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Healthy Homemade Ice Cream Bars

These healthy homemade ice cream bars are made with just 5 simple ingredients and are completely dairy-free! They make the perfect summer treat to keep in the freezer. Ice Cream Bar Variations Caramel – try drizzling a homemade caramel before dunking…

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Asparagus Stem Pesto

It’s Spring which means it’s Asparagus season. If you are always throwing out your asparagus stems, save this food waste hack. By boiling and blending your asparagus stems, you can make a delicious spring asparagus stem pesto! Zero-Waste Asparagus Pesto…

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GMOs – Are they really that bad?

Genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, have been a topic of controversy for many years. So what’s the deal with GMOs? Are they really that bad? We’ll take a closer look at the scientific evidence surrounding the safety of GMOs, as…

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sustainable meat

Sustainable Meat at Blush Lane

Statistically speaking, we are all aware that eating meat has a larger impact on our environment than eating plant-based, when it comes to land use, water use, and greenhouse gas emissions. At Blush Lane, we are big advocates for choosing…

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Feel safe about your snacks

Common ingredients hiding in children’s snack food you won’t find at Blush Lane As parents, we want nothing but the best for our families, especially when it comes to their health and nutrition. Choosing the right snacks can be a challenge…

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Homemade Maple Syrup Taffy

Have some family day fun, by making your own maple syrup taffy! Use fresh snow or blend up some ice for a delicious and festive winter treat! Ingredients: Maple Syrup (2 Tbsp per serving) Fresh snow or crushed ice Popsicle…

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Immunity foods

5 Fall Foods to Help Build Immune Support

Fall is officially here, and winter won’t be far behind! Fall brings many seasonal favourites like warm comfort meals, pumpkin spice and cozy sweaters, but it also signals the start of flu and cold season and cooler temperatures are known to be associated with an increase in these infections. Some of us have headed back to school or work by now (however that might look this year) but even with continued social and physical distancing…

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