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Lentil & Roasted Red Pepper Soup

Having a family member going through chemotherapy has lead me down this trip of researching foods and fruits based on whatever mineral or vitamin that she is found to be lacking. Boosts in food rather than falling back on supplements are always healthier.  The last few recipes had been to find simple combinations that could help boost her potassium and magnesium counts in preparation for … Continue reading Lentil & Roasted Red Pepper Soup

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Masoor Dal /Indian Red Lentils

Masoor Dal or split  Red Lentils is a popular Indian dish. Healthy and hearty, cooked the right way with the right ingredients. A good source of fibre or protein substitute. I have been incorporating the addition of lentils (namely the red lentils) in stews or cottage pies as an additional source of fibre as well as reducing the amount of red meat consumed. Not every … Continue reading Masoor Dal /Indian Red Lentils

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Ragi Black Sesame Cookie (Vegan)

I am always excited when I discover a new product and try out a new concoction or rather a mix of different ingredients for a healthier snack or food. Visit some Indian/Asian shops or supermarkets and check out what they have in store for you to try and/or buy for your next bake. Based on certain sites that I’ve visited, this ancient grain Ragi or Finger … Continue reading Ragi Black Sesame Cookie (Vegan)

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Almond Quinoa Cookies (Gluten & Dairy Free)

Soft, slightly chewy. Best of all – no chocolate chips!! I am not sure why there are so many recipes for Quinoa cookies have chocolate chips in them. I much rather have nuts and/or dried fruits in them in order to fully enjoy the full health benefits of Quinoa. This recipe does not include any dried fruits and is not sweet. So, if you rather … Continue reading Almond Quinoa Cookies (Gluten & Dairy Free)

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Gluten & Dairy Free Banana Loaf

If you are trying to make something healthy for a special relative who has gluten and/or lactose intolerance, you might want to try this new recipe.  Do take note that this was not meant to be a nut-free recipe. It can be with the omission (leave out) of the walnuts and possibly the Soy Lecithin if you are concerned about possible allergies to soy. Continue reading Gluten & Dairy Free Banana Loaf