Back in my gluten-eating days, I gobbled up sesame sticks by the handful. I loved the saltiness and the crunch, and somehow convinced myself that they were healthy because they weren’t made of chocolate or sugar. Even though I knew they were probably fried. (Yep, my line of thinking made no sense.) Then spelt sesame […]
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I just returned from a holiday in my hometown of Toronto, where I caught up with family and friends and watched a ton of reality television with my mom. There wasn’t much cooking (or uncooking) going on while I was home, so I wanted to ease myself back into food preparation with a super easy […]
I’ve been trying to reduce my flour consumption lately. Too many homemade breads and muffins have left me with a undernourished, heavy feeling. I held a lofty belief that gluten-free flours made from whole grains like quinoa, brown rice, amaranth or chickpeas were far superior to white or wheat flour. And from a gluten intolerance […]
I have a secret to share with you. I’m a full-fledged cracker addict. Read carefully – I said cracker. One is never enough – I’m always compelled to return to the cupboard for more. I can inhale a package of them in matter of days. Problem is, I’ve been eating far too many rice crackers […]
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