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Mackerel Hand Rolls


This is a simple meal that our boys never fail to gobble up with their eyes darting around the kitchen looking for seconds and thirds. So simple to make, too. All you need are: Read more about Mackerel Hand Rolls


How to Make Healthy Korean Pancakes


Korean pancakes, called bin dae duk, are unique in that they aren't made with flour. Traditionally, bin dae duk includes small amounts of pork, but on this particular day, we made this with nothing but hearty beans, fresh vegetables, and a small amount of rice. Read more about How to Make Healthy Korean Pancakes


Dark Chocolate, Almond Butter, and Raspberry Cups


You'll likely be surprised in discovering how simple these are to make - they're perfect for times when you feel like having a healthier version of Reese peanut butter cups. Read more about Dark Chocolate, Almond Butter, and Raspberry Cups


Crispy Potatoes with Guacamole


All plants, gluten-free, dairy-free, and mouthwatering with every bite, you can't go wrong in pairing crispy baby potatoes with freshly made guacamole.

Rich in potassium, vitamin B-6, manganese, vitamin C, lutein, healthy fatty acids, and fiber, this combination makes for a highly nourishing meal that is easily digested by the masses. Hope you have a chance to try this - it's super simple to prepare and is excellent value, making it an ideal dish to serve up to a large gathering of hungry humans. Read more about Crispy Potatoes with Guacamole


How to Make Tasty Vegan Burgers


Rich in healthy protein, folate, and fiber, chickpea and corn burgers are definitely worth trying where one is looking to reduce overall intake of flesh meats.

The key to these burgers is to remove as much moisture as possible from the chickpeas and corn before combining together in a food processor.

We used chives, avocados, tomatoes, and Dijon mustard to liven up our burgers. You can follow your tastebuds and make your own version of chickpea and corn burgers by adding favourite spices and garnishes. Cumin, coriander, mayo, and all types of greens are excellent choices, as is plenty of freshly cracked black pepper. Read more about How to Make Tasty Vegan Burgers


Rice, Black Beans, Guacamole, and Greens


When we're pressed for time and on the prowl for some serious flavour, this is our can't-miss choice for dinner.

You can make your own black beans by soaking the night before and cooking them until tender, but more often than not, we go with the healthiest pre-made black bean product at the grocery store. Which leaves only a pot of rice, some guacamole, and crisp shreds of lettuce and your favourite tomatoes to have on hand to construct a wonderfully satisfying and nourishing meal, rich in healthy protein, health-enhancing fat, and plenty of antioxidants to support cellular health. Read more about Rice, Black Beans, Guacamole, and Greens


How to Make Cancer-Fighting Buttercup Squash Soup

Every mouthful of this savory buttercup squash soup delivers an abundance of cancer-fighting nutrients: carotenoids, vitamin A, real vitamin C, and manganese. It's also a good source of most B vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids, which makes it an excellent choice for protecting your heart and blood vessels.

Before ingesting, please be aware that one or more bowls may cause you to roll around on the ground, as you won't know what else to do as you declare it to be the best squash soup you've ever had. Read more about How to Make Cancer-Fighting Buttercup Squash Soup


Apple Cleanse

Now that autumn has arrived for those of us living above the equator, let's have a look at a simple detoxification routine that you can follow without making any major changes to your daily routine.

Here's what you do:

Eat nothing but apples - any variety you like - whenever you are hungry, from the time that you wake up to the time that you usually have dinner. Read more about Apple Cleanse


Quinoa: One of Nature's Healthiest Protein-Rich Foods

If you're looking for a truly healthy, protein-rich food to anchor your diet, I highly recommend that you consider quinoa (pronounced keen wah). Called the "mother of grains" by the Incan empire, quinoa is native to South America, and is naturally rich in all nine essential amino acids - these are amino acids that we humans can't make from other nutrients, so must obtain from our diet. Quinoa is one of a few grains that are gluten-free, and for most people, it's easy to digest and utilize. Read more about Quinoa: One of Nature's Healthiest Protein-Rich Foods




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