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Free Online Open House: July 12

Hi friends! Popping in to wish you a good week and to let you know about the free online open house on Wednesday from the Academy of Culinary Nutrition. You know how much I love my work with this incredible school and this Wednesday (July 12), you’ll have the chance to be a student for the day. […]

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2017 Culinary Nutrition Conference

Free Online Culinary Nutrition Conference

I’ve been sharing a lot about the Academy of Culinary Nutrition lately, but with good reason: spring is a very busy time for us! I wanted to ensure you don’t miss out on this free, live online conference, which is happening next week on Wednesday, May 10. There is a spectacular slate of experts that […]

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From Scratch 2017: An E-Cookbook for Charity

From Scratch 2017, a gluten-free, dairy-free + plant-based e-cookbook for charity, is on sale starting today! This cookbook, compiled by the alumni of the Academy of Culinary Nutrition, is the 4th annual edition and I’m so jazzed that you can now get your hands on a copy. I’ve got one of my recipes in there and I […]

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Registration is open for the 2017 Culinary Nutrition Expert Program!

I am so excited that registration opens today for the 2017 Culinary Nutrition Expert Program! Some of you may remember that a big part of the work I do is online at the Academy of Culinary Nutrition. It’s an online holistic cooking school launched by Meghan Telpner that teaches our students about the therapeutic properties of […]

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How to Use Turmeric

14 Alternative Ways to Use Turmeric

In the last year I’ve become a total turmeric fanatic, adding it to my meals in so many different ways! Even if you hate curry, you can still reap the benefits. In my latest column for Food Bloggers of Canada, I walk you through this incredible ingredient and the alternative ways to use it you […]

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Guide to dairy-free milk

A Guide to Plant-Based Milks

Years ago, if you were allergic to dairy or lactose intolerant you had only a couple of options: soy milk or watery rice milk. If you’ve consumed either of these, you’ll understand why some people gag at the thought of dairy-free milk. ‘Cause soy milk and watery rice milk are straight-up gross. Now that allergen-friendly and […]

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Is baking with flaxseeds dangerous?

Is baking with flaxseeds dangerous?

Is baking with flaxseeds dangerous? An excellent question! Five and a half years ago, I wrote a blog post answering this question. Well, sort of. I initially wrote the post when I was in the throes of nutrition school. I was totally overwhelmed by new, exciting and terrifying information, and overly enthusiastic to share it with […]

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Gluten-Free Cookie Dough Bites

A Guide to Using Dried Beans (including how to make them more digestible!)

There are so many reasons to love beans! High in protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals, beans are a tiny yet mighty superfood. Personally, I prefer using dried beans – they’re cheaper, contain no additives and – best of all – can be cooked in special ways to make them more digestible. In this month’s Allergen-Friendly Ingredients […]

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Culinary Nutrition Open House

Watch 6 Free Gluten-Free + Dairy-Free Cooking Videos

Happy Friday! I’m popping in to wish you a wonderful weekend and let you know about a free online open house at the Academy of Culinary Nutrition, which features a selection of gluten-free and dairy-free cooking videos. It’s happening on Wednesday, July 13 beginning at 10:00am, but you’ll have an entire 24 hours to watch […]

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Breakfast Cookies - Your Guide to Natural Sweeteners

Get Your Guide to Natural Sweeteners

The foods on the shelves today would make our great-grandparents’ heads spin, but few aisles would be more confusing for them than the one with natural sweeteners. White sugar is a pantry item that’s been used for generations, but research is piling up to show that white, refined sugar is harmful to our health. It’s a highly addictive […]

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