What’s a good activity for social-isolation? Netflix! We have all had a little more time to watch more Netflix lately, and the words “plant-based” seem to be on the tip of everyone’s tongue. This is fueled in part by the recent documentary “Game Changers.” The movie offers up a healthy dose of celebrity anecdotes, eye-catching […]
What do we eat when we can’t visit restaurants? We say…extra time in your home means extra time to cook some delicious and nutritious meals! Pasta and nuts are two foods that have long shelf lives and are great items to stock-pile in your pantry during this time.
These griddle cakes with blueberry sauce contain flaxseed and oat flour to provide a boost of fibre to help keep you feeling full longer.
Adapted from Pinch of Yum, this cozy, bright, and nourishing “golden temple” soup is loaded with anti-inflammatory ingredients like turmeric, cauliflower, and cashews.
This recipe for Instant Pot Moroccan Chickpea Stew is full of protein and fiber. Plus, it incorporates a fall favourite – pumpkin!
This recipe for back country lentil stew is a quick and easy meal that lends itself perfectly to cooking on the trail. Try it on your next hike or camping trip!
A quick and easy Middle-Eastern egg dish, great for breakfast, lunch or dinner, this shakshuka is great paired with whole grain bread, pasta or just on its own!
Look no further for your next vegan-friendly burger recipe with these beet and lentil patties – perfect for summer and year-round!
If you are looking for an extremely quick and easy dish to throw together when short on time, this recipe for a seasonal frittata is a great healthy meal!
The Beyond Meat burger continues to skyrocket in popularity as the first plant-based burger to taste and look like the “real thing” (a.k.a beef). But is it actually good for your health?