Category: What’s Cooking?
Whether it’s filling up an empty stomach or replenishing your energy after a workout, a nutritious snack is a big help to get your day going. Yet even being very organized, it’s easy to forget to include our snacks on the menu. Here we share with you our best healthy snack suggestions: salty, sweet, easily […]
Carrot is an economical vegetable in addition to being very versatile: it can be enjoyed from starter to dessert and both raw and cooked. It is an excellent source of vitamin A which plays an important role in particular for vision. Carrots are usually sold in large quantities and can be found year round. They […]
March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day, time to celebrate Ireland and its culture! Whether you are the type to wear green clothes and shamrock accessories or the type to relax with a pint of cider or ale, this is your chance to experience warm Irish cuisine. Here you will find our seven best Irish recipes, […]
Energizing and packed with vitamin C, orange is a great winter ally. Its acidic and sweet taste, its bright color and its delicious flavor are perfect to brighten your day. Here are our ten favorite orange recipes to rediscover this wonderful citrus fruit.
Did you know that certain starchy foods like potatoes and pasta can be beneficial to your health by promoting weight loss, improving blood glucose control and lowering cholesterol? Yes, you read it right! But it’s not just any starchy foods, it’s specifically those that contain resistant starch.
The low-FODMAP diet provides relief to long-time sufferers of IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). It consists of a phase of temporary elimination of FODMAP carbohydrates, followed by a phase of reintroduction and a phase of long-term maintenance.
The United Nations is marking 2021 as the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables, spotlighting their vital role in human nutrition and food security, as well as urging efforts to improve sustainable production and reduce waste.
According to “Canada’s Food Price Report 2021” published last December, the average Canadian family of four (2 adults and 2 kids) will pay up to an extra $695 for food this year, as the pandemic and climate change drive up grocery bills to the highest increase ever predicted by an annual food price report. The […]
A high intake in fiber from a variety of sources can help prevent a lot of health issues. However, did you know that the majority of people consume only half of the recommended fiber intake? Read this article to find out how you can optimize your fiber intake!
Fruit compote is basically fruit cooked with a little juice or water which produces a syrupy fruit mixture (the French word compȏte meaning « mixture »). If your fruit is sour, you may add a little sugar, honey or maple syrup. For more flavor, you may add ginger, cinnamon, or another spice. Compote cooks quite quickly, enough […]
When you live alone, it is more rare to cook desserts, because the recipes are often designed for large quantities or they are too long and complex to make. We’ve thought of you and we’ve unearthed our best dessert recipes that can be prepared in small quantities, whether in one or two servings. Delight your […]
At SOSCuisine, helping you save money on your grocery bill is one of our main missions. We already offer you several practical solutions, including our Budget meal plan, our grocery flyers wizard and our grocery price checker. To make your life even easier, we’ve put together a list of must-have meals that allow you to […]