Tag Archives: Whole grain

Are you a fan of rye? Nordic Rye Berry and Salmon Salad

Are you a fan of rye? No- I’m not speaking of the beverage, whiskey, but of the grain. Rye bread is known to go hand in hand with certain foods – corned beef, for example. But if you’re looking for whole grains, this type of rye bread is usually made up of a mix of […]

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Grilled Salmon & Citrus Pistachio Couscous Salad

While we all know about the seemingly endless downsides of the Covid pandemic, there is a surprising upside: It has changed how we eat seafood. For many, seafood was a “restaurant” food, something that was only eaten outside of the home and not ever prepared at home. But as eateries were closed, many people became […]

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Barley and Corn Strata Salad in Mason Jars

Salad jars have become popular indeed. Not only are they visually appealing but you can also be flexible with their contents, thereby making it easier to avoid food waste. As well, you can make them ahead of time and they still taste great. These salads are also a super way to include whole grains, especially […]

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Where can I find intact grain products?

In my last post, I presented the health perks of including intact grains – whole grains which are not processed. But you may be wondering about how to find or identify intact grain products. Here’s how. But first I want you to keep in mind that while intact grains do provide assorted health benefits, there’s […]

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What Are Intact Grains? And Why You Should Be Eating More Of Them

It’s September and that means it’s Whole Grains Month which is brought to you each year by the Oldways Whole Grains Council. I’ll be providing you with lots of tips and whole grain recipes through the month. Whole grains are chock full of key nutrients and offer a host of health benefits, such as a […]

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Moldy food- do you cut it or toss it?

You’re not alone if you can’t resist the sight of baskets of seasonal goodies like peaches, plums and tomatoes and end up buying too much. We know that the season will soon end and so will the access to all this glorious produce. Or maybe, as these days we’re not touching fruits and vegetables that […]

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Arugula Salad with Chicken, Dates and Buckwheat Crumble

  In my last post, I wrote about why I love to grow arugula in my garden. As I mentioned, I had let my arugula go to seed last year and I now have tons growing everywhere. The result is that I’m having it at least twice a day as I need to clear it […]

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Almond, Farro And Black Bean Salad With Cilantro

Almonds, whole grains, pulses (aka dried peas and beans) , allium vegetables (garlic and onion family) along with soybeans, extra virgin olive oil and plenty of cilantro – what a nutritional powerhouse combination for a salad. If you’re firing up your barbecue for the first long weekend of the summer of 2021, you’ll want this […]

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