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Liver, a True Superfood |

Liver – A True Superfood!

When we think of superfoods, things like kale, acai, chia and other plants come to mind. However if we actually put a definition to the word superfood, it becomes quite obvious that these are not true superfoods. Here are my requirements for a superfood: It needs to be jam-packed with ...
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Bacon & Apple Braised Cabbage |

Bacon and Apple Braised Cabbage

Cabbage isn't many people's first choice of veggie. It has a bad reputation that it simply doesn't deserve! Cause you know what? It's one of my favourites and I'm not a notorious eat what most normal people don't like person. I have learned that if you cook food properly, it ...
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Plantain Pancakes | grain free, dairy free |

Plantain Pancakes

I used to LOVE pancakes. Seriously love them. I mean come on, refined carbs + sugar + maple syrup - what's not to love? Interestingly, as I've changed how I nourish my body, my palate has also changed pretty dramatically (I say this as I type away while snacking on ...
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75 Healthy Holiday Recipes | gluten free, dairy free, grain free |

75 Healthy Holiday Recipes

The holiday season can be challenging when you avoid certain foods. If you're lucky, you can indulge in a few treats that you wouldn't normally indulge in - if that's the case go ahead! Just make them count! However if you're like me, there's a line you can't cross. I ...
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Maple Balsamic Kale | vegan , paleo, AIP, delicious |

Maple Balsamic Kale

I love kale. But I am also very aware that kale is an acquired taste. I didn't love it right off the bat, and in fact I was kind of intimidated to cook it! I hate soggy cooked greens, and raw kale salad can be kind of overwhelming (both from ...
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Ginger Carrot Soup | dairy free, paleo, vegan |

Ginger Carrot Soup

This past weekend we harvested all of the carrots from our garden. We were shocked to see how many there were! We only planted 1 row, but ended up with bowls and bowls of carrots. So in order to use them all while they're fresh and most tasty, I quickly ...
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Red Curry Mussels | grain free, low carb, nutrient dense |

Red Curry Mussels

Mussels have been a restaurant go-to of mine for a long time now! Living with food allergies can be challenging when it comes to eating out - especially since so many people love Italian (read: wheat and cheese). However most of the time there's a mussel dish on the menu, ...
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Bacon, Guac & Tomato Bites |

Bacon, Guac & Tomato Bites (and why you don’t need to be afraid of bacon!)

In honour of the ridiculous report released by the WHO earlier this week (saying that bacon and red meat are akin to cigarettes regarding cancer risk), I've decided to share a go-to appetizer in my house - Bacon, Guac & Tomato Bites! This doesn't even really require a recipe per ...
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Pumpkin Spice Muffins | grain free, gluten free, nut free |

Pumpkin Spice Muffins

Well it's about time I posted a pumpkin recipe this fall! I'm a huge fan of the pumpkin-spice obsession that occurs as of October 1. Normally I stick with homemade pumpkin spice lattes using my pumpkin spice creamer, but sometimes I get a little more creative. Case in point, this ...
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Thanksgiving Round Up

The best part about Thanksgiving is that it is based around real, whole foods like meat and veggies. I've gathered up some of the most delicious Thanksgiving recipes from the blogosphere to help you finish up your menus this weekend! The only classic Thanksgiving foods that are not real, whole ...
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Squash Tutorial |

Squash Tutorial

With yesterday being the first day of October, I thought it would be timely to post a simple tutorial for cooking squash! Winter squashes of all varieties are one of my favourite foods, which is interesting because they literally made me gag as a kid - I wouldn't even carry ...
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Baba Ghanoush & Cucumber Sliders | grain free, dairy free, vegan |

Baba Ghanoush & Cucumber Sliders

This recipe came out of troubleshooting the following food-related challenges opportunities I was posed with last week: We have cucumbers growing like crazy in our garden right now, and I needed to use them up in any way possible. They were large field cucumbers, which worked just fine, but I ...
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