Category: Sustainable Eating

Sep 01

Cauliflower Puree with Truffle Oil

It may take a bit of patience to master the growing of cauliflower in your garden, but the results are worth it. This versatile veggie grows best in the summer and fall, or if you prefer, you can find organic cauliflower at a local farmer’s market. Mash it with truffle oil, soy milk and white …

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Aug 18

Mussels with balsam fir and salt roasted pearl onions: 100% Sustainable, 100% Delicious

As the world population grows, so does the demand for seafood – but our oceans cannot keep up. Our love of the fruits of the sea is putting enormous pressure on the marine environment and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is doing their part to help you learn about the issues. According to a 2010 …

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Aug 16

Get seafood savvy: Try this healthy and sustainable recipe the kids will love

Nutritionally speaking, seafood can be a great catch for kids. High in protein, full of vitamins and minerals and low in unhealthy fats, fish is a great choice for any meal. But make sure you’re choosing fish from sustainable sources, especially products certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC). That …

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Jul 18

Poached salmon and boxty

Did you know that most Canadians feel it’s important that the fish and other seafood they buy comes from sustainable sources? According to the World Wildlife Fund – Canada, serving and sourcing sustainable seafood is easier than you think. Fresh, tasty and sustainable options found at many local grocers are sourced from Marine Stewardship Council …

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