Colourful, global-flavour recipes treat food as medicine in the most mouth-watering way.
Summer is the season for fresh, light fare. What better way to bring that to the table than with light dishes that are high in nutrients and able to satisfy the desire for transparency and sustainability?
Help people eat for good, with meals that taste great and promote better health. It doesn’t take bulky, filling food to do the trick. Snacks, grab-and-go treats, fizzy drinks and fresh fruits and vegetables combine for craveable options perfect for summer enjoyment.
These six recipes that rely on such ingredients as ancient grains, nuts, fruits, vegetables and proteins that promote health and build healthy communities.
Berries, bananas, oats and more are prepared with vanilla almond milk for a sweet, colourful and hearty meal that’s as filling as it is healthy.
A muesli mix combined with vanilla Greek yogurt, vanilla almond milk, a Granny Smith apple and raspberry preserves is refrigerated overnight for a grab-and-go breakfast.
Sustainable Alaskan salmon is mixed with Boston Bibb and Romaine lettuce, then speckled with colour and flavour from red onion, radishes and avocado. Top with a creamy miso dressing and serve with toasted French bread.
Pour passion fruit and mango tea on top of muddled berries and mint, then top with a splash of club soda for a summer mocktail filled with flavour.
Top beet chorizo with stunning layers of vegetable pave for a dish too beautiful to eat, but too delicious to resist. It’s served cold on a bed of watercress with green goddess dressing.