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I love making hummus at home because I can make it without oil. Chickpeas and tahini blended together give a very creamy texture. In this recipe, beets are added for a rich color and a sweeter tasting hummus. Easy to make, healthy and very versatile....

I know I like lentils, but I don’t often think of making them or even eating them, even though they are quick to cook and ever so healthy. I find when it comes to beans and legumes, chickpeas are more popular with my family. I...

This is a classic Cesar Salad recipe that I make for my family once in a while. I try and use the best possible quality for the ingredients to keep it clean. My son will literally eat seconds and thirds of any salad with this...

This recipe is from the book Plenty More by Yotam Ottolenghi. I changed a few things to make it faster and easier but I was so attracted by the colors and I liked that it was a slaw with a few more veggies than just...

  Another salad but this time, the sauce steels the spotlight! Healing turmeric paired with gut friendly miso and delicious tahini, this salad will have a slight indian feel and taste. Dark green spinach, chopped up to blend with the yummy sauce  and of course sliced...

Pomegranate season is slowly starting. Although we don't grow them here in Quebec, this is one exotic fruit that I cannot live without. This week, my grocery store was featuring them and I got so excited I purchased 4 of them. I should have probably...