Braving the Burrito Bowl

When I was travelling through Toronto’s Pearson Airport during Reading Week, I came across a food establishment called Smoke’s Burritorie. It specialized in – you guessed it – burritos and burrito bowls. That afternoon, I just happened to be craving the latter, so you can imagine my excitement when I laid eyes on the menu.... Continue Reading →

Healthy Study Snacks

Studying is hard. It’s even harder when you’re distracted by hunger pangs- being forced to ask a stranger to prevent other strangers from stealing your laptop as you run to Tim Horton’s and anxiously wait in a long line to buy some sugary form of sustenance. Needless to say, this is not healthy, convenient, or... Continue Reading →

To Sushi or Not to Sushi

su·shi ˈso͞oSHē/ noun sushi a Japanese dish consisting of small balls or rolls of vinegar-flavored cold cooked rice served with a garnish of raw fish, vegetables, or egg. For the longest time, I could not get past the idea of eating raw fish... it completely grossed me out. But, I also try to live by... Continue Reading →

Homemade Quest Bar Recipes

This post is for all of you fans of protein bars. If you haven’t tried a quest bar before, you are definitely missing out. Homemade quest protein bars are low carb, gluten-free, sugar-free (though some contain artificial sweeteners), and high protein (20 g + per bar).  Each bar is around 200 calories and takes about... Continue Reading →

Starving University Students 

Maybe some of you know, or are, the next Martha Stewart, but I can say personally that cooking for one is no simple task. First of all, it takes a little more time investment to prepare your own food, and there is inevitably dishes to do afterwards. Then there's trying to portion it out so... Continue Reading →

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