Food

Whole foods are wonderful, they are nourishing and vital for a healthy life. Learn about the history, growling practices and nutritional value of delicious foods.

Cabbage

By Kenko
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In Superfoods
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Updated March 5, 2018
Cabbage  is a flowering, four-petaled vegetable, part of the cruciferous and brassica family of plants. Most cruciferous vegetables are in the cabbage family, varieties taking the appearance of a head, whereas other only have areal leaves such as Kale (which is a type of cabbage) (Loguidice, C.T., Markman, M., Lammersfeld, C., 2013) (Higdon, J., 2007). […]

Spirulina

By Kenko
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Updated February 12, 2018

The United Nations named Spirulina the “food of the future’ in 1974, though I feel it has gone a long way in terms of global recognition as a functional food it still has not reached its f

Tarragon – The King of Herbs

By Kenko
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In Herbs and Spices
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Updated September 11, 2017
Tarragon is the loveliest addition to a cream sauce. That is what I was hooked on making for the longest time, a bit of cream, tarragon, lion’s mane, some free run chicken and a sprinkling of pepper, salt and Parmigiano Reggiano. When I first used it I was a little frightened, odd to say so […]
Sea Bass, tuna, swordfish and halibut, for the most part, all have a very similar fishing management plan. However, when looking into population sizes, fishing rates, habitat impacts and bycatch, halibut would be the most appropriate to recommend serving for dinner (Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 2011). Because halibut is such a valuable and profitable fish […]

Maca – Andes Superfood

By Kenko
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In Superfoods
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Updated June 10, 2017
Have you ever felt overwhelmed after a visit to your doctor, naturopath or nutritionist? There are tons of great supplements to take, but one can’t take them all at the same time. Heck!! sometimes it’s not even a problem of taking them as it is one of remembering them in the first place. Substituting supplements […]
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