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Canola Eat Well

Farmers, Chefs and Canola Oil

Jeanette Andrashewski paints a vivid picture of her family farm in Alberta: a sunshine-hued field that captivates the senses with a delicate honey perfume that emanates from the flowers. However, these aren’t daffodils or...

Nuts for Cheese

I was always an eager and glutinous dairy consumer, partly because it is delicious and partly because of the health benefits that have been hammered into my head, and very likely yours. The effects...

Ice Ice Baby… Three Ingredient Vegan Ice Cream

All right stop. Let’s serve the sweets. Ice cream is the ultimate frozen dessert. Sweet, smooth and oh so satisfying! But dairy-fat and added sugars make this icy treat a little less than desirable. Luckily, there...

Farm Boy: More than a Grocery Store

Grocery shopping. Inevitable. Inescapable. Unavoidable. Each week results in a regimental trek to the supermarket. But there’s nothing super about it. And it’s a great wonder where the word ‘market’ comes into play. There is...

Simple Vegan Stew

Oh the cold! Oh the Winter! Frosty nights and icy mornings. How ever will we make it through the season of snow? Why… with a big pot of stew to warm our stomachs and...

Vegan Friendly Finds in Montreal Quebec

Montreal. A taste of Europe, nestled in Canada’s Belle Province. A city of art, culture, history, romance and of course… Food. Many would argue, the best food in Canada is to be found in Quebec. And...
Outside of Fresh on Front, the plant based restaurant

Something… Fresh, on Front Street

Black lampposts line a faded grey sidewalk. Their iron pillars stand adorned with broaches of floral baskets; soft jewels of red, white and yellow nestled in a mane of green. A canopy of branches...

Apple Cranberry Crisp: The Perfect Holiday Dessert

Christmas is not too far away. Sadly, so is the snow. We can’t control the weather, but we can enjoy the Winter with a little baking. Picture this… a gentle drift of shimmering white dust...
Matcha

How to Brew Japanese Tea

Japanese monks brought tea to Japan from China in the 9th Century. At that time only the religious and royal classes were consuming it. From it’s popularity among nobility came the Japanese tea ceremony....

A Trip to Venice in Montreal

Montreal, Canada’s culinary gem. This beautiful city of culture and history has the highest number of restaurants per capita in Canada, with menus and flavours from every inch of the globe. French, Italian, Indian,...
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