Posts Tagged ‘bread’

This Bread is Reducing Food Waste, One Slice At A Time

 

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We are all aware of the vast amount of food waste that Canadians generate. It’s shocking, really; the average Canadian wastes 170 kilograms of food every year. This weekend, meet one entrepreneurial Canadian who is doing something about it, using leftover grains from the brewing industry to make fabulous, artisanal sourdough bread. Taste it for yourself in the store this Sunday, February 3rd, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Continue »



A Hearty Winter Meal

The January winds are howling, the mercury is huddled under the zero degree mark and the last of the turkey leftovers have been souped, sandwiched and a la kinged. It is time to bring out our favorite cooking vessel for a pottage of beans, the Dutch oven. Put the oven on, maybe for most of the day, warm up the kitchen and make a big batch of molasses baked beans with Maritime molasses and oatmeal bread. Continue »



We Heart Whole Grains – Or the Best Pasta Recipe Ever

We’ve been told countless times that eating whole grains is way better for us than refined wheat products, yet we still buy pasta and bread made with bleached, soulless flour. Why?

We know that white zombie bread and vampiric pasta is bad for us, maybe that’s why we can’t help but love it. It is like eating MacDonald’s and Vachon cakes, two companies that make wonderful use of white flour in their junk food products. In the words of Rachael Ray, former schiller for Dunkin’ Donuts, “Yummo!” Continue »