Green Shakshuka

When we first restarted eating, our habits shuddered the thought of mega cups of greens through the day. Then I realized, I could cook them – and should! I took advantage at this one Saturday when my partner asked if brunching is now out the window. No way! With a hearty combination of spinach, kale…

Kale Chips

Everybody likes chips. Or at least around here they do. When potatoes were nixed for the restart, snacking was tricky. Enter the kale chip. Eat more kale, chip like texture… I’ve attempted kale chips, dehydrated, oven style, they’re not always good. But after learning a bit more about massaging my kale for salads, I decided…

Curried Butternut Squash Soup With Harissa

Craving a liquid lunch? This winter warm up of a soup is so satisfying, you might forget you’re restricting anything in your diet. With just a few days off sugar, your tastebuds should start to glow a little. Flavours will bounce and make things delicious! With a little added cream and crunch to garnish, all…

Root Water

Something that I’ve found while restarting my eating habits has been my craving for flavour. Ginger is something that I use interchangeably and very frequently. I put ginger in tea, kombucha, water kefir, soups, sautéed vegetables, smoothies, you name it! We all know it for soothing stomachs, but it also has anti-inflammatory benefits, and is…

Bone Broth

First stop bone broth. It’s a delicious and satisfying way to transition and restart eating. This certainly isn’t new either. Decades of grandmothers making broths to heal the sick and nourish their families. It’s the start of most soups and for good reason. It’s highly digestible vitamins and minerals like, magnesium, gelatine and amino acids,…