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Gluten-Free Raspberry Rhubarb Crumble

What I made with my CSA: ratatouille, rhubarb raspberry crumble + more

Happy weekend! I hope summer has been treating you fabulously so far. I’m popping in for a quick hello and to share what I’ve been making this week with my farm CSA. Here’s what we got last week: Rhubarb Raspberries Strawberries Salad greens Potatoes Tomatoes A gigantic zucchini Here’s what I made: Gluten-free + vegan […]

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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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Gluten-Free + Vegan Rhubarb Scones

What I made with my CSA: gluten-free + vegan rhubarb scones, falafel wraps, fennel spaghetti and more

During the third week of CSA season, we went away for a getaway on Salt Spring Island, which is off the southern coast of BC and is a haven for nature enthusiasts, foodies and artists. Since we took Daisy (our dog) with us, we spent a lot of time outside and driving around from park […]

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Kohlrabi Burgers from my CSA

What I made with my weekly CSA: roasted asparagus, rhubarb strawberry sorbet and more

My Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) season has begun! CSAs are when you purchase a share in a local farm and then receive a weekly mystery box of fresh vegetables and fruits. For me, that means I’ll be visiting my local farmer’s market, with my doggie in tow, to pick up produce for the next 20 weeks. […]

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Gluten-free Buckwheat Polenta

Gluten-Free Buckwheat Polenta with Roasted Asparagus + Tomatoes

A decade ago, if you had asked me to name a whole grain other than wheat I would’ve been totally stumped. Now, the world of gluten-free eating has opened me up to a wide variety of grains, including millet, sorghum, amaranth, quinoa, buckwheat, teff and wild rice (If you’d like the scoop on gluten-free grains […]

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Candida-Free Cookbook and Action Plan

Candida-Free Cookbook + Action Plan Giveaway

Are sugary goodies constantly calling your name? I’ve been there, and my struggle to overcome sugar addiction is what inspired my latest cookbook The Candida-Free Cookbook and Action Plan. I distinctly remember sitting in my first naturopath’s office a decade ago as she told me I had candida and needed to eliminate all sugar (even fruit), […]

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Dairy-Free Cauliflower Chowder

Thick and Creamy Dairy-Free Chowder

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Sesame Tamari Kale Chips

Tamari + Sesame Kale Chips

Oh, dear kale chips. It’s been awhile. A loooooooooong while. The last time I posted a recipe for kale chips was in 2012. That’s probably the last time I’ve eaten them, too, so it’s not like I’ve been creating awesome kale chip recipes and holding out on you. I cannot fathom why I haven’t been […]

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Vegan Broccoli Stalk Soup

Vegan Broccoli Stalk Soup

As I’ve mentioned before, I feel strongly about preventing food waste. If you want to get on my bad side, wasting food will do the trick (though I really wish you wouldn’t). Here’s another way you can avoid it: make this broccoli stalk soup. Broccoli is a popular vegetable, and it wasn’t until a few years […]

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Gluten-Free Blueberry Sage Muffins

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I’m a terrible gardener. Like truly, truly awful. The only plants that survived my good intentions were sage and rosemary. I can take no credit for this – those plants just kept growing, no matter what I did or didn’t do. We live in Vancouver, BC […]

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