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  • 5 Different Types of Legumes

    5 Different Types of Legumes

    April 9th, 2020

    Legumes are a family of plants whose fruit is a pod (which therefore makes them a vegetable). They pack a heavy punch of vegetable protein. Check out the following handy tips on favas, white beans, chickpeas, lentils and lupinis.

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  • April 13–17, 2020: What to Cook This Week

    April 13–17, 2020: What to Cook This Week

    April 8th, 2020

    For this week’s menu, we’re doing things a bit differently. Instead of suggesting a single recipe for each day of the week, we’re going to share different ingredients and the ways you can use them in a range of meals. That way, you’ll be able to cook for the entire week and not have to leave the house unnecessarily!

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  • Three At-Home Easter Activities with the Kids

    Three At-Home Easter Activities with the Kids

    April 7th, 2020

    This year, Easter will be spent at home with close family only. Brigitte shares her tips on planning fun activities without having to leave the house! All it requires is creativity and heart!

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  • A 100% Vegetarian Easter Brunch

    A 100% Vegetarian Easter Brunch

    April 5th, 2020

    For this year’s at-home Easter feast, why not change up the traditional ham and bean combo for more veggies? If you’re looking to eat less meat, pick up the latest issue of RICARDO (in French only), where you’ll find tonnes of delicious new recipes, as well as tips on how to highlight vegetable-based proteins. Not only are they versatile, but also affordable. A must during these trying times!

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  • April 6-10, 2020: What to Cook this Week

    April 6-10, 2020: What to Cook this Week

    April 2nd, 2020 5 stars (1)

    There’s no need to be a vegetarian to appreciate our weekly meatless menu for a second consecutive week. Given the times we’re currently facing, we’ve ensured that this week’s recipe suggestions are affordable and far from boring!

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  • 5 Amazing Facts About Miso

    5 Amazing Facts About Miso

    April 2nd, 2020

    Most people know miso as a type of soup, but it’s actually a condiment that’s frequently used in Japanese cuisine. Here are 5 amazing facts about it!

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  • Lessons Learned: A Quarantine Story (The End)

    Lessons Learned: A Quarantine Story (The End)

    April 1st, 2020 5 stars (8)

    Our Art Director Caroline is almost done with her post-trip quarantine. After sharing her arrival back into the country and her day-to-day use of social media, she’s now revealing the lessons learned during her weeks confined at home. Enjoy!

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  • 3 Ways to Cook with RICARDO Pulled Pork Cooking Sauce

    3 Ways to Cook with RICARDO Pulled Pork Cooking Sauce

    March 31st, 2020

    Our latest installment of the 1 jar, 3 ways video series explores three easy ways to cook with RICARDO Pulled Pork cooking sauce. This challenge, launched by Ricardo, features a delicious sweet-and-sour blend of tomatoes and spices. This cooking sauce is made from familiar ingredients, is gluten-free and has no artificial flavours or preservatives. Game on!

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  • The 7 Commandments of Tofu

    The 7 Commandments of Tofu

    March 26th, 2020 5 stars (2)

    Tofu: a simple food for some, and a religion for others. Its vegetable protein content and ability to easily soak up surrounding flavours make it a very popular ingredient. Here are the 7 commandments of tofu. They might just turn you into a convert!

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  • March 30 to April 6 2020: What to Cook This Week

    March 30 to April 6 2020: What to Cook This Week

    March 26th, 2020

    How does a break from meat for a few days sound? This week, we’re sharing a few vegetarian meals with you made with ingredients you likely already have on hand and that keep well during this time when we’re confined to home. Here, we focus on vegetables, legumes and quinoa, which add diversity to our meals.

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