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Nancy's Kitchen
The art of plant base cooking meets the science of nutrition. Vegan Holistic Nutritionist
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Nancy's Kitchen Sep 12
Soup season is among us my friends. La saison de soup bientot les ami(e)s :) . veggie barley mushroom soup loaded with + I finely shopped and sautéed each ingredient…
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Nancy's Kitchen Sep 2
A small but a healthy organic pesticide and chemical free harvest from the garden. . Biologiques et sans pesticide de min jardin:) . . . #
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Nancy's Kitchen Aug 31
En français plus bas :) . To juice or not too juice, that is the question. The answer? . . . It depends what and why? When we juice , it removes the fibers therefore your body will absorb right away the minerals…
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Nancy's Kitchen Aug 26
En français plus bas :) . This late in the season and I am still getting strawberries in the Northern Montreal region. . Now then more then ever, we must grow our own food as much as possible. I recently watched the…
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Nancy's Kitchen Aug 15
En français plus bas :) . Friends, I am super excited for this one. This is the first year I attempt growing a watermelon. I had my doubts especially since the weather started cooling off but noticed yesterday a…
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Nancy's Kitchen Aug 9
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Nancy's Kitchen Aug 5
En français plus bas :) . Nothing beats fresh organic produce from your own garden. The energy from those who grow, harvest and cook your food are all important elements in your overall health. . Rien ne vaut les…
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Nancy's Kitchen Jul 29
En français plus bas :) . The story of Glass Gem corn begins with an Oklahoma farmer named Carl Barnes. Barnes, who died in 2016, was half-Cherokee. He began growing older corn varieties in his adult years (no one is…
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Nancy's Kitchen Jul 19
En français plus bas :) . If you want to do something great for your health and our planet, plant and grow your own food and herbs as much as you can. These are Monte Carlo tomatoes and they are delish. Trimmed…
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Nancy's Kitchen Jul 17
En français plus bas :) . Wild crafting from our yard Chelindonium majus. There is a herbalist saying that if a wild plant grows in your yard, you or a family member needs it. Some people confuse Chelindonium…
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Nancy's Kitchen Jul 15
En francais plus bas :) . My asparagus patch, 3 years in the making and this year getting a descent harvest. I always let some to seed. The shrubby plants / fern I am showing is how asparagus looks like when you…
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Nancy's Kitchen Jul 13
En Français plus bas :) . Will be transplanting this dwarf organic honeycrisp tree this weekend. It is recommended to transplant plants and trees on a day that is not to hot and never under direct…
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Nancy's Kitchen Jul 11
Tabouleh is a Lebanese plant-based salad. With finely chopped parsley, tomatoes, onions, bulgur and seasoned with olive oil, a lot of lemon juice , salt and pepper. I replace the bulgur with quinoa for easier…
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Nancy's Kitchen Jul 10
Plant-based spring rolls are super easy to make. In the summer I just use fresh veggies and fruits from the garden and yes, rice paper is gluten-free :) . Les rouleaux de printemps à base de plantes sont très faciles…
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Nancy's Kitchen Jul 7
Jack fruit also known as Jack tree is a species of tree in fig and mulberry family. It has a low GI therefore great for blood sugar management. It is also a good source of vitamin C, magnesium and potassium. If you…
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Nancy's Kitchen Jul 6
I remember the first time I tried lychee years ago, it changed my life lol. But seriously you must try this fruit. It is a true gift from nature and China. It has a thin rough skin to protect it. Lychees in a cup…
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Nancy's Kitchen Jul 4
Healthiest mock-meat using tempeh. It is fermented and good for gut health. Helps feed the "good" bacteria in your gut and a great source of protein. . "Viande" base de plantes plus saine en utilisant tempeh. Il est…
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Nancy's Kitchen Jul 2
Nothing beats home grown arugula. It has a bite to it and more bitter then store bought. I just add a few leaves in my salads. Bitter foods help support and cleanse the liver. A must once Spring and Summer are…
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Nancy's Kitchen Jul 1
Asparagus, leafy greens and strawberries from the garden. Sprouted quinoa for protein and avocado for healthy fat. What is your favorite homemade summer salad? . Asperges, salad, fraises de mon jardin. Quinoa germe…
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Nancy's Kitchen Jun 30
Nothing beats organic pesticide free strawberries fresh from your own garden. What are you grown this summer? . On aime bien les fraises biologiques de Quebec. De mon jardin :) Qu'est-ce qu'on trouve dans ton…
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