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In the whirlwind of everyday life, it isn’t always easy to find the time to cook healthily and make the best nutritional choices for yourself and your family. It gets even more complicated when you practice one or several sports. And yet, we know very well how diet affects not only our athletic performance but […]
In sports nutrition, timing is ultra-important. That’s why we’ve split the recipes in our Sports Menus into four sections: Recipes for 3 to 4 hours before the activity – Full meals Recipes for 1 to 2 hours before the activity – High-Carb Snacks (HCS) Recipes for during the activity – Emergency Carb Snack (ECS) Recipes […]
Unfortunately, Summer is drawing to a close and this means no more picnics or getting together around a barbeque. That said, this is the time of year when tomatoes are at their tastiest. To help you make the most of them, here are our 10 best recipes for tomatoes.
Since 2014, street food trucks are seen everywhere in Montreal during the summer. Entire events are dedicated to them, such as Bouffons MTL during the Just for Laughs Festival or during the First Fridays on the Esplanade at the Olympic Stadium. You can savor dishes from all over the world while making the most of […]
Fridge nearly empty and no time to go to the supermarket? Instead of going to the restaurant (which can get expensive in the long run), you can create complete meals with very few ingredients. Here are our 10 recipes with fewer than 5 ingredients (excluding salt and pepper) that are simple, quick, and tasty.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
Inflammatory bowel disease is no joke. While we know that diet and lifestyle can have an effect on symptoms, we still don’t really know the underlying causes. Even so, if you or somebody you know suffers from IBD, you know that certain foods can trigger symptoms. Luckily, SOSCuisine’s team of registered dietitians works hard to make […]
“She won’t be able to eat anything during our trip! Why has she chosen this destination?” That’s the kind of reaction provoked by my trip to Thailand with my friend Vanessa, who happens to be seriously allergic to peanuts. Complicated? Dangerous? Daring? Travelling when you have food allergies provides a challenge at every meal. However, […]