The Storied Recipe concept is unique. Becky Hadeed, sets out to tell stories of people from around the world, and from the beginning, has been firmly committed to sharing stories of people of colour in their own words, in their own voices.
I was recently interviewed as a guest on The Storied Recipe and our episode went live today!! Here’s what the host, Becky Hadeed, had to say about the episode and the highlights of our interview.
Animal Rights Advocate Nikki Anniehs Awarded 1st Place Prize In The Share Your Veganism: 2020 Photo Essay Contest
“I am also a passionate vegan and animal rights advocate so my photography reflects on that a lot. I just love animals and my hopes is that by bringing some of their moments we can regain a love for animals and connect with them once again. The only way to shoot an animal is with your camera.” Nikki Aniehs, Pals Illuminated Photography, Burlington, Ontario
Pulses are the dried edible seeds of certain plants in the legume family, and they play an important role in the transformation of food systems to provide consumers with healthy and environmentally sustainable dietary choices.
Pulses are consumed in many forms including whole or split, ground into flours or separated into fractions such as protein, fibre and starch.
Photographs are one way to tell about something beautiful. A photograph demands that the audience commit to get to know the origin story, the boundaries of its meaning, and the power behind its voice. The Share Your Veganism: 2020 Photo Essay Contest showcases, through the beauty of artistic expression in a photograph, those things that empower how we choose to nourish our bodies. Tap to learn more.
Fruitful Love is nature’s energy. Fruitful Love uplifts one’s condition. Fruitful Love takes us to a place of peace where we can reconnect with our true selves. Fruitful Love speaks to actions we take to nourish ourselves physically, emotionally, and spiritually, to powerfully support our health. Know that you have far more power over your well-being and impact in life than you might give yourself credit for.
So how do we know what herbs can do? When learning about plants, it is important to realize there is no one way of knowing. There are historical records of plant use going back thousands of years. Many modern-day herbalists use herbs in their lives and in their practices and share their personal experiences. There’s also a growing number of scientific studies on plants. Herbs support natural energy, provide essential nutrients, promote healthy aging, aid in the repair of vital processes, and strengthen healthy bodily functions.
Fresh fruit and vegetables contain an amazing array of vitamins, minerals and other trace elements that are known to be essential for good health, and digesting them in liquid form is one of the best ways to help them on their beneficial way.
Healthy, fresh food is right at your doorstep, but before you get growing, you MUST do a bit of planning. You can grow food even if you do not have a yard. Grow food on a window ledge, up a wall, on a roof, in a community garden allotment garden, or through a backyard sharing program.
Human touch has a unique quality. Whether it is a simple hug or a tap on the arm, it is a palpable reminder that we are not alone. Human touch reminds us that others are there to offer their friendship, affection, or support. Tap to read more.
According to the latest Canadian data, 1 in 2 people will develop cancer during their lifetime. Amanda Li, M.Ap.Nutr., RD, teaches strategies to stay healthy while relishing every bite.
There are many ways to embrace vegan living. Veganism is a way of living which seeks to exclude all animal products, and as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose. You’ll find that the one thing in common among vegans is an entirely plant-based diet avoiding all animal foods such as meat (including seafood and insects), eggs, dairy, honey and gelatin.
“Food styling photography isn’t just about taking a delicious image; it’s a way to tell a story about tastes, seasons, and aesthetics.” In this course, noted food photographer Diana Muresan will teach you how to craft a food story through images that are unique, intimate, and meaningful.
Sorrel is the favourite festive Christmas drink of Jamaica! Like fine winemaking, “sorrel-making” is an established activity – the roots of which go back generations. Making sorrel especially during the Christmas season is a tradition practiced worldwide. Gifting bottled sorrel is also tradition. The concept of pouring this sweet, spiced, home made beverage from a bottle, is like pouring fine red wine. It’s that good!
Many cuisines have standby spice mixtures that are added to many foods as they cook. The lure of the “exotic” cuisine of the Caribbean in general, and Jamaica in particular, has popularized products from the region as more home cooks begin experimenting with some of the island’s popular dishes.
The word “vitamin” comes from the Latin for “vital to life.” These important nutrients help release energy from food, fight infection, protect against damage to cells, promote normal growth and development and generally keep us healthy. The following is a list of the different functions of some important vitamins and list of food sources for them.
Engaging more households to take meaningful action on climate change, still lies ahead! When you share Project Neutral with your followers and supporters while encouraging them to measure their impact, you help build a constituency for public policy that supports climate action and a healthy planet for generations to come.
The changing season often becomes a challenging time for many when it comes to consistently preparing healthy meals and completing gym routines. If you are someone who struggles to adjust into this new season, here are some useful tips that may help you stay on track.
Few things are as sad in the kitchen as a fridge full of rotting vegetables and fruits. These kitchen hacks provided by Live Green Toronto will teach you how to store your produce to extend its freshness. Knowing how to keep food fresher, longer is a step in the right direction to stop food waste at home.
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