Top 10: Desserts to Make When Cooking Solo

Jeanne Dumouchel December 4, 2020 , ,

When you live alone, it is more rare to cook desserts, because the recipes are often designed for large quantities or they are too long and complex to make. We’ve thought of you and we’ve unearthed our best dessert recipes that can be prepared in small quantities, whether in one or two servings. Delight your sweet tooth with these simple and tasty desserts!


5 Tips to Help End Constipation While Following a Ketogenic Diet

Jennifer Morzier December 4, 2020 ,

By definition the ketogenic diet is an extremely low net-carbohydrate diet, between 20g and 50g per day. But low-carb also means low-fiber. Fiber is found in carbohydrate-sourced foods such as cereals, legumes, fruits and vegetables. It is well known that fiber is our best ally in preventing constipation, so it’s no surprise that many suffer from constipation when they adopt a ketogenic diet.



TOP 10: Cheap and Easy Meal Ideas

Jeanne Dumouchel November 23, 2020 , , ,

At SOSCuisine, helping you save money on your grocery bill is one of our main missions. We already offer you several practical solutions, including our Budget meal plan, our grocery flyers wizard and our grocery price checker. To make your life even easier, we’ve put together a list of must-have meals that allow you to eat well for less than $ 2 per serving. With these 10 recipes, saving becomes child’s play!


A Real Bargain or a Booby Trap?

Cinzia Cuneo November 23, 2020 ,

To discover good prices, flyers are very useful but … you still have to be vigilant. Radio Canada’s L’Épicerie show has just aired a report on the subject of grocery store discounts in order to help consumers recognize the real bargains amongst the myriad of promotional offers. And for the 8th time in 13 years, they called in our expertise in this field to explain how to separate the truly good deals from the… others.


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Gastrointestinal Disorders and Stress From Confinement

Jennifer Morzier November 23, 2020 ,

Lack of physical activity, poor food choices, stress and anxiety, are all reasons that can lead to suffering from gastrointestinal disorders during this period of pandemic uncertainty.


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