~ Via Mercanti Food Shop in Toronto, Kensington Market ~

A very delicious stop in Kensington Market in Toronto! The ladies here were amazing and very accommodating! The pasta had no eggs and the cheese was removed from the sauce…. I had a vegy wrap with curly fries and my son had pasta with a tomato sauce. We three kinda shared everything and we also bought a vegy soup, plus some coffee…. … another delicious, … Continue reading ~ Via Mercanti Food Shop in Toronto, Kensington Market ~

~ Calii Love in Toronto ~

We found a great place called Calii Love to have a little dinner while walking the streets of Toronto. After working out in the Gym, Good Life, for about an hour, we ordered delicious vegan bowls and smoothies!   Mine had brown rice underneath all these delicious vegys! plus ponzo tofu! Guacamole, sprouts, sweet potatoes, edamame, sesame seeds…… the dish was about $12.00. They have delicious … Continue reading ~ Calii Love in Toronto ~

~ Bread by Ed = BReD ~

Every Thursday morning, between 8 and 11 a.m., I go to Alta Bistro and pick up my Bread by Ed. Sometimes one loaf, sometimes two! It’s so delicious and healthy, and I love the idea of supporting local people making incredible food! Ed Tatton is my hero here….. check him out, here’s an article in our local paper, The Pique. “I wanted to start making my … Continue reading ~ Bread by Ed = BReD ~

~ A Walk in Squamish ~

Last weekend (April 15), it was gorgeously sunny and I had to go to Squamish (a 40 min. drive south from Whistler) for yet another vet appointment for Donner our dog.  She had been spade a couple of weeks prior and her incision was a little too pink and the doctors were concerned and so gave her antibiotics. This was a follow-up appointment, her third … Continue reading ~ A Walk in Squamish ~

~ Raspberry Chocolate Chip Muffins ~

I found this recipe on the back of the bag for Roger’s Oats, and have played around with the ingredients a little to make it my own…. Now, I don’t use dairy, so instead I used almond milk, which worked out fantastic! And instead of butter (any kind), I used apple sauce, in fact, I use apple sauce whenever I bake now, NOT oil or butter! … Continue reading ~ Raspberry Chocolate Chip Muffins ~

~ Creamy Vegetable Curry with Rice ~

This has quickly become a favourite of mine, and my 16 year old son even likes it! So awesome!!  I was given this book, “Oh She Glows“, last Christmas and I have been slowly going through the delicious recipes of Angela’s. It’s a beautiful book and the recipes are so yummy!  Per usual, I have made some changes….. Soak 1/2 cup of raw cashews for … Continue reading ~ Creamy Vegetable Curry with Rice ~

~ A little break at Starbuck’s ~

An hour’s break at Starbuck’s, one of the many Starbuck’s in Whistler. This one is located at the Creekside. I asked the gal if she had any vegan treats, the only one was a multi-grain bagel, which I accepted gratefully, toasted with jam, yum, yum. Then she explained that they did have some vegan chips, apple chips and these “Hippie Snacks“. Coconut clusters with pumpkin … Continue reading ~ A little break at Starbuck’s ~

~ My Morning Oats ~

I love my morning oats, after my slice of toast (with raspberry jam) … I’m usually hungry first thing in the morning, so I eat toast first to get something in my belly…. then start warming up the oats in a pot, usually with water, sometimes with almond milk, sometimes a little of both…. I just let that sit on low while I get other … Continue reading ~ My Morning Oats ~

~ Part II of my ABC Juice! ~

Today, I found out “exactly” what’s in this current favourite juice of mine! 2 1/2 apples, 4 medium beets and 16 medium carrots! (all in one liter) The Magic of Fresh Juice Quite unlike heat-treated and sugary commercial juice, fresh fruit and vegetable juices are full of powerful enzymes, antioxidants and other nutrients that you can feel within minutes of having them. In fact, drinking … Continue reading ~ Part II of my ABC Juice! ~

~ Pineapple Mango Gazpacho ~

gaz·pa·cho a Spanish-style soup made from tomatoes and other vegetables and spices, served cold. I forgot what Gazpacho meant, so checked it out… the following recipe isn’t a soup, but it is a mélange (mixture) of vegys and fruit and it is served cold. Found this Recipe “Pineapple Mango Gazpacho” on “FullyRawKristina” and man, am I glad I found it!! This is seriously so scrumptious, I … Continue reading ~ Pineapple Mango Gazpacho ~