Homemade Coconut Milk

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Thank you for visiting my site! Feel free to have a look around, hope you enjoy your stay! Nothing is more refreshing and satisfying than homemade coconut milk. You have to try it to believe it. The hardest part about making it is getting to the meat of the coconut; trying to get the darn […] Read more…

My favourite Lemon Tahini Salad Dressing

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I  love this salad dressing, its one of my favorites. Its a nice creamy salad dressing that is flavourful and very healthy. I either make this in the food processor for a more creamier version or if I don’t feel like cleaning out my food processor I will make it without. The only difference is […] Read more…

Vegan, Gluten and Soy Free Lasagna

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On my attempt to avoid gluten, dairy and meat from my diet I had an idea, well, more like a challenge. I wanted to make a lasagna. How is it even possible to make lasagna which is usually covered in cheese, filled with ricotta cheese and meat and layered in between gluten containing pasta? Well, […] Read more…

Baked Salt & Vinegar Chips

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Potatoes are my weakness. As a Nutritionist I know fried potato chips are a no-no. Fried foods have potential carcinogens know as acrylamide, which is a chemical that is formed when foods (mostly carb rich vegetables) are fried at high temperatures. Potato chips and french fries being the highest Read more…

Spotlight on Diabetes: 5 Tips to Avoid Hypoglycemia

Experiencing a hypoglycemic (low blood sugar) reaction can be a cause for concern in itself, but it can also be a sign of more serious things to come. The result of excess insulin secreted into the bloodstream, hypoglycemia causes blood sugar levels to drop dramatically and is often the result of a diet containing refined […] Read more…

Nutrient Packed Salad Rolls!

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Red cabbage, carrots, spinach, green peppers, basil and brown rice vermicelli fill these delightful salad rolls. I love eating my salad this way and with my recent find of brown rice vermicelli these are even healthier. I’ve been searching for brown rice papers and did a quick search and found them on Amazon! I think […] Read more…

Miso + Chickpeas + Seasonal Vegetables!

I love using miso as a soup base. This healthy version of soy is fermented and brings along with it beneficial bacteria that help with many things in your body; from better digestion to increased immunity. I make sure to use an organic miso (as soy is now mostly grown genetically modified) and paired with […] Read more…

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