Why are Low FODMAP flours so healthy and beneficial?

The Low FODMAP diet was designed to relieve symptoms related to IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) or IBD (irritable bowel disease). This diet aims to restrict the intake of fermentable carbohydrates. Because these types of carbs are non-digestible, they are fermented… Lire la suite

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Ginger is a little spicy…and good for you!

Ginger is said to have more than 1000 benefits! This illustrious plant deserves to be studied in order to enjoy its many uses. Perennial plant with tubercles, the root of ginger appears in the form of a characteristically twisted rhizome…. Lire la suite

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Lemons, the sunny fruit of everyday life

Lemon goes well with many tasty dishes, brings character, a touch of acidity and even awakens other flavors. From lemons we get refreshing lemonade. Lemon spices up delicate fish, goes well with exotic dishes and features in delicious tangy desserts,… Lire la suite

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Cœliaque Quebec’s Coup de Coeur

Cuisine l´Angélique is proud to support Cœliaque Québec and its community. Cuisine L’Angélique supports the celiac community by allocating a portion of its profits to the Cœliaque Quebec association. This contribution makes it possible to co-finance the awareness and representation… Lire la suite

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The avocado, master of gastronomy in many countries

Tasty and versatile, avocados come in about ten varieties, of which Hass is the most popular. Originally from Mexico, the term “avocado” comes from the Spanish aguacate, derived from the Nahuatl word Ahuacatl which designates a testicle, given the similarity… Lire la suite

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Cranberries, the tiny fruit of great strength

This little, acidic fruit, ever-present in our favorite festive dishes, can also bring health benefits. What are the health benefits of cranberries? Medical benefits Source of vitamins C, B5, K, E, manganese and copper, cranberries also contain high amounts of… Lire la suite

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Onions are tearfully good!

We all suspected onions were good for us. Not only do they go in nearly every dish we make, they are a universal flavoring that contributes to our health. An ally in fighting infections Onions, garlic, green onions…the whole alliaceous… Lire la suite

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The surprising eggplant!

Eggplant, often overlooked in cooking, is nevertheless a very interesting vegetable from a nutritional point of view. Mashed, fried, stuffed, in curries, moussakas, ratatouille, gratins or grilled on the barbecue, this vegetable with a soft texture and light taste goes… Lire la suite

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Fleur de Sel, table salt, gray salt: a quick guide to the world of culinary salts

Although it is recommended to minimise our salt intake to protect cardiovascular health, sodium is an essential mineral. As we naturally eliminate sodium through sweat, tears or urine, we need to consume a minimum of five grams per day. The… Lire la suite

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Guide to replacing sugar with maple syrup or maple sugar

Do you want to replace white sugar with maple sugar or maple syrup in your baking recipes? We have put together a conversion table that you can easily use. Conversion table for replacing sugar with maple sugar or maple syrup… Lire la suite

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