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.
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 […]
Eating well while living alone can be a challenge. First you have to find the motivation to cook for yourself, then you have to know how to add enough variety so you are not eating the same thing all week. Don’t worry: We’re going to give you our best tips for cooking quickly and efficiently […]
Kosher foods, that is, foods that are “suitable” or “clean” are those that conform to the Jewish dietary regulations of kashrut. They are often very complicated, primarily referring to foods of animal origin that are allowed as long as the animal has been killed according to a particular ritual. Certain products of vegetal origin, such […]
Chewing on your first berry is a sign that summer is finally here! Strawberries, raspberries, cherries and blueberries are a real summer treat. It is also a good opportunity to encourage local producers! Here are 10 recipes with berries to celebrate the season in full swing.
Nuts have several health benefits because they contain essential fats. To help you eat nuts more frequently we have prepared our TOP 10 list, which includes recipes featuring almonds, walnuts, and cashews, but also peanuts, which are not nuts but legumes, and recipes with seeds for people that are allergic to nuts. Here are 10 […]
Seitan is a plant food, made from wheat protein (gluten), invented, it seems, about a thousand years ago by Buddhist monks who wanted to follow a vegetarian diet, and which then spread throughout Asia. The term “seitan” is much more modern, as it was introduced by Georges Ohsawa (1893-1966), the founder of macrobiotic cuisine. In […]
Out of habit, we tend to always buy the same rice variety. However, there are several varieties of rice other than brown or white with different tastes and nutritional values. Here are some types of rice to add to your plate.
Have you ever heard of jicama? It is a root vegetable native to Central America, and especially from Mexico, whose name is derived from the Aztec word xicamatl meaning “that which has taste”. It looks like a turnip or a round potato but a little bit flattened, like a top. Its flesh is juicy, crunchy […]
The low-FODMAP diet can be challenging, especially at the beginning, because of its many restrictions. However it is possible to eat well, make great culinary discoveries and even indulge in yummy desserts. Here are our best low-FODMAP dessert recipes that have been dietitian reviewed and specifically designed to be enjoyed without pain.
For those unfamiliar with the term, halal is food that is prepared according to Muslim law. Much like kosher food, halal follows strict guidelines for the preparation of meat. For that reason, vegetables are a big part of a halal diet. Try our best halal recipes.