Category: What’s Cooking?
Vitamins are essential nutrients to keep us healthy. While it’s important to get them all year round, it’s more important in the winter season because the body experiences more stress during this period which hence makes it more susceptible to colds, flu, and other health problems. Luckily winter is also cabbage season. Do you think […]
What are the topics that interested you the most on our blog in 2021? Digestive health has certainly been at the heart of your concerns, and with good reason! As the year draws to a close, here is our list of the 10 most popular blog posts of 2021.
You need to prepare a good meal in a breeze? It’s possible. And we are not talking about canned food recipes or warming up some previously prepared food. The secret to put real food on the table in no time is cooking smart with flavour-packed recipes that do the thinking for you. Here’s our selection of […]
Did you know that our team brings together members from many different countries? As we have subscribers all around the world, having diversity within our team is essential. This week, please meet Antonella, our nutritionist located in Italy.
Bell peppers are available year-round, but they’re at their best in late summer, when they’re more likely to come from a local farm! Delicious and versatile, they beautifully color our dishes, whether they are eaten raw or cooked, grilled or roasted. To make the most of them, here are ten succulent recipes with brightly colored […]
Many of you have been curious to learn more about the SOSCuisine technical team. Behind the website, recipes, newsletter and professional services, there is a multitude of talent and expertise to inspire you and help you to eat better. This week, we to introduce to you Selma, an IT developer at SOSCuisine.
Reliability of content and much more We all know that the quality of the information on the Internet is unreliable. It contains the best and the worst, which requires discernment on the part of the user to choose the online resources and services they consult, and which should lean towards those who have a very […]
Many of you have been curious to learn more about the SOSCuisine team. Behind the website, recipes, newsletter and professional services, there is a multitude of talent and expertise to inspire you and help you to eat better. This week we introduce to you Olimpia, one of our most talented photographers.
The first thing that comes to mind when you think of “American cuisine” are classics like burgers, hot dogs, fried chicken, and pancakes. However American cuisine is quite diverse, having being influenced by the influx of immigrants from many different nations and the variety of climate and soils. On July 4, Independence Day in the […]
Abdominal meteorism, an increase in the volume of the abdomen due to the accumulation of intestinal gas, is one of the most common symptoms of troubled digestive function and can affect almost one in every two people. The causes can be numerous, sometimes it can be a symptom of a more or less serious disease, […]
There are plenty of good reasons to eat local foods. We are reducing our ecological footprint and encouraging the local economy while enjoying the freshness of local food. It’s also a great way to celebrate our culinary and agricultural culture. Here are ten recipes to revisit our classics and rediscover our delicious Canadian produce.