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From the grocery list to meal preparation

What to buy and cook during confinement?

Prevent food waste!

Cooking and grocery shopping during the confinement period

What are the best choices?

  • SUPPORT THE LOCAL ECONOMY

    Support the local economy by selecting Ontario and Canadian foods.
  • Prevent food waste

    Designate a spot in your fridge or pantry as a “use it first” shelf and reuse what is usually considered food waste such as leek, shallot and lettuce roots. These easily grow back!
  • Cook parts of vegetables that usually go to waste

    Make homemade pesto by using celery leaves instead of basil or turn carrot peels into chips.

Healthy eating in confinement: Spotlight on legumes!

Excellent source of protein and fibre, legumes are easy to prepare and inexpensive.
Here are a few recipe ideas to make them stand out.

Recipes for using your pasta

Homemade or store-bought pasta is a pantry staple and is easy to make into salads, gratins and soups. It can also be enjoyed with a variety of sauces, fresh herbs, seasonings or other ingredients.

Recipes with root vegetables: potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots...

Other than canned or frozen foods, root vegetables have the longest shelf life. Here are a few ideas for preparing them without ever getting bored in the kitchen and with a minimum of ingredients. And don't hesitate to purchase local products to support the local economy!

Cooking leftovers: cereal-based recipes for emptying the fridge

Use up your cereal supplies by tossing them into a salad, frying them or preparing them like a risotto. An ideal option for empty-your-fridge recipes and to avoid food waste!

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Under Ontario law, you must be 19 years of age or over to purchase alcohol products. In submitting your order, you are representing yourself as being of legal drinking age in Ontario. In accordance with AGCO regulations, valid government photo ID will be requested upon pickup. If you are unable to verify your age by presenting valid identification at the time of pickup, all alcohol ordered will be removed from your order.