gaby flores

Whole Foods. Plant Based. Deliciousness.

gaby flores

Whole Foods. Plant Based. Deliciousness.

 

 

“You are what you eat – so don’t be Fast, Cheap, Easy, or Fake”

– Unknown

“You are what you eat – so don’t be Fast, Cheap, Easy, or Fake”

– Unknown

The food I cook or I teach you prepare is more than just delicious. Each ingredient chosen has information and a purpose to heal and enhance your brain, body and soul.
My purpose is to use food to bring people together, to build community, to share stories and conversations in a fun, relaxed, family-style ambience.
My passion is to allow you to experience the magic of turning raw ingredients into mouth-watering healthful whole foods.

What I bring to your table

Planted-based, heart-healthy, whole, real foods – mostly vegan, mostly gluten-free.
The food is as unprocessed and as “close-to-the-earth” as possible, free of dairy, eggs, wheat, GMOs and refined sugars.

Weekly Meals

The ever-changing weekly menus are created to add convenience for you and your family. Your fridge will be stocked with 6 delicious and balanced plant-based dishes for your lunch and dinner. Enough for 2 adults for the whole week!

Classes & Events

I offer an assortment of private and group vegan cooking classes as well as pop-up dinners in Toronto’s east end. Relaxed and casual with a focus on the art of sharing a plant-powered meals with old and new friends.

Private Catering

In home, office, retreat or conference centre, I will make your event spectacularly delicious! I can provide stations, buffets, tapas or full sit down dinners for groups of 15 people or less.

Menu This Week

(Menu is posted every Wednesday night)

Menu for Week of November 27

(Please order by noon on Friday, November 24)

  • Bahn Mi Noodle Bowl  
  • Italian-Style Veggie ‘Meat’ Loaf
  • Tomato Soup
  • Millet Lemon Basil Patties 
  • Roasted Beet and Fennel Salad with Green Beans, Avocado, and Citrus Vinaigrette
  • Potato and Peas Chowder

Menu for Week of November 27

(Please order by noon on Friday, November 24)

  • Bahn Mi Noodle Bowl  
  • Italian-Style Veggie ‘Meat’ Loaf
  • Tomato Soup
  • Millet Lemon Basil Patties 
  • Roasted Beet and Fennel Salad with Green Beans, Avocado, and Citrus Vinaigrette
  • Potato and Peas Chowder

Weekly Scoop

Food For Thought

Joke Of The Week

Tip Of The Week

How to Help Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) with Diet

How to Help Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) with Diet

The trees are bare, the air is chilled and the sun seems to only be working part-time. You wake up and it’s dark. You leave work and it’s dark. It feels like it’s always dark and for many people, their moods darken as well. It may be harder to concentrate on work or school. Nothing feels fun anymore. The cravings for sweets and starches are making your waistline depressed as well. If you begin to feel similar changes as winter comes on, you are not alone. The good news is that there are ways you can help yourself to deal with this seasonal condition and diet is one of them.

Read more here

A life and love of food

Gabriela Flores is a culinary nutrition expert, health coach, and a wellness enthusiast. She’s the co-founder and kitchen goddess at Bliss B4 Laundry: Inspirational Events for Mind, Body, and Soul. She’s made it a mission to find ways to transform the human body from deprivation to abundance. Her passion is food: to get in the kitchen and experiment with new ingredients to make them delicious, nourishing and extract their power to heal
Memories of food have helped shape the passionate foodie Gaby is today. To read more stories, check out the blog.

Happy Customers

I have literally looked forward to every meal time this week, thanks so you. I can’t tell you what a difference it is to have delicious and nutritious food during this crazy and sleep-deprived time!  Kathleen

Toronto

Grocery shopping can be tough when you’re cooking for one person – I either end up eating the same thing every day, or if I do get a variety of veggies, most go bad before I eat them. With Gaby I get both variety and healthy options. It’s actually way more cost effective than cooking for myself! Not to mention the time it saves! Sarah

Toronto

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