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Five ways to get more fibre in your diet.
We feel really Gouda about all of these delicious recipes, and we're pretty confident that you will too! Here's a little preview of our recipes filled with grate-ness.
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Is French toast the reason you get out of bed in the morning? Can you just not get enough of the sweet and satisfying goodness of moist pieces of egg-soaked bread drizzled with sweet maple syrup? Our love of French toast knows no bounds. And to prove it to you, we've come up with eight supremely satisfying French toast recipes.
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We all know how important it is to eat healthy. But that shouldn't mean you have to sacrifice taste. Salmon is a great choice for a hearty and healthy (and heart-healthy) meal. The benefits of eating salmon are far reaching! It's full of Omega 3's, which are linked to enhanced brain function and reduced risk of depression.
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If you've watched the Food Network, you probably know Chef Michael Smith. Over the least 20 years, the tall, fun-loving chef has hosted several popular cooking shows, including Chef at Home and Chef A...
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With the change in weather, it's time to whip out a cozy scarf and extra layers of clothing to keep us all toasty. However, we've come up with more ways to keep warm this fall season with our 12 scrumptious Comfort Food Recipes!
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An apple a day keeps the doctor away...Well, we'd like to think so. Even if it consists of ooey gooey goodness! One of the things we love most about apples is how versatile they can be when it comes t...
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When we prepare our meals at home, including our on-the-go lunches and snacks, we use fruits and vegetables (organic if possible), lean proteins, and healthy grains and fats to control what we put into our bodies and influence our health. Food is our medicine after all!
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The holidays are a time to gather around a table with family or friends and chomp down on a delicious meal. But it could ruin your social game (and conscience) if you and your loved ones get sick because of the food you served.
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The trend is to travel back in time to the good ol' days when we ate real food instead of food substitutes concocted in a lab. As a result, "natural" sweeteners such as honey, maple syrup and molasses have made a comeback. If you don't know much about molasses, ask your grandma... or read on!
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What was the reason for my inability to learn how to use the food processor? I had assembled complicated furniture from IKEA, overcame a fear of heights with indoor rock climbing lessons, and tackled claustrophobia by entering our three-foot crawl space.
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As our lives became more hectic and lifestyles more busy, the traditional model of family also shifted. No longer were women staying at home, living out their lives as "domestic goddesses," and increasing numbers of men were shown to be not particularly handy when it came to making and fixing things, and that was okay. But now, our kids don't have those skills at all. What happened?
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Healthy foods shouldn't be complicated and knowing how to prepare the plethora of nutritious grains, organic produce, and essential fats you just purchased at the grocery store can be the difference between wanting to eat better and actually doing it.
Long before we had conventional medicine and pharmaceuticals, we had herbs. In fact, active ingredients in pharmaceutical drugs are derived from the volatile oils in many herbs. Herbs can boost the taste of food without adding extra calories and sodium, sure, but herbs can also make the food that we eat healthier.