Lemony Broccoli Pasta with Browned Butter

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With the stealth addition of legume-based noodles you can fret less about pasta night when it comes to blood sugar control. Even more so when you beef up the dish with tender-roasted broccoli. A drizz

Lost Feast

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As COVID-19 continues to disrupt our lives, many of us are turning to home cooking for health and entertainment. I’m working on my thin-crust pizza, and many of my friends are calling me at odd hours

Healing Kitchari Bowls

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Kitchari is an Ayurvedic staple and is extremely good for digestion. Split peas, moong dal, lentils … kitchari is made from many types of pulses. Our version includes split peas and rice soaked overni

Black “Caviar” Lentils Tumbled Over Creamy Yogurt with Mint

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In this recipe, West meets East. Black lentils, aptly nicknamed “beluga caviar,” given their look, are grown in the west in cool, dry climates. We’ve paired them with a hint of Middle Eastern flavours

Red Lentil Dip

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This creamy, smooth dip doubles as a sandwich spread. Full of flavour, colourful, and creamy, it’s the quintessential dip for any occasion. Be sure to use “toasted” sesame oil as it adds a depth of nu

Ginseng Honey Toast

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Though inspired in name and origin by Japanese Shibuya honey toast, which is a dessert often made with condensed milk or ice cream, this version is much lighter, with ginseng simply added to honey bef

Chicken Cauliflower Fried Rice

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The chameleon of the kitchen, cauliflower transforms into “rice” that, once seasoned and cooked, is remarkably similar to the real thing. It’s a blood sugar-friendly base for this quick yet flavourful

Grapefruit and Lychee Fizz

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Ingredients1 large red grapefruit, peeled and seeded 2 Tbsp (30 mL) lime juice 8 canned lychees, drained Sparkling waterDirectionsIn blender, combine together grapefruit, lime juice, and lychees until

Mixed Frozen Berry Cobbler with Crystallized Ginger

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The tantalizing bits of crystallized ginger in this dough-topped fruit dessert add a little excitement to a holiday classic. The lower sugar content finds the right balance between sweet and tangy. An

Seared Venison Tenderloin with Sage and Red Wine Sauce

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There’s nothing like a buttery red wine sauce to evoke the feeling of chalet comfort. This version reduces the butter and honey so there’s just enough to balance the acidity in the wine.If you can’t f
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