Category: Recipes we ♥︎

baby it’s cold outside

              Sweet potato white bean soup 2 tbsp coconut oil (original recipe called for 1 tbsp butter and 1 tbsp vegetable oil) ½ onion, coarsely chopped 1 rounded tsp curry powder 1 tsp ground coriander 2 medium sweet potatoes, peeled and cubed (and roasted if you have time) 946 ml carton of vegetable broth (I used Pacific Foods’ low-sodium version) 19 oz can white beans, rinsed and drained 1…
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breaking bread

        Any way you slice it, gluten-free people can have their sandwich and eat it too. For all the sammie lovers out there, check this out. Organic Works Bakery will be selling and sampling their many varieties of GF bread at Gluten Free Garage—raisin cinnamon; quinoa maple; buckwheat, chickpea and flax; buckwheat chia—along with more of their delicious baked goods. And, get this, owner Peter Cuddy is bringing along the bakery’s buckwheat…
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the chip that keeps on giving

    Neal Brothers Kettle Chip-Crusted Chicken with Truffle Mayo 4 skinless, boneless chicken breasts Neal Brothers Truffle Mayonnaise Neal Brothers Kettle Cooked Pink Himalayan Salt Chips (or any flavour) Instructions Preheat oven to 425°F. Liberally coat the chicken with the mayo. Crush the chips, to about ½-inch squared or smaller. Press the chicken, mayo side down, into the chips, coating quite thickly. Place in the oven and cook for about 15-20 minutes. Enjoy with…
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the grain-free gourmet

  Celiac may be the first disease most people associate with gluten free, but for JK Gourmet founder, cookbook author and colitis sufferer Jodi Bager, going “g” free (as in gluten and grains) was a key ingredient to being symptom free for the past 16 years. Launched in 2001, JK Gourmet makes natural whole foods and baked goods—free from grains, gluten, sugar and preservatives—that taste out of this world and make you feel great, regardless…
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the art of cooking gluten-free pasta

  If you’ve ever cooked gluten-free pasta, you know about its tendency to end up a mushy, sticky mess. We’ve been there, done that. So we turned to the pros—Italpasta—for some advice on how to cook gluten-free pasta. 5 tips for cooking gluten-free pasta #1: Always cook gluten-free pasta in lots of water, preferably 5 to 6 quarts per pound of pasta. #2: Season your pasta water with one tablespoon of salt per pound of…
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winter survival salad

It’s been a looonnnggg winter and my body needed this salad. I literally loaded it up with everything I was craving. It’s packed with vitamin C, antioxidants, protein, iron, fibre, calcium, beta-carotene and more. And I’ve eaten it every night this week. It goes like this: Winter Survival Salad arugula spring pea mix (pea shoots, radish, red choi, buckwheat) chickpeas avocado beets (steamed) red onion peeled grapefruit segments raw walnuts honey goat cheese Dressing: really…
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