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Spelt Berry Porridge with Granola, Dates, and Raspberries


Last year, I had my first cooking attempt with wheat berries when I made the Back on Track Wheat Berry Salad. I fell head over heels. (That is one of my favourite salads by the way!) Wheat berries are chewy, versatile, and they pack a great nutritional punch. And then I discovered spelt berries. I […]


Spiced Red Lentil, Tomato, and Kale Soup

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This is the kind of soup with broth that tastes just as good, if not better, than the actual add-ins. Is it normal to want to guzzle the broth? Well, it is now, my friends. It’s actually a miracle I have any taste buds left because I’ve burned my tongue so many times since dedicating […]


Superfood Crunch Salad with Homemade Balsamic Apple Vinaigrette

This past year was easily my most memorable on record. It started with finding out we were expecting early in January, then it was a move and a several month house renovation (I do not recommend this while pregnant, hah), my first cookbook released in March, September brought the birth of our baby girl, and […]


Tex Mex Spaghetti Squash with Black Bean Guacamole


Eric and I have been quite obsessed with HGTV and DIY Network for some time now. We know all the shows. All the hosts. Bryan Baeumler fan girl/boy right here! We can recite all the annoying commercials by heart (ugh). We watch repeated episodes multiple times to the point where we could recognize the homeowners […]


The 10 Lessons of Project Food Blog


When I first heard about Project Food Blog, I was shaking in my boots. You want me to do…what exactly? I felt as small as an ant. For how many months? My eyes were wide in horror. I thought about it for a while as I read over the challenge descriptions. And then it hit […]


The Best Shredded Kale Salad


Whenever I’m in the Phoenix area, I make a point to dine at True Food Kitchen. For those who aren’t familiar with True Food, the famous Dr. Andrew Weil (along with restaurateur Sam Fox) opened this restaurant in 2008. There are now several locations. The entire menu is based around Dr. Weil’s Anti-Inflammatory Diet and […]


The Big Vegan Bowl

Are you on Instagram? I have to say, it’s my favourite form of social media. What’s better than a constant stream of your favourite people’s photographs? You get a peek inside someone’s life, little snippets of their day. The interaction is fun too. Scrolling through the feed is one of my favourite ways to pass […]


Top 10 Soup Recipes of 2011


         Happy New Year! Are you eager, worn out, hung-over, excited, or ready for summer? Maybe, you’re cold and looking to warm up with a soothing bowl of soup? Or maybe you’re fighting off a bit of a cold from the holiday excitement? Yes to all of the above. Here are the top 10 soup […]


Top 12 Vegan Entrées of 2011


      The last week in December is one of my favourite times of the entire year. Everything slows down. It’s eerily quiet. The normal traffic has vanished. Snow falls from the sky and glistens on the trees. Eric’s home early from work.  We have impromptu get togethers with friends. I feel proud when I’m able […]


Top 5 Salad Recipes of 2011


      Last night, as I was eating my 4th holiday cookie in a row dunked in Holly Nog, I started to think about salad. and Green Monsters. Funny  how that works, eh? and then my thoughts drifted back to more holiday cookies. So I ate the last Chocolate Chip Cookie with toasted pecans (sorry Eric) […]


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