The 2019 Canada’s Food Guide recommends eating plant-based proteins more often. Eating plant-based proteins can have a positive effect on your health and the health of the planet. It can also help reduce your grocery bill.
We have designed this cookbook and 12 instructional videos as a resource for understanding the different types of plant-based proteins and how to incorporate them in recipes to make delicious healthy meals and snacks for your family.
Our team has created recipes guaranteed to meet the discerning taste buds of picky preschoolers, meat lovers, and long-time plant-based protein enthusiasts alike!
Le Guide alimentaire canadien 2019 recommande de manger plus souvent des protéines d’origine végétale. Manger des protéines d’origine végétale peut avoir un effet positif sur votre santé et sur la santé de la planète. Cette habitude alimentaire peut également contribuer à réduire votre facture d’épicerie.
Nous avons conçu ce livre de recettes et les 12 vidéos présentant pour vous aidez à comprendre les différents types de protéines d’origine végétale et vous donnez des idées pour les incorporer dans des recettes. Vous pourrez donc préparer de délicieux repas et collations sains pour votre famille!
Notre équipe a créé des recettes qui satisferont les papilles gustatives des enfants d’âge préscolaire difficiles, des amateurs de viande ainsi que des adeptes de longue date des protéines végétales!
For this new recipe book, our focus is preventing food waste, while helping parents and children eat lots of fruits and vegetables. We partnered with our friends at the Guelph Food Waste Research Group, The Helderleigh Foundation, and George Brown College’s Food Innovation and Research Studio (FIRSt) to create this book. Love Food Hate Waste Canada, an initiative of The National Zero Waste Council, has also generously shared their food waste reduction materials to bring this book to life.
Whether foods in your household are discarded because of a busy schedule, a picky eater, or a lack of enthusiasm for leftovers, the recipes and tips in this book are good for your health and your bank account.
This cookbook is focused on healthy, kid-friendly snacking. To support kids’ healthy eating, researchers from the Guelph Family Health Study (GFHS) partnered with the Helderleigh Foundation and George Brown College Food Innovation and Research Studio (FIRSt) to create recipes that help make even the tiniest bites count.
This collection of recipes was created just for kids! Getting your kids into the kitchen early can help you teach them how to choose healthy foods and is a great way to spend quality time together! Research shows that children who are involved in food preparation are more likely to try new foods.
Meal preparation can be especially difficult during the winter when the days are shorter and it’s cold outside. These recipe ideas for make-ahead, big-batch and slow cooker meals will help make meals easier during the long winter months.
One of our goals at the Guelph Family Health Study is to help your family develop healthy eating behaviours, including eating more fruits and vegetables. For this recipe book, we have partnered with Half Your Plate to provide you with tips, tricks and recipes to increase your family’s fruit and vegetable intake.