We all have comfort food that remind us of our childhood. For some it’s mac n’ cheese, for others it’s pancakes, but for me it’s my mom’s potato omelette. As far as comfort food goes, this dish is actually not terrible. I definitely considered making this a lot more often when I learned that a medium baked potato with skin on is only 161 kcal, providing 4g each of fibre and protein. In addition, you will also get the following daily nutrient requirements:
Peanut allergy has increased exponentially around the world in recent years, with rates doubling in the USA alone between 1997 and 2002(1). The reaction can range from a mild rash to anaphylactic shock, turning things we take for granted like dining out into nerve wrecking experiences for parents and children alike.
There is research to suggest that certain expecting mothers may have a role to play when it comes to their children developing peanut allergies. Are you helping or hindering your unborn child’s healthy?
It’s summer, so a warm bowl of chili is probably the last thing on your mind. But wait a minute…who says you have to have a HOT bowl of chili? I invite you to use the sunshine to inspire you to re-think “food rules” and reimagine dishes in a new light, temperature, or pairing combination.
Today’s recipe is Cool Vegetarian Chilli with a Kick. (inspired by The Curvy Carrot)
At some point towards the end of the 20th century, cooking started to be regarded as just another chore that had to be done to get through the day. The food industry further perpetuated these attitudes with products and services that allowed for convenient and inexpensive shortcuts to meal prep. As our awareness of health and desire for gourmet food begins to rise once more, meal box services have risen up to the challenge of granting our every wish. But have you ever stopped to think about what you’re really buying into?