This dish is tasty, detox-friendly, easy and makes for great leftovers. I like to add some fresh cilantro at the very end for extra flavor. This goes really well with steamed broccoli and/or kale both of which enhance liver […]Continue Reading →
This is a recipe I came across in the Autumn edition of ‘Food and Drink Magazine’. It is delicious, nutritious and easy to make!
1 and 3/4 cups of organic chicken or vegetable broth 1 cup quinoa, rinsed well and drained 2 tbsp olive oil 2 shallots, peeled and finely diced 1 clove garlic, […]Continue Reading →
This is a traditional dish from Costa Rica. It is often served for breakfast with a fried egg or scrambled egg and a slice of avocado. It is also delicious served over a bed of spinach greens with fresh salsa. So simple and yet so delicious!
1 lb Black beans (dried or in […]Continue Reading →
Christina Carreau BA, NDChristina Carreau, is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor in Toronto. Her mission is to inspire ‘A Healthier You’. [Continue Reading...]