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    One thing that is undeniable during this lockdown is how much we are eating. There is even a cute new term for how “fluffy” many of us are getting amidst the Netflix binging … and other types of binging, they call it “Pandemic Pounds”.

    COVID-19 is forcing many of us to be realistic about how readily available our foods might be, and how we can all become a little more self-sufficient. Starting your own vegetable garden is a great way to cut down on your grocery bill.

    24 year old Ola-Dotun Olorunisola craved the taste of African cuisine after arriving in Toronto four years ago to study business management at Humber College.

    Have you ever dreamed about growing your own vegetable garden or even just eating a plant-based diet? It's a vision that urban farmer, author, and plant-based coach Joe G. Thomas has made a reality today.

    Before the bubbly and off key singing of auld lang syne at midnight, there is the warm up cocktail.

    This week, our adventure took us to Gushi for some serious Japanese fusion.

    We had a friend from out of town come and visit us recently. Obviously, being a good Torontonian and a good host, we decided to take our guest on a tour of Toronto nightlife.

    We found Maizal after watching a game of rugby at Lamport Stadium. Walking into Maizal, you are greeted with a beautiful mural that is an homage to creating tortillas.

    We are tired of being polite, it's time we just said it. Toronto is a world leader in food and culinary arts.

    The last time we traveled to Jamaica, we needed a vacation after the vacation! Thanksgiving was coming around and although I was tired,  the foodie in me (also the fact that I come from a family that always celebrates holidays with a special meal) couldn’t let Thanksgiving go by without preparing something spectacular. 

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