Rice Crackers

Rice crackers are an easy snack to have in the pantry. We try not to make them a staple as we don’t believe they add any nutritional value to our diets, however, they are a GREAT vehicle to deliver other wholesome foods. Liver pate,…

Cornstarch or Arrowroot?

Cornstarch is a very processed substance used widely as a thickening agent. A process of steeping, fermenting, separating, washing, and drying gives you cornstarch from the endosperm at the centre of the corn kernels. Cooked (heated) cornstarch raises the blood sugar levels even faster than…

What’s Wrong with Canola Oil?

We’ve had a few questions about Canola Oil so we thought we’d give a brief summary of why this is not a good choice of oil to cook with,  use in baking or see it on an ingredients list in our packaged food.  Despite…