Posts Tagged ‘vegetarian cooking’

Fight Off Colds & Flu With Kimchi

 

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Kimchi is the traditional Korean dish of salted and fermented vegetables, a staple in the cuisine of the Korean peninsula since antiquity. This delicious and deceptively simple side dish has crossed over, and is gaining in popularity year after year. And for good reason, especially this season. Kimchi is regularly included in flu & cold fighting listicles. Never underestimate the power of prebiotics, chiles, and cabbage! Continue »



The Best Plant-Based BLT You’ve Ever Had

 

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How are your Meatless Mondays going? For many, who would rather eschew meat than chew it, avoiding raiding the animal kingdom for a snack is no problem. But for those that are trying out veganism or vegetarianism, giving up some of their favourites can be a real struggle. Take the classic BLT for example. Today we look at a vegan reboot of this iconic sandwich that is just as delicious as the real thing. Continue »



The Best Soup Recipe Of All Time

 

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Toronto set a record yesterday. Thursday was the coldest December 28th ever recorded in the city, a bone-chilling -22 degrees. The previous record was set back in 1960, when John Diefenbaker was Prime Minister and Toronto and Montreal met in the Stanley Cup final.

You need some hot soup. Stat!

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Less Beef, More Mushrooms

 

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Keep the beef – add mushrooms. Consider this new idea for changing your favourite dishes – adding mushrooms allows you to cut down on meat without going full on vegetarian. Consider mushrooms your gateway drug to a healthier diet.  Continue »



Get Educated About Wild Mushrooms

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We love wild mushrooms at Fiesta Farms and always try to keep a nice selection of mushrooms on hand in our produce department. So we are very excited to share news about a cooking class coming to Toronto that is all about our favourite fungi! Continue »