Muesli and Granola: Do You Know the Difference?

Cinzia Cuneo July 23, 2017 , , ,

Browsing the breakfast cereal aisle, it can be difficult to work out what’s best among all the attractive packaging and labels like “all natural,” “organic,” “superfoods” etc. We have already shared our criteria for making an informed choice. But following a question by one of our readers, today I’m going to explain the difference between muesli and granola.



TOP 5: Recipes to Discover Swiss Gastronomy

Jeanne Dumouchel July 22, 2017 , ,

Those of us who love food love Swiss gastronomy, notably because of their cheese and chocolate based recipes. Like in Canada, climate characterized by cold winters has influenced traditional recipes: they are usually comforting and copious. The gastronomy of adjacent countries like Germany, France and Northern Italy have also influenced Swiss cuisine. To mark Swiss National Day on 1st August, we bring you the best recipes to discover the most delicious dishes from Switzerland.



TOP 5: Refreshing Poke Bowl Recipes

Jeanne Dumouchel July 21, 2017 , ,

Straight from Hawaii, poke bowls are the latest food trend. You’ve no doubt noticed them on social media platforms and restaurant menus. It’s a bowl of raw fish cubes with vegetables and rice. A little bit like deconstructed sushi. The secret of its popularity lies in the freshness of its ingredients, and its photogenic and appetising appearance. After our best Buddha Bowls and best smoothie bowls, it’s time to take a look at the best poke bowl recipes!



Dietitians of Canada Annual Conference: Three news

Jef L'Ecuyer July 10, 2017 , , , ,

Nutrition is a constantly and rapidly evolving science. So much so that it can be difficult to stay abreast of the latest revelations relating to nutrition.

That’s why I recently took part in the Dietitians of Canada Annual Conference St. John’s. I found the 3 days enriching, and I was able to meet dietitians specialized in many fields of nutrition. Three topics seemed particularly interesting, and these are the ones I’d like to talk about in this article.

As a bonus, I also want to share some photos of the stunning scenery that you can see in St. John’s and elsewhere in Newfoundland and Labrador.

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TOP 5: Summery Corn Recipes

Jeanne Dumouchel June 27, 2017 , , ,

Corn originally comes from central America, where it’s eaten as a vegetable. In the supermarket, you can find locally-grown corn on the cob from mid July to Fall, but it’s also available year-round in cans and frozen. Corn adds a particularly sweet flavour in a dish. To help you bite into some corn this summer, we’ve put together a list of some of our most popular corn recipes.