Crevettes et kale au four

TOP 10 Timesaver One-Pan Recipes

Jeanne Dumouchel March 3, 2019 , ,

At SOSCuisine, we like to simplify your life while helping you to eat well. With this in mind, we are now sharing with you our 10 best one-pan recipes. These low stress one-dish, one-pan, wonders will put a little pep in your step knowing that you will have to do just a minimal clean up! Real timesavers!

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chou cabbage

Top 10 Low-Carb Veggies

Jeanne Dumouchel March 1, 2019 , , , , ,

LCHF (Low-carb High-fat) and ketogenic diets are very trendy. They consist of eating few carbohydrates and lots of fat, helping weight loss and/or blood glucose control. We have designed 2 specific meal plans to help you follow them easily. If you are watching carbs, here’s our list of the 10 best vegetables to eat on a low-carb diet, with recipes to prepare them.

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You are all invited to the Expo Manger Santé 2019

Cinzia Cuneo March 1, 2019 , ,

Trendier than ever… the latest in organic, ecological and veggie items are all on the menu at Expo Manger Santé et Vivre Vert, being held at the Palais des Congrès de Montreal on March 15-16-17 (22nd Edition), then off to the Centre des Congrès de Québec on March 30-31 (19th Edition) and after that over to the Eastern Townships for our kickoff event at the Centre des Foires de Sherbrooke on May 11-12.

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konjac

Shirataki/Konjac: Noodles with Zero Calories

Cinzia Cuneo February 27, 2019 , , , ,

Have you ever heard of Shirataki noodles or konjac noodles? They are white noodles made from the root of the konjac plant, native to Southeast Asia, and which also grows in China, Indonesia, Korea and Japan. Mixing konjac flour with lime water gives konnyaku, a traditional ingredient in Japanese stew. Konnyaku is consumed in many forms including vermicelli, called shirataki, which literally means “white waterfall”, a name that describes the translucent aspect of these noodles.

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March is Nutrition Month

Jef L'Ecuyer February 25, 2019 ,

The beginning of the year 2019 has been a busy one for nutrition news! Beginning with the announcement and roll-out of the new Canada’s Food Guide (for more details on the new Guide, I invite you to read Canada’s Food Guide Had a Makeover), and now it is Nutrition Month this March.
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