It’s herbes salées season! Herbes what season?! Herbes salées season! The literal translation for herbes salées is salted herbs. I’ve got to tell you though that it sounds much better said in French – wink! Herbes salées is a traditional Québécois “seasoning salt” [continue reading]
Living lectin-free and loving the benefits!
Cauliflower, the new rock star! I cannot seem to get enough of cauliflower and that’s a good thing, because cauliflower rocks! It’s one of the world’s healthiest foods. It’s high in fibre and water. Both are important for preventing constipation, maintaining a healthy digestive tract, [continue reading]
Chocolate can relieve inflammation. Did you know that dark chocolate is ‘choc-olate’ full of antioxidants and flavonoids which have anti-inflammatory properties? Inflammation can lead to a number of health issues, like sore muscles, headaches and even more serious diseases, like Rheumatoid Arthritis. While [continue reading]
Cauliflower has been taking all the glory for the last little while, and rightly so. It’s a real superstar! Cauliflower is a super food; a vegetable powerhouse! It is anti-inflammatory and boasts the ability to reduce the risk of cancer. One serving of cauliflower [continue reading]
Plantains are one of my favourite foods. I love plantains! They are tasty, filling, easy to cook and versatile. Before adopting a lectin-free lifestyle, I would eat sweet plantains; ripe plantains. But I discovered that I much prefer green plantains; unripe plantains. Now, green plantains [continue reading]