COVID19 Stay At Home Cooking #recipes #covid19

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Useful links to recipes great for 'Stay At home' COVID-19 Quarantine days

More news of countries closing borders and companies sending home their employees. We felt virtually not much disruption because I've been working 100% remotely for about 7 years. I realised that we have benefited from working remotely. Critics have challenged this notion for years, claiming that a remote work and stay at home cooking cannot be easy, and nutritious. Yet on Deelish Recipes, I would like to create the living proof that this is possible, even you can have a repertoire of recipes to make meal planning creative and enjoyable during these trying times.

Most importantly we want to give easy retrievals of good recipes that does not compromise your health by providing a lot of choices and varieties. We are sharing here what kind of ingredients that can be great to make a meal that is not compromising your health and nutrition. So you don't need to stockpile your grocery, a great resource all at one stop! Now that many countries have received the order to close schools as well, children growing up and stay at home due to social distancing measures also reinforce this idea:

Keto, Low-carbPeas, corn, beans, lentils and quinoa are relatively high in carbs, and so are not good options on a keto low-carb diet. 


Peas are Great Substitutes for Beans.
Soy is a great substitute to use instead of beans, especially for vegetarians.

Beans
-Recipe Library
http://ontariobeans.on.ca/recipe-library/


Chicken
Recipes


What we eat is one of the most powerful drivers behind most of the world's major environmental issues, whether it's climate change or biodiversity loss. Check out this Climate Change food calculator to learn more about your choices and your impact:

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