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Roasted Balsamic Brussels Sprouts and Butternut Squash

 We love Brussels sprouts, but we totally get it when people say they don’t like them. That’s probably because their Mom or Grandma overcooked them to the point of mush, didn’t season them at all, and then made a spot on their plate for these disgusting balls giving off the repulsive smell of sulphur... But we believe that you can make ANY vegetable taste good, so long as you prepare it properly! Add some life to your vegetables by adding some salt, fat, acid, some Nourished By Heirloom culinary seasoning(s) and BOOM you’ve got a delicious, flavourful and nutrient dense side dish. This recipe is perfect to serve as a side dish on any day of the week but especially...

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Nourishing Red Lentil Dahl

Curry is one of our favourite meals to enjoy during the colder months.  We especially love making plant based curries to cut down on the steadily increasing food costs of meat nowadays. Lentils are such a beautiful little legume. They are high in fibre and plant based protein, and contain minerals such as potassium and folate, which contribute to a healthy heart. They are also a source of iron and B vitamins! This easy and delicious recipe features our Curry seasoning, and nourishing broth from our friends at High Vibe Health. High Vibe Health is a small business in Calgary that is absolutely killin it in the nourishment sector. They create the ONLY certified organic bone broths in Alberta. These...

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Curried Chicken Naanwich with Mango Cucumber Salsa

To be honest, any meal that involves curry or naan, is a meal that we at Nourished By Heirloom headquarters could eat every single day. We know that you will absolutely love these curried chicken naanwiches and you might just want to eat them every day too! Recipe note: Substitute corn tortillas to turn these into gluten free tacosTotal time: 25 minutesServes: 3 Ingredients: for the curried chicken: 1 tbsp avocado oil 1 lb boneless, skinless, chicken breasts cut into ½ inch cubes 2 ½ tbsp coconut milk 1 tbsp Curry culinary seasoning ⅛ tsp of sea salt for the mango cucumber salsa: 1 cup mango, small diced ⅔ cup cucumber, small diced 3 tbsp red onion, small diced 2...

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