Category Archives: High fibre

Grind no more… with Omega Crunch! -Product review

Thanks goes out to Confessions of a Dietitian for sending me product samples of Omega Crunch. As an avid flax seed consumer, I’ve used whole flax in baking and cooking, but mostly for texture and visual flare, as grinding the … Continue reading

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Salmon With Whole Grain Pilaf

I love whole grains and I am always looking at new ways to incorporate them into the foods that I eat…and my family. Sometimes straight up whole grains are sometimes really chewy, and may not be the same texture that … Continue reading

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Hawaiian BBQ Chicken

Another slow cooker time saver! I modified this recipe to use reduced calorie BBQ sauce (Kraft brand), and canned pineapple packed in its own juice (not syrup). I also modified this recipe for those who are trying to keep their … Continue reading

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Pasta & Bread

Testing my new iPhone for mobile blog posts. Here are some great options for whole grain pasta and bread!

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Eat better and save money by making your own 100% Whole Grain Bread

I have been experimenting with going 100% whole grain for all my grain servings for the day. That means a lot of whole grain bread, pasta, brown rice, oatmeal and quinoa. Those seem to be the easiest to access in … Continue reading

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Finger Foods For Baby – Apple pancakes

As a Dietitian I was very excited to start my little one on solid food. Ross brought home the Baby Bullet and I had all my recipes ready to make home made baby food mush…I was all prepared for a … Continue reading

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Mushroom with barley & buckwheat soup

Ross and I love mushrooms and have them at least 2 or 3 times a week. (I find buying the sliced brown mushrooms at Costco for $3.99 a flat the best deal in town). In my quest to eat more … Continue reading

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