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Web Chef Review: Tiger Nuts Smoothie Mix
Jan07

Web Chef Review: Tiger Nuts Smoothie Mix

Tiger Nuts Smoothie Mix is definitely a must-try product! First off, you’re probably wondering what the heck tiger nuts are…Well, they aren’t nuts at all – they are little tubers, that grow just like potatoes. Tiger nuts are the star of one of the newest trends going in super foods. Not only are tiger nuts non-allergenic to those who cannot eat nuts, they are… The Best Weight Loss Snack You’ve Never...

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Web Chef Review + Giveaway: Vanilla Vegan Pure All-in-One Nutritional Shake
Apr13

Web Chef Review + Giveaway: Vanilla Vegan Pure All-in-One Nutritional Shake

Vanilla Vegan Pure All-in-One Nutritional Shake, not only gives you the vitamins, minerals & protein you need, but it tastes great too! We could all be better fueled with nutritious foods that support our body and its functions, as well as keeping us happy & feeling good… …But sometimes, that’s easier said than done with our hectic lifestyles & lack of time. If you find yourself without a lot of time for...

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Boost Brain Power with 15 Smart Foods
Oct29

Boost Brain Power with 15 Smart Foods

Brain Foods are foods that boost brain power, increase brain function, protect and enhance memory, help to prevent dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, protect the brain from degeneration, and improve focus for longer periods of time. Our brains are powerful, organic machines that control all movement, thought and sensation, while calculating our needs and reacting with super sonic speed. The amount of data stored as images, text...

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Web Chef Review: Ontario Sunchokes at Harvest Barn Country Markets
Oct17

Web Chef Review: Ontario Sunchokes at Harvest Barn Country Markets

I picked up some of these unique, Ontario Sunchokes at Harvest Barn Country Markets in Niagara-on-the-Lake. These strange tubers are called sunchokes, earth apples, sunroots, or Jerusalem artichokes are most often grown organically by small farmers. The sunchokes resemble ginger root but, they are nothing the same. They can be grown throughout Canada and most of the United States. They were originally grown and cultivated by our...

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Web Chef Review: Organic Nutty Sprout Mix by Sprouts for Life
Sep01

Web Chef Review: Organic Nutty Sprout Mix by Sprouts for Life

Organic Nutty Sprout Mix by Sprouts for Life are now available at Harvest Barn Country Markets! These organic sprouts are very nutritious, especially when you top a nice salad with them, or add them to a sandwich in place of lettuce. These are seeds that have begun to grow with little sprout tails that are very delicate and tasty. This particular mix includes wheatberries, sprouting fenugreek, lentils, kamut and adzuki beans. Most...

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Web Chef Review: Ontario Savoy Cabbage at Harvest Barn Country Markets
Aug31

Web Chef Review: Ontario Savoy Cabbage at Harvest Barn Country Markets

Take a look at this beautiful specimen of Ontario Savoy Cabbage from Harvest Barn Country Markets. It is in perfect condition with nice, green, shiny leaves. It’s heavy, crispy, fresh and ready to use. There are no ugly outer leaves with holes in them that need to be discarded. so I can use every bit of this cabbage for my recipes. As usual, I am satisfied that whatever I cook with this cabbage from Harvest Barn Country Market,...

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Web Chef Review: Ontario Blue Potatoes at Harvest Barn Country Markets
Jul19

Web Chef Review: Ontario Blue Potatoes at Harvest Barn Country Markets

Ontario Blue Potatoes are at Harvest Barn Country Markets! Although I have never used blue potatoes, I made a point of getting them at my Harvest Barn Country Market in Niagara-on-the-Lake. I’m excited about using these blue potatoes – perhaps for a potato salad of some kind. They are purplish blue on the outside and the inside is also a gorgeous blue color. I understand that when you cook them, they retain that pretty...

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Web Chef Review: Harvest Barn Local Niagara Rhubarb
May19

Web Chef Review: Harvest Barn Local Niagara Rhubarb

If you love this fruit, you’ll have to pick up some Harvest Barn Country Markets Local Niagara Rhubarb! Aside from the fact that we are able to get the freshest, tastiest rhubarb from our Niagara-on-the-Lake Harvest Barn Country Market, the rhubarb we got there was at its optimum point of ripeness. These bunches were perfect for cooking as in stewed rhubarb, rhubarb pie, rhubarb tarts, rhubarb fritters and we kind of enjoy it...

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How to Use Apple Tea in Your Health & Beauty Regimen
Jun26

How to Use Apple Tea in Your Health & Beauty Regimen

Have you had your apple today? Keeps the doctor away, right? Certainly, we all know that this fruit is one jam-packed with healthy goodness. Also, it is one of the most widely consumed fruits in the world, as it grows well in many climates. From the celebrity to the average person, apples have been benefiting overall health & strengthening of the immune system, as well as for beauty & skin care alike, especially in Apple...

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How to Cook Breakfast: Black Currant Pancakes
Jun20

How to Cook Breakfast: Black Currant Pancakes

Why not kick it up a few notches for breakfast at your house, instead of the old humdrum… This is a simple, quick, tasty and much more exciting version of plain, old pancakes. Not only do these babies have black currants, which can be in dried form and easy to find at your grocer, they also contain chia seeds, which are now easy to find as well. Chia seeds are a good source of protein, dietary fiber, as well as essential...

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How to Cook with Dried Mushrooms for Recipes

Many mushrooms come in dried forms and some exotic mushrooms only come in dried forms in stores. Trumpet, lobster, maitake, morrels, chantrelles, porcini, miscellaneous “field” mushrooms, and truffles all come dried. When you see them in their packages, you might be thinking, “Hmmm…That sounds cool, but how can I use them?” First off, dried mushrooms are great additions to creamy dishes, sauces, pastas,...

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I’ve Heard of Eating Honey, But Bee Pollen?

Bee products are some of thee most healthy things you can eat! Honey is still a sugar, yes, but it is better for you than eating refined sugar, as it has trace amounts of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, not to mention it tastes so much better. Honey is appropriate to cook and bake with, but when it comes to bee pollen, it is not recommended due to the destruction of essential enzymes caused by excessive heat. However, you can...

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