I have a major crush on kale. I don’t know if it is due to its perfect ANDI  score, its curly good looks, or its ability to beat cancer cells in a fight, but it keeps me daydreaming about my after work snack all day long. I love it in smoothies, salads, soups, but most […]

My partner in crime is a kick-ass project manager for reVISION Custom Home Renovations. He managed this unbelievable outdoor kitchen that has been winning awards left, right, and center. Last month, it was showcased in the GVBHA’s Parade of Renovated Homes. To spice up the showing, reVISION brought along the My Edible Advice Crew to grill […]

Chia is an edible seed that comes from the desert plant Salvia hispanica, a member of the mint family that grows abundantly in southern Mexico. You may have seen chia sprouts growing on the novelty planters called Chia Pets, but historically, the seeds have been the most important part of the plant. In pre-Columbian times they […]

Photograph by Whitney Krutzfeldt Photography  www.wckphotography.com  My baby sister, Lu, is the mastermind behind this gem. It is so delicious you are going to want to thank her: @ltrecartin. SERVES 4 as a Side Dish Ingredients: SALAD 1 English cucumber, skin removed if desired (if organic, leave skin on for extra nutrients) 1 carrot, grated […]

Happy Thanksgiving to all of our American pals! I didn’t grow up eating pecan pie but, I love pecans and I love pie so I thought why not give it a go. After all, it is our neighbour’s harvest holiday, so clearly I should be celebrating by eating a traditional dessert. This recipe is very […]

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