Recipe Wednesday: Home Made Vegetable Stock

Two things I am obsessed with when it comes to food and cooking are: i) preventing waste, and ii) making things from scratch to prevent unhealthy additives and preservatives sneaking into your food. This recipe appeals to both of my cooking obsessions. When you buy things even as simple as cubed vegetable stock, you notice […]

Recipe Wednesday: Almond Butter Cups – Delicious and Healthy Version of Peanut Butter Cups

Well, they’re as healthy as home-made Reese’s peanut butter cups can be. I use organic and natural ingredients in my desserts, so I maintain that as they are not processed, they count as one of my daily meals and legitimately go towards the nutrients required in my recommended daily intake! And, they’re ridiculously easy to […]

Recipe Wednesday: Kale and Tofu Dumplings

These dumplings are like little ninjas.  They’re stealthily healthy, and delicious. They’re also super easy to make and you can freeze them for later. Ingredients: Dumplings  1 block of firm tofu. Kale. Rip the leaves off the stalks until you have about six handfuls. ½ a white onion. 1 tbsp  of ginger. 3 garlic cloves. […]

Maple Breakfast Smoothie – Gastropost Toronto

Gastropost Toronto‘s mission for March was Maple Vs Honey. South Nomad chose maple – it’s what she uses as a natural sweetener in all of her breakfast smoothies. You can see her strawberry, pineapple, almond milk, and maple syrup smoothie up at * Gastropost is also available as a two page spread in Toronto’s Edition […]

Recipe Wednesday: Warm lentil, spinach and tomato salad

On a cool day, this salad warms the cockles and is a hearty, filling dish. Warming, hearty, filling. Not usually what you think of with salads, right? And it’s super simple. It should take 15 minutes max, including prep. Ingredients: 1 can of lentils 1 bunch of spinach 1 tomato or half a punnett of […]