Chocolate. We all love chocolate. Chocolate comes in all flavours, shapes, and sizes. One may think that chocolate is a hard no when it comes to maintaining a healthy diet and fitness goals, but to be the bearer of good news — this recipe is ideal for a post-workout snack!
Traditionally, Tabbouleh is made with couscous (a cracked wheat). It is a Levantine vegetarian salad made of mostly finely chopped parsley with tomatoes, mint, onion, bulgur, and seasoned with olive oil and lemon juice. In this variation, we’ll be substituting couscous with quinoa which is a great alternative.
Cravings are a real thing. You wake up in the morning and you wonder how could one simply enjoy a classic breakfast favourite without feeling the guilt? The answers you are looking for are in this recipe, and discover the wonders of buckwheat and flax!
Chickpeas, sometimes known as garbanzo beans, are a good source of protein, carbohydrates, and fiber. They are a great addition to soups, throwing it in a bean salad, mashing them to make some falafel — or like the title of this post, make hummus!
In our honest opinion, Quinoa is the best alternative to its many competitors, especially white rice. The herbaceous annual plant can run circles around rice with its unbeatable benefits. This post is all about how to cook some classic quinoa, and why its one of the world’s most popular health foods!