Gluten-free chickpea crackers

Quick Gluten-Free High Protein Crackers

It is time to make some crackers! Why making them when you can buy so many different kinds? They are healthier, and you skip all the packaging. You also control the amount you make and the spices you use. With Summer fast approaching, these crackers will come handy for yummy dips like Baba Ganoush, and […]

curry rice pancakes

Crispy Curry Rice Pancakes (gluten-free)

If you have ever ordered scallion pancakes in Chinese restaurants, chances are, you will love this gluten-free alternative that delivers on taste and texture. You probably figured out by now that I love all things that resemble crepes, pancakes, tortillas, wraps. It must be my French upbringing. There is so much you can do with […]

Lion's Mane Pepper Steaks

Lion’s Mane Pepper Steaks

The world of mushrooms will not cease to amaze me! I grew up only knowing a few types: baby bella, the most commonly found in grocery stores, but kind of on the bland side. At the farmer’s market, I discovered many more like bolete, chanterelle, porcini, morels, truffles. But they were more like expensive delicacies […]


Dandelion Golden Syrup

Tis the time of year when dandelion flowers are everywhere! I was doing a little weeding and couldn’t believe how many bright yellow flowers were on our lawn. That’s Spring for you! Three things can happen with them: they either end up being mowed down, they can grow into beautiful delicate seed head that the […]

Vegan scrambled eggs

In Search of the Perfect Vegan Scramble (no tofu)

Scrambled eggs are probably one of the first dishes you learn maybe while in college when on a budget (eggs are cheap). This dish is the definition of comfort food and simplicity! 1 small frying pan, one egg and a drizzle of oil. Sure, you still have to break the egg making sure that no […]

Crispy Oat Rice Treats

Quick Oat Crispy Rice Bars

I love rice, in all of its forms. White, brown, red rice, rice noodles (thin, wide, fresh, dried), rice pancakes, mochi, rice pudding. The only way I can explain this (since I was born and raised in France on all things wheat), is that I must have had multiple past lives in Asia. Now don’t […]

Beet Kvass

Beet Kvass Probiotic Drink

Probiotic rich beverages have gained in popularity as more and more people discover first hand their health benefits. Whether it is kombucha, kefir drinks, probiotic seltzers, tepache, we love them. So, what exactly are probiotics? They are living organisms that make up the good bacteria in our gut, a.k.a. microbiome. No wonder, they are regularly […]

eggless quiche

Gluten-free Eggless Quiche

Quiche make the best brunch or lunch but they can be a little work. You have to make the crust, dice all the vegetables, make the eggless batter, and bake the crust on its own, then with the filling. But what I love about quiche is that you can use just about any vegetable as […]

Vegan pain au chocolat

Quick Pains au Chocolat

Growing up in France, I must say that have eaten my fair share of awesome croissants and pains au chocolat for special breakfasts, or lovely afternoon snacks the French call “goûter”. The flakiness, soft and buttery on the inside, chocolate bursting in my mouth. I can close my eyes and remember my first bite… A […]

Chinese eggplant

Chinese Eggplant with Garlic Chili Sauce

Eggplant can be made into all kinds of dishes like eggplant parmesan, baigan bartha (eggplant curry), baba ganoush, and of course stir-fried Chinese eggplants, just to name a few. Each of these dishes uses a different type of eggplant. Did you know that there are 17 unique types of eggplants? Most grocery stores only sell […]

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