Amy Marker

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Name: Amy Marker
Date registered: February 18, 2015

Latest posts

  1. Quinoa Pilaf — February 13, 2015
  2. Vegan Salad Dressing — February 8, 2015
  3. Wild Rose Cleanse Review — February 7, 2015
  4. Product Review Better Bean Company — February 6, 2015
  5. Simple Kale Salad — February 1, 2015

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Feb 13

Quinoa Pilaf

It’s becoming harder for Vancouverites to break bread together considering that many of us don’t eat bread anymore. Our appetites are hindered by many dietary restrictions such as gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, sugar free, low fat, low carb, local, sustainable, raw, macrobiotic, soy free and pescatarian. No matter what the reason for the dietary restriction, …

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Feb 08

Vegan Salad Dressing

It is definitely that time of year when you can’t go the day without hearing that someone is on a diet, cleanse or lifestyle change. I’m not unlike everyone else. Although it was already a lifestyle for me, I just fell off track over the holidays. So, I’m back in the kitchen preparing all sorts …

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Feb 07

Wild Rose Cleanse Review

The Wild Rose Cleanse was formulated by Dr. Terry Wilard, a fellow Canadian. It is a 12 day detox solution to help you feel energetic, clear skin and boost your immune system (and maybe lose a couple pounds in the process). The program is made up of some supplements and a diet to follow for …

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Feb 06

Product Review Better Bean Company

The last set of samples that I received for my EAT! Vancouver series was from my new friends atThe Better Bean Company. The lovely folks at The Better Bean Company provide us with refrigerated, ready to eat, delicious beans.  They want to add convenience to beans without having to sacrifice flavour and nutrition. As a …

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Feb 01

Simple Kale Salad

I love salad! I’m vegan so obviously right? J I like to have a salad every day for lunch as it’s a great way to get in a ton of veggies. This salad is my go-to recipe for potlucks, side salads or the base of a meal sized salad. The tartness of the lemon and …

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