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picture of a variety of lentils

Lentils – What you Need to Know

For the love of legumes! Lentils are one of the oldest cultivated seeds from the legume family and are thought to have originated in the Mediterranean region. They have been favoured for thousands of years as a staple food and are eaten all over the world today. Lentils come in dozens of varieties but the… Continue Reading Lentils – What you Need to Know

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Pumpkin Corn Bread - Gluten Free

Autumn Pumpkin Corn Bread – Gluten and Dairy Free

Pumpkin spice makes every thing nice! Sweet, savory and full of winter squash nutrients, this gluten free corn bread is a treat straight out of the oven and served up with soups, stews and chillies that make their way to the table in the cooler season. A fun twist on a traditional corn bread, this… Continue Reading Autumn Pumpkin Corn Bread – Gluten and Dairy Free

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A variety of winter squash

The Wonderful World of Winter Squash

Pump-kin up your menu with these hardy and nutrient rich vegetables Okay, let’s start by clearing up the fact that squash is, indeed, a fruit as it contains seeds and is produced from a flower. Whatever, we’re over it already! What is more important is that squash is a delicious and nutritionally dense plant food,… Continue Reading The Wonderful World of Winter Squash

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Homemade Masa Harina Flour Tacos

Homemade Masa Harina Flour Tacos – A Crowd Pleaser

Fresh tacos equals happy belly’s! One day I decided I wanted to attempt home made tacos, like dough and all, and recruited my husband to the team! We haven’t bought store bought tacos since! Although the dough is made from very simple ingredients, making them homemade is something that needs dialling in. With a little… Continue Reading Homemade Masa Harina Flour Tacos – A Crowd Pleaser

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Cheesy Vegemite Scrolls

Cheesy Vegemite Scrolls

Nothings says Australia like Vegemite Okay, there is nothing gluten or dairy free about this recipe but it speaks Australia through and through and as I am immersed in the Land Down Under, it only seemed appropriate to collect an Australian recipe to share! When in Rome, as they say! Vegemite is a savory staple… Continue Reading Cheesy Vegemite Scrolls

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Simple Autemn Harvest Borscht

Simple Autumn Harvest Borscht

Can’t beet this classic! I had the good fortune of being the recipient of some traditional Doukhobors cuisine made by my children’s Great Grandma before she passed and her Borsht was one of them! Although this recipe is no whereas perfect as Granny Merry’s, it is amazing how good a combination of late summer/early autumn… Continue Reading Simple Autumn Harvest Borscht

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Shrimp, Cucumber and Vermicelli Salad

Baby Shrimp and  Rice Vermicelli Salad with Rice Vinegar Dressing

So many ways to serve up a noodle! This Asian inspired cold noodle salad is a great way to use up those nutrient rich, garden slicing cucumbers. Comes together easily and is tangy and sweet. Try this salad out for something different and new! Ingredients: Salad: Dressing: Directions:

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Creamy Tahini Brown Rice Salad

Creamy Lemon and Tahini Brown Rice Salad

A wholesome, healthy way to use left over brown rice! Looking to use up your left over brown rice? This salad is a healthy whole grain salad that is rich in fiber, healthy fats and vitamins and minerals. Great for a weeknight side and left over lunches for the weekdays. Tahini dressing can also be… Continue Reading Creamy Lemon and Tahini Brown Rice Salad

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Karynkraut – A twist on Traditional Sauerkraut

Give your gut the gift of  goodness!  Easy versions of sauerkraut can be as simple as red or green cabbage but I took this one a little further adding onions, ginger, garlic and hot peppers, along with a little apple to round it out! If you want to try a straight up Sauerkraut to start… Continue Reading Karynkraut – A twist on Traditional Sauerkraut

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baked pizza on a tapioca flour crust

Tapioca Flour Pizza Crust – Gluten Free

Gluten free pizza crust for the win win win! Are you gluten free or looking to step away from so much wheat in your diet but still want to enjoy a classic comfort food? This tapioca flour pizza crust is gluten free, celiac friendly and turns out de-lish! Holds together, thin crust crispy and full… Continue Reading Tapioca Flour Pizza Crust – Gluten Free

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Inner Vision Health and Wellness Karyn Lawson RMT INHC