If you’ve read my previous post on juicing, you know I’ve been dealing with some energy and digestive issues. As cooked carbs made me extra sleepy after eating them, I turned to raw foods to see if it would change anything. Well, it did! Now, let me tell you my backstory with raw foods. IContinue reading “My experience eating raw”
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What I’ve been eating for the last 2 months!
When I work on my blog, I like to experiment with new recipes, try out new products, invent new ways to eat ordinary foods. This worked for me for the last year or so. However, about two months ago, I started craving the same dish. Over and over again. So much in fact, that it’sContinue reading “What I’ve been eating for the last 2 months!”
I few weeks ago, I was tagged by Jen from the blog GypsyBus28 to do the 2016-2017 tag. How fun! Go check out her blog for beautiful recipes and fun reviews. I have to say this tag asks really hard questions, but I guess that makes it a useful reflection tool. The tag was createdContinue reading “2016/2017 Tag!”
Vegan Fest Montreal 2016 + blog announcement // Festival végane de Montréal et nouvel horaire de blog
(Version française plus bas!) I’m super excited to let you know that Montreal’s vegan festival is coming back this week-end at the Marché Bonsecours in the Old Port. Last year I had a lot of fun perusing the different stands and came back home with quite a lot of spices and an excellent book. IContinue reading “Vegan Fest Montreal 2016 + blog announcement // Festival végane de Montréal et nouvel horaire de blog”
Food Prep: avoid waste, save time + money!
Sometimes I feel like I spend my entire days in the kitchen either preparing something for the blog or something for lunches or dinner. It can be annoying to realize how much time you have to spend daily in the kitchen! A simple trick that I love is to food prep on Sunday afternoons. ItContinue reading “Food Prep: avoid waste, save time + money!”
Deliciously Colorful Root Salad
Beets! Beets! Beets! They are so beautiful, and they are just coming in season in Montreal. They are so wonderfully sweet and crunchy; they are the best addition to any salad! I love that I can find different colors to add some ‘wow’ to simple dishes. Beets are not only beautiful, they are also veryContinue reading “Deliciously Colorful Root Salad”
Sprouts: a few tips
Sprouts are a great way to add flavour and texture to salads, soups, sandwiches and snacks. They are also a great source of nutrients and vitamins, so why not grow them yourself? Well, before you start, there are a few things you need to consider. I hope these tips are useful, and inspire you toContinue reading “Sprouts: a few tips”
Summer is coming!
With the warm weather coming back, I have but one thing on my mind: TRAVEL! Every time I hop in the car or on the bus, I feel like shouting, “To infinity and beyond!” However, as we don’t have any trips planned for this summer, I’m starting to think that exploring our province would beContinue reading “Summer is coming!”
Sweet Potato Nori Roll
I love purple sweet potatoes! I also really like nori sheets, so why not combine the two? Add a few little things, and BAM! You have a nice, filling, fresh, and colourful meal that you can customize to your liking (or to your fridge’s content)! Here is what you need for each roll: 1 NoriContinue reading “Sweet Potato Nori Roll”
Blanc de Gris, or how to have a mushroom farm in the city
Last summer I had the chance to visit the urban farm Blanc de Gris which specializes in growing mushrooms. After being a little bit confused by the very urban setting (the farm is in fact situated in an old warehouse), Dominique, one of the co-founder took us around a tour of the “farm”. One word:Continue reading “Blanc de Gris, or how to have a mushroom farm in the city”